For our next guest announcement for Grossfest we wanted someone that may haven’t been to the area or someone that isn’t a convention regular or just someone yinz may not be expecting… maybe a known figure among Indy gorehounds so I introduce yinz to writer/director Brian Paulin! Mr. Paulin might be best known for such independent hit films “Bone Sickness” and “Fetus” but I remember this good man when I first seen the 2000’s “At Dawn They Sleep”. My review of the film wasn’…t favorable but believed Mr. Paulin had the passion and drive to make some cool scary features. And Brian has as his films punch you in the face with amazing and possibly disturbing to some folks gore effects… I have yet to see his latest films “Blood Pigs” and “Cryptic Plasm” but the covers will bring out the teenage metalhead inside of you. Brian is the founder of Morbid Vision Films and we are proud to have him at our show. www.morbidvisionfilms.com
The council of gross would like to wish everyone a very happy and safe thanksgiving!
Okay Grossfest attendees, vendors, etc.… The George Washington Hotel has just released rooms to be reserved at a discounted rate the weekend of our July 28th, 2018 event “GROSSFEST”!
A Standard room is $99 and $129 for suite (which they have some really cool and interesting suites). All you got to do is call 724-225-3200 and reference Grossfest to get the discounted rate. Book them while you can…
For more details on the hotel please go to: http://www.thegeorgewashington.com/…
60 South Main Street
Washington, PA 15301
For our seventh guest announcement for Grossfest is a filmmaker, actor, producer who I have known since he was a teenager. This person is more of your “outside of the box non-traditional” independent filmmaker. His movies have their own rules, he doesn’t stick to one genre, and I have absolutely loved it every step of the way. Most filmmakers having lower or no budgets for their projects would hold them back? This filmmaker thrives on it by using imagination, talented friends… and actors, and brilliant writing. “Wolfster, Part 1: The Curse of the Emo Vamp, Basic Slaughter, The Slasher Hunter, Everyone Must Die!, Super Task Force One, Captain Z & the Terror of Leviathan, Red Christmas, The Survivors, CarousHELL” are some of his films he has made over the past decade. With great respect, absolute delight, and there is no way I could not have ask this person to be a part of Grossfest: I introduce you to the charming and handsome Steve Rudzinski! Steve’s recent “CarousHELL” film like “The Barn” is one of my favorite independent films that I have had the pleasure of watching in my lifetime. Like “The Barn” dudes it would not surprise me to see Steve move on to bigger things soon… Next up for Steve “A Meowy Christmas”.
Grossfest Film Contest
Hey independent filmmakers you have a feature length film or a short film that you are thinking about sending to festivals? Well, we are looking for them for Grossfest 2018! Here are the rules:
First, we need a physical copy of the film to qualify.
Second, no fee for entering the film except the shipping charges you will have to pay to get the film to us.…
Third, this does not guarantee the film will play at Grossfest. Why? We have a limited amount of time. Come on people it’s a one day event. Tim Gross will be picking the best feature and best short film and they will receive the first ever Grossfest movie award. Also all films will be reviewed and show up on www.grossmoviereviews.com . Like the film or not Tim will still review it.
Fourth, this begins October 31, 2017 and all entries need to be in or postmarked by May 28, 2018. This is so proper time can be given to review the movie and decide the winners. The winners of best feature and best short film will be shown at some point between 11am – midnight July 28, 2018 during Grossfest. Hopefully we will have a schedule of the films playing a few weeks before Grossfest?
Any questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org . Or contact Tim Gross on Facebook www.facebook.com/grossmoviereviews for where to send it
One person will receive free admission to Grossfest if they can get me in touch with Jon McBride. This master of independent filmmaking is best known for giving us Cannibal Campout and Woodchipper Massacre and working with The Polonia Brothers over the years!
Tickets will be sold on the day of the show at The George Washington Hotel. All tickets will be $10 per person and any child 10 years old or younger will be free!! Your admission includes access to all vendor areas and to our movie room that will be screening movies until midnight! The movie room will be located across the hall from the main vendor area in the Mt. Vernon Room.