RED CARPET ALERT FOR PREMIERE OF FEED THE DEVIL AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD ON JULY 26
Feed The Devil. Directed by Max Perrier. Written by Perrier and Matthew Altman. Produced by Perrier, Valerie Gagnon and Tom George. From Uncork'd Entertainment. (Color, 2016, USA, 95 minutes, rated R). Adventure/ Horror. Starring Jared Cohn, Ardis Barrow, Brandon Perrault, Victoria Curtain, Nahka Bertrand and Tyson Houseman. A hunt for easy money turns into a deadly search for a missing loved one as outsiders confront the evil forces behind a Native American myth.
Red Carpet premiere on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. Press call at 7:20 p.m. Red Carpet at 7:30 p.m., screening at 8:30 p.m., followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers and cast. After-party at a location to be announced. Scheduled to appear: Filmmakers Max Perrier and Matthew Arnold, cast members Jared Cohn, Ardis Barrow. Also: Costas Mandylor (Once Upon A Time), Sara Malakul Lane
(Sun Choke), Ashley Park (Miss Asia USA), Lorynn York (
Iron Man 3), Lisa Wilcox (
A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5), Demetrius Stear (
Little Dead Rotting Hood).
A NEW SEASON OF EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS BEGINS JULY 27 AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD WITH WOMEN HE'S UNDRESSED, SHELLEY, THE SUFFERING
Women He's Undressed. Directed by Gillian Armstrong. Written by Katherine Thomsen. Produced by Armstrong and Damien Parer. From Wolfe Releasing. (2016, Color, Australia, 95 minutes, not rated) Documentary. Featuring Jane Fonda, Angela Lansbury, Leonard Maltin, Deborah Nadoolman Landis, Darren Gilshenan, Deborah Kennedy. This film combines interviews, archival footage and dramatic recreations to celebrate the career of Australia-born costume designer Orry-Kelly, who worked on a staggering 285 films, winning Oscars® for
Some Like It Hot, An American in Paris and
Les Girls. Q&As with special celebrity guests will follow weekend showings.
"A Must-See."--- Eye For Film
· Shelley. Directed by Ali Abbasi. Written by Abbasi and Maren Louise Kaehne. Produced by Jacob Jarek. From IFC Midnight. (Color, 2016, Denmark/Sweden, 92 minutes, not rated) Horror. Starring Ellen Dorrit Petersen, Cosmina Stratan, Bjorn Andresen, Marion Kindberg Bach, Kenneth M. Christensen and Peter Christoffersen. Louise and Kasper, a Danish couple, live in an isolated villa in the middle of the forest away from modern life, technology and even electricity. Louise's biggest dream is to become a mother but she is unable to have children. She finally decides, out of desperation, to seal a pact with her Romanian maid, Elena. Elena accepts to bear Louise's child as a surrogate mother in exchange for a large amount of money. The life growing inside of her is taking shape too fast, affecting the lives of everyone like an evil force. Paranoia and horror set in around the inevitable birth...
"Abbasi has crafted a unique horror."----CineVue
The Suffering. Directed by Robert Hamilton. Written by Hamilton and Marco V. Scola. Produced by Hamilton, Scola, Ian Coyne and Brandon Rose. From Breaking Glass Pictures. Horror/Thriller. Starring Nick Apostolides, Regen Wilson, Elizabeth Deo, Chad Eric Smith, Carl Stevens and Phil Amico. Property appraiser Henry Dawles must fight for his sanity when he finds himself trapped on a rural farm owned by mysterious caretaker, Mr. Remiel. As the threat to Henry escalates, he is forced to face the horror of the farm and uncover the dark mysteries of Remiel, and the sinister beings he encounters.
"A standout film that defies genre and surpasses expectations."---Cinema Assassin
July 29- August 4, 2016. Contact venue for show times. Admission: $12 each feature.
. Online ticketing:
At Arena Cinema Hollywood, 1625 N. Las Palmas Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028. Discounted parking is available with validation at lots adjacent to the venue and across the street.
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