13th Another Hole in the Head announced!

Posted by sfindie October 14, 2016 3328 views

The (Lucky) 13th Another Hole in the Head will be held October 27th – November 9th at New People Cinema in San Francisco.

The schedule is online now.

Another Hole in the Head (aka “HoleHead”) is a film festival celebrating Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and a broad poster-as-of-now-pmspectrum of related cinema from across the globe taking place at New People Cinema in Japantown (1746 Post St, San Francisco). Defying convention, we bring a daring audience the most intriguing genre fare from both emerging and established filmmakers. Whether you’re looking for outrageous Exploitation, dark & offbeat Comedy, awe-inspiring Sci-Fi, or mind-bending Experimental Art, this is two weeks of phenomenal film you won’t find in your local cineplex!

The fest starts off at 7 pm on Thursday, October 27th, with “Homegrown Horrors”–A collection of scary short films produced by filmmakers from all over the Bay Area, followed by our Opening Night Feature, The Master Cleanse at 9 pm. Starring Johnny Galecki (The Big Bang) as a heartbroken man who attends a spiritual retreat, only to discover that the course releases more than everyday toxins and traumatic experiences! See the trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pilih0pbB4

On Friday, October 28th, the evening begins at 7 pm with Weapons of Light, a fascinating documentary about local artist/therapist Philip Lawson, and his conceptual work “Weapons of Light – The Art of Peace.”  Followed at 9 by: OH SNAP! THE 90s MUSIC VIDEO SING A LONG SHOW: HALLOWEEN SPECIAL.As any 90s TV watcher knows Fall means it’s Halloween Special time on your favorite shows: Saved by the Bell, My So Called Life, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and of course The Simpsons. So this version of our insanely popular 90s Music Video Sing A Long Show will feature all the fly video hits and one hit wonders you jammed to in school plus some seasonal extras. In addition to the must- have-classics, we’ve added bunch of new songs. And while we know you know all the words, just in case, we’ll have the lyrics on screen for ya as well! 21up show!! And stick around for our Late Show at 11 pm, a hilarious spoof of Sci-Fi and B movies – This Giant Papier Mache Boulder is Actually Really Heavyhttps://vimeo.com/170397598

On Saturday, October 29th, we have more short film programs—each with a different theme—starting at 11 am: “Apps Against Humanity,” “Work is Hell,” “Love is Strange,” and “Submitted for Your Approval.” At 7 pm, our feature presentations begin with House of Temptation. Filmed in Bodega Bay by San Francisco filmmaker Doc Zee, it’s the story of a teenaged boy struggling to bolster his father’s faith in God, while their family falls victim to a Satanic plot. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmGajs2rB2I Then at 9, we have another excellent local film, Matthew Abaya’s Vampariah, in which a skilled vampire hunter becomes the hunted when she learns that she may have been turned by her sworn foe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRfRPJ2mT9o Finally, at 11 pm, our Late Show will be Bed of the Dead: Four twentysomethings find themselves stuck on a haunted antique bed where leaving means suffering a gruesome death. Plagued with frightening hallucinations, they must figure out the bed’s secrets before they are ultimately picked off one by one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpsILqGuQNA

We wind up our Opening Weