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Portland Horror Film Festival 2024


PNW Premiere of THE INVISIBLE RAPTOR, a hilarious and extremely bloody homage to classics like Jurassic Park and ET, starring Sean Astin and Mike Capes. Plus horror shorts that are funny, horrifying, gory, and spooky, to start off the fun!

Part of the 9th Annual Portland Horror Film Festival™ taking place June 5-9th, screening in-person at the Hollywood Theatre and The Clinton Street Theater. With over 65 short and feature films from 16 countries, including films by women, BIPOC, and queer directors, this is a diverse and inclusive lineup of the best independent horror films. Films are different at each show. Be sure to get a full festival pass if you want to see everything!

Go HERE to get the Full Festival pass including Sat/Sun shows at the Clinton Street Theater! (link to the full festival pass item)

For the complete schedule and film information visit the festival website

Short Films
Don’t miss this satisfying array of short horror films from all over the world! It’s a tasty spread of spooks and scares on the big screen! Q&A with attending filmmakers follows.

Feature: The Invisible Raptor (US) - Pacific NW Premiere
This riff on summer blockbusters brings the nostalgia, the laughs, and the blood! (can’t forget the blood!) The Tyler Corporation finally figured out how to genetically engineer a raptor, but they didn’t stop there… They also made it invisible! Unfortunately for them, he’s a really smart invisible raptor and he’s thirsty for blood. Directed by Mike Hermosa, starring Sean Astin, Mike Capes, David Shackelford, Caitlin McHugh Stamos, Sandy Martin, Bobby Gilchrist, Richard Riehle, JJ Nolan, Grace Demarco, David Theune. Followed by Q&A with writers/producers Mike Capes and Johnny Wickham.

This ticket is for the IN Theater screening only.

*This is a horror film festival. While the films are unrated, some are the equivalent of an R rating and may include violence, sexuality, nudity, and gore. Minors should be accompanied by an adult.
Genre: Horror
Format: DCP

In general, the Hollywood Theatre does not provide content advisories about the subject matter shown in our theatre. Films exhibited don’t necessarily reflect the views of the Hollywood Theatre. Information about content and age-appropriateness for specific films can be found on Common Sense Media and