Stanley Film Fest 2014 Dispatch: Day 4 Brings A Bloody End

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Day four brings us to the Horror Awards Brunch, Big Wheel Death Race, a hotel history and ghost tour, and screenings of The Sacrament, What We Do In The Shadows, shorts programs, and too much for one person to ever attend. That's my only regret about the festival; that I couldn't get to each and every screening and event. A huge thanks to ScreenAnarchy and the Stanley Film Festival for having me.

Stanley Awards Horror Brunch

Sunday brought out the dregs in all of us as we trudged toward the Stanley's MacGregor Ballroom for the Horror Brunch awards. Filmmakers, producers, and horror fans filled up on Soylent Green Smoothies, Psycho Pancakes, Hannibal Lecter's Favorite Egg Scramble (with Chianti Salsa), and Exorcist Granola, all set to the tunes of several classic horror soundtracks, such as The Shining, The Thing, Rosemary's Baby, and Dawn of the Dead. Sadly, Mick Garris couldn't make it, but sent along a recorded introduction for his friend Joe Dante, who accepted the festival's very first Master of Horror award.

[Photo of Joe Dante by author.]

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