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Approximately 10 to 15 films celebrate the 1950s and ’60s horror film genre made famous by classics such as Devil Girl From Mars and Door to Door Maniac. Films are produced on a nickel and dime budget and packing in B-Grade horror clichés, including zombies, aliens, monsters, murderers, blood, guts and token nudity.
A jury decides the top film, along with choosing the best actor and actress. The winning film will not be announced until the sold-out evening showing.
Tickets are $10.
Advance passes for the Whistler Film Festival, Nov. 30 to Dec. 3, are now on sale.
The fifth annual festival hosts four days of screenings, both features and short-films, as well as education forums and parties.
There are three film package deals for festival attendees looking for a straight up film fest with no extras.