Bad Advice For Good Times

News and fodder behind the films of Joseph Nanni.

Horror Comedy Sneaks into Proper Festival

Casting Call of Cthulhu (conveniently reffered to as CCoC) has made its way into a festival where the majority of attendees are unlikey to know what a cone-shaped creature is, let alone debate whether its head should be a yellow orb with flowers sprouting from the top.  The Indie Memphis Film Festival in Memphis Tennessee, a town immortalized by Paul Simon in his song “Graceland”, runs from October 9 to 16.  CCoC screens Friday, October 10 at 10 pm.  While you are there check out the tomb of Elvis Presley – scary.

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