Peephole Filmfest, an independent festival for horror, experimental and erotic films, will premier Saturday, November 2, at LARVA (Laboratorio de Arte Variedades) in downtown Guadalajara.
The festival will run through November 4. Screenings will be held at 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. each day.
Saturday’s showings include horror film, “The Puppet Killer,” directed by Lisa Ovies, which tells the tale of a psychotic murderer who stalks a group of high school students during their getaway to a cabin in the woods. Monday’s screenings will kickoff with experimental film “Undulation of the I,” (Dir. Zika Stanovic) followed by a collection of erotic short films. Erotic horror “Deadly Crush,” (Dir. Dakota Aesquival) will bring the festival to a close.
Entry is free and open to adults 18+ due to nudity, explicit sex scenes and violence.
For more information about the festival and to view the program guide, visit peepholefilmfest.com.
Peephole Filmfest is aimed to recognize and award the talent of all the artists that make us think and feel differently; artists who nourish our soul and imagination with their films.