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Tag Archives: Overlook Film Festival
I’m sad that this fabulous film festival is postponed…and yet I’m also happy that they’ve done what’s best for creators and attendees. I loved going last year, and that was when I wasn’t at peak health performance. I was planning … Continue reading
As I said in Part 1 of my Overlook wrap-up, this fest had a whole lot going on, and every bit of it was something I wish I could have experienced. But alas, it was not to be. A combination … Continue reading
Okay, so I love New Orleans. And I love horror. Combining the two? A match made in heaven y’all. (Or lower, depending on what you consider a high compliment. Do you.) The Overlook Film Festival 2019 was an absolute blast, … Continue reading
Holy blip it was an incredible lineup at this year’s Overlook Film Festival! And it was really hard trying to rate all these wonderful films and shorts…but rate we did. And tada; here are the winners from this year’s films! … Continue reading
Horror movies. New Orleans. A match made in heaven, no? YES. The Overlook Film Festival lets you sink into horror with fellow hounds, and gives you an excuse to eat just one more beignet. (Okay, maybe two. Call it fortification … Continue reading
I’m still sad that I couldn’t make it down to New Orleans for the second Overlook Film Festival. So why not just jump on in? Satan’s Slaves, Pan, Caniba, Hairy Wolf, and Amy all nabbed awards from the jury, with … Continue reading
There’s always a plus to missing film festivals; getting to see who won, and then getting excited about seeing these films once they hit theaters/streaming services. At The Overlook Film Festival‘s inaugural fest, a panel of judges picked winners, and … Continue reading