|Opening Remarks||Master of Ceremony||12:55|
|Psycho Killer Bloodbath||Carlo Rodrigues||13:00|
|Splatterfest Presents: Castle of the Damned||Kerry Beyer||14:35|
|Splatterfest Presents: Spill Your Guts||Jess Orz||14:40|
|Splatterfest Presents: The Cruel Messenger||Mark Baird||14:46|
|Splatterfest Presents: Big Fat Mother Trucker||Steven Katz||14:53|
|Splatterfest Presents: Persistence of Vision||Wayne Slaten||15:04|
|Splatterfest Presents: The Code||Mark Blitch||15:12|
|Doll Boy||Bloody Bill||15:18|
|X Marks The Spot||Travis Legge||16:09|
|Propery Lines||Shawn Ewert||16:17|
|The Devil’s Toy||Alex Lugones||16:35|
|The Tell Tale Heart||Bart Mastronardi||16:43|
|Hazeland’s Backstabber||Justin Powers & Abel Berry||17:30|
|Closing Remarks||Master of Ceremony||19:00|
|After Party at the Texas Theatre Bar||All||19:10|
|Opening Remarks||Master of Ceremony||12:45|
|David F. Friedman Moment||Andrew Rose & James Young||12:50|
|The Death Rattle||Jaime Moreno||13:00|
|Splatterfest Presents: Graveyard Shift||Wes Sutton||14:10|
|Splatterfest Presents: Princess||Chuck Norfolk||14:18|
|Splatterfest Presents: ‘Til The Day I Die||14:25|
|Splatterfest Presents: Hitch Hiker’s Lucky Day||Mike Holt||14:33|
|Splatterfest Presents: Inbalanced||Michael Darling||14:39|
|My Undeadly||Dave Redy||15:01|
|The Hunt||Wade K Savage||15:05|
|The Razorblade Dolls’ They Kill||Abel Berry||17:30|
|Awards and Closing Remarks||Andrew Rose & Judges||17:35|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DOA Blood Bath Entertainment is proud to announce the following films have been selected to screen as part of Blood Bath 3 Film Festival on November 5th and 6th, 2011 at The Texas Theatre located at 231 W. Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, Tx.
Annotated directed by Joe Lopez
X Marks the Spot directed by Travis Legge
Doll Boy directed by Billy Pon
Divination directed by J.T. Seaton
The Devil’s Toy directed by Alex Lugones
The Tell Tale Hart directed by Bart Mastronardi
Ladyfingers directed by Cliff Holverson
My Undeadly directed by Dave Reda
The Hunt directed by Wade K Savage
Bianca directed by Tom Steeber
Red directed by Maude Michaud
Skew directed by Seve Schelenz
Pyscho Killer Bloodbath directed by Carlo Rodriguez
The Death Rattle Jaime Moreno
Property Lines directed by Shawn Ewert
#12 directed by Erik Bauer
Alistair directed by Aaron Cartwright
Castle of the Damned directed by Kerry Beyer
THE SPLATTERFEST TOP TEN:
The Code directed by Mark Blitch
Persistence of Vision
Big Fat Mothertrucker
‘Til The Day I Die
Hitch Hiker’s Lucky Day
The Cruel Messenger
Spill Your Guts
Congratulations to all of these filmmakers!
The official hotel of Blood Bath 3 is the Belmont Hotel in Dallas. for phone number and address.
Mention BB3 or “Blood Bath 3″ for discounted rates.
Tickets will be sold the weekend of the festival at the box office of the Texas Theatre.
More information and schedule to be posted in the coming days here.
Andrew & Dione Rose
Kevin Tenney will be present for this screening and be available a live question and answer session afterwards hosted by DOA Blood Bath Entertainment. He will be available before and after the film for photos and autographs as well.
Advance tickets will be on sale at The Texas Tickets events page in October.
On the night of Halloween, 10 teens decide to go to a party at an abandoned funeral parlor. “Hull House”, rumored to be built on an evil patch of land & underground stream, is the place. While starting the party, the teens gather around a big mirror to perform a seance…BIG MISTAKE. They awaken some evil force and find themselves trapped and taken over one by one. Now it’s a battle for who can survive and cross over the stream before going to hell….
