What a show. Over 20 short horror films screened at the Heavy Hitting HorrorFest B-Grade Throwdown this year and the rowdy crowd of costumed horror fans packed into the Fairmont Chateau Whistler ballroom.
Posted: Nov 04, 2014
Posted: Nov 24, 2013
The Return of HorrorFest had a little bit of everything – from high-gloss productions to piss-poor deviancy to laughs, tears and a few churning stomachs. With a run-and-gun show flow that included films from overseas and from the usual local savages, the judges had their work cut out for them. When the dust settled this is how it went:
Posted: Nov 04, 2013
Because we don't spend enough time staring at our computers and phones, this year Heavy Hitting HorrorFest decided to pogo-stick onto the #bandwagon and start an instagram contest with the most horrorific photo winning two tickets to the 2013 B-Grade Throwdown.
Posted: Oct 11, 2013
“And the first ever King of Horror is…. a Queen! Lauren Graham wins with Hagridden.”
That was the announcement after the very first Heavy Hitting HorrorFest back in 2002. Held Halloween night at Whistler’s GLC bar, a few hundred costumed horror fans had sat through just over two hours of really random shit (one film included a four-minute scene where a guy dumps milk on himself and voice-over narrates some kind of forlorn love poem) but in the end there could be only one.
Posted: Oct 03, 2013
Posted: Nov. 08, 2015