European Horror Convention Program 2014
Start times for all movies & seminars showing in Fontaine FireBar
• AUGUST 15th, 2014
12:00 – Eaters by Boll Kino Beteligungs
14:00 – Hypnagogia by Violence Productions
18:00 – Wither by Stockholm Syndrome Film
20:00 – Halloween
• AUGUST 16th, 2014
10:00 – Riki-OH the Story of Riki
12:00 – Hollows End by Abandonhope Films
14:00 – Dawn of the Dead
16:00 – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
18:00 – Ascension by Venomous Little Man Productions
20:00 – Seminar on low budget movies and material giveaway
• AUGUST 17th, 2014
10:00 – Zombie Massacre by Boll Kino Beteligungs
12:00 – The Pyramid by Empire Video
14:00 – Blood runs cold by Stockholm Syndrome Film
18:00 – House of Last Things by Cloudcover Films
20:00 – The Evil Dead
Note: On all 3 days, after every movie there will be a short promo time featuring Lights Out by David F. Sandberg and the Icon 1000 commercial spot
As an Additional Bonus
During the 3 days, the good folk from the European Horror Convention will also offer Steam Keys* for 2 of Digital Tribe Video’s latest online gaming releases, Depths of Fear “Knossos” and “Dementium 2”.
*Steam Keys are special codes which allow you to log on to the game platforms online and play for free instead of paying to play.
About the European Horror Convention 2014
Born in 2013 as a joint effort between Italian, Latvian, Danish and Polish entrepreneurs with several years of experience in the field of music and entertainment, European Horror Convention (a.k.a. European Horror Con) is a Horror convention with a revolutionary goal: to offer a 360 degree horror-themed form of entertainment. With that in mind, not only will the event focus on horror cinematography and literature, but also live music, body modifications, tattoos and art, all of which strictly related to the horror universe.
The festival, in conjunction with Latvia’s Fontaine Festival and Poland’s Cropp Tattoo Konwent will take place on 15-16-17 August 2014 at the Fontaine Palace, a renovated Soviet-era factory in the small but vibrant town of Liepaja, in Latvia. European Horror Convention’s intent is to cater to all kinds of audiences, from hardcore horror enthusiasts to insatiable party-goers. It will therefore include movie screenings, tattoo booths, live music, book and videogame showcases, meets & greets with horror biz professionals, workshops, light and extreme forms of entertainment and more.
For further information about the Convention, visit the website: www.europeanhorror.com