We are proud to select the following films for the Unnamable Blood Bath Film Festival on 20 August 2011 at The Texas Theatre.
The Unnamable Blood Bath Film Festival is a celebration of HP Lovecraft on his birthday at The Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff, Texas (231 W. Jefferson Blvd., Dallas, Tx).
Aaron Vanek’s “Return to Innsmouth”, “Call of Tutu”, and “My Necromicon”
Brian Clement’s “At the Reefers of Madness”
Joe Lopez’s “Annotated”
Huan Vu’s “Die Farbe”
John Johnson’s “The Lovecraft Chronicles Volume 1″ consisting of short films “Juggernaut”, “Dumas”, and “Leviathon”
In order that Andrew Rose can participate in the Pineapple Classic 5K obstacle race to raise funds for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society we are moving Blood Bath 3: The Film Festival to 11/5 and 11/6, the weekend following Halloween. Consider it the “Halloween Wrap Party” for this year!
It will still be held at the same great Texas Theatre!
Tonight, in association with Right Left Turn Productions, we are proud to announce the following films have been selected to screen as part of the Fears for Queers 2 LGBT Horror Film Festival on Saturday, June 25th, 2011 at The Texas Theatre:
George’s Intervention from JT Seaton
Cupcake from Rebecca Thomson
metsastysmaa from Nalle Mielonen
I Was a Tranny Werewolf from Lola Rocknrolla
Bite Marks from Mark Bessenger
Congratulations to JT, Rebecca, Nalle, Lola, and Mark for their official selection.
The Fears For Queers 2 LGBT Film Festival, first held in 2010, will showcase a selection of independent feature and short horror films that have been written and/or directed by LBGT filmmakers and/or of gay interest. The festival will be held on June 25th, 2011 at the historic Texas Theatre in Dallas, Texas.
Half of all ticket sales will be donated to Youth First Texas. Youth First Texas is the only non-profit organization in Dallas exclusively committed to providing social services, education opportunities, recreational activities and leadership development to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Youth through age 22. More information about YFT can be found at http://www.youthfirsttexas.org.
From B.S. Entertainment Films NIGHT OF THE PEEPS. Yes, the Peeps are back.
Starring Abel Berry, Jennifer Stone, Justin Powers, and Andrew Rose
Written and Directed by Abel Berry
Edited by Abel Berry
V/FX by Abel Berry
Shot by Justin Powers
This video was shot on a Canon EOS 5D Mark II, edited with iMovie, and V/FX were created with Adobe After Effects CS5 on a MacBook Pro.
Here at DOA Blood Bath Entertainment when we aren’t producing film festivals we are producing films with our friends over at BS Entertainment Films.
You can call in and ask them questions, talk about your favorite cult cinema, and join in the discussion.
Brought to you by DOA Blood Bath Entertainment and WildSideCinema.com.
Here at DOA Blood Bath Entertainment we believe in promoting the heck out of our friends and those who support us and our festivals.
Joe Garcia, Fast Custom Shirts, is one of those friends who supports us in many, many ways. He does all of our graphics design for our event t-shirts, prints those shirts, handles all online orders and shipping for those shirts, and brings a fat stock of them to each event to sell. And then he goes one step further and hits the internet forums and blogs and other fests and cons to promote our events.
Therefore, I’m going to help him grow his Facebook marketing presence. Click on the image above and you’ll be taken to his Facebook Business page. You must be a Facebook user, so if you are and you don’t currently “Like” Fast Custom Shirts, click on the “Like” button. Once Fast Custom Shirts has 1,000 people who like the Facebook page, I will ask Joe to randomly draw 20 of those people to receive a free t-shirt of choice from his vast catalog found at http://www.fastcustomshirts.com. And DOA Blood Bath Entertainment will pay for those shirts and the shipping to those 20 lucky people.
So, get on over there now and Like Fast Custom Shirts to enter this give-away! It doesn’t cost you anything at all and in the end you might win a free shirt, but at the very least you’ll keep up with Joe Garcia’s latest designs, specials, and such as he posts them on his Facebook business page. And if you don’t mind, help me by sharing this on your Facebook and/or Twitter too.