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Two BiG live shows tomorrow 12/10 at New People Cinema in San Francisco for the AHiTH Filmfest.

Bride of Shadow Zombie

Director Jorge Torres-Torres will be in the house

Friday, December 10, 2021 6:30 PM PST New People Cinema

Fact and fiction intertwine in this "empathy-horror" tale set deep in Cajun country with a cast entirely composed of friends that grew up together in the 90's (as seen in their home videos) and are now in their late forties. It all centers around Kim who recently had a heart attack soon after his father passed. His hometown of Crowley begins to close in on him until a light of hope suddenly shines his way when he stumbles into a long, lost friend, Dain, who had left their forsaken hometown decades earlier. Escaping his own demons, Dain immediately rekindles his brotherhood with Kim and both become eager to relive their teenage years by booking their band's 26th anniversary reunion show (during a pandemic!). As Kim struggles to contain his turbulent past and all of life's demons, a spectral storm of love and death is approaching...


The Last Frankenstein

Friday, December 10, 2021 9:00 PM PST New People Cinema

Buried in a dormant life and a dead end relationship, Dr. Jason Frankenstein--the last of his family--is frustrated to find himself approaching mid-life while having shown little progress towards advancing his family's experiment. But after a creature from his past brutally re-enters his life, he is catalyzed to finally complete his work. With the help of a pair of drug dealing paramedics and a nurse with a shady past, he sets down the blood-soaked path to create a living being from the bodies of the dead.

The 18th edition of the festival, brought to viewers by the wonderfully twisted geniuses of the S.F. Independent Film Festival, will present over 25 feature films and over 200 short films from December 1-15, 2021 to sick and twisted audiences both live and online. Selected live in-person screenings will be held at SF Japantown’s famed New People Cinema (1746 Post, SF) starting December 3, 2021. Admission to these shows is $15 apiece, and viewers must wear masks and have legitimate proof of vaccination ready. As no food or drink will be allowed in the theater, viewers who might have trouble keeping their mask on for the whole of the screening should probably stick to watching AHITH offerings via video on demand.

Online choices are either on-demand via Eventive or via live Zoom chats beginning December 1, 2021. The latter option allows viewers to interact in real time with audience members and even filmmakers. Individual on-demand tickets are $10 apiece, while the Zoom chats are $7 apiece.



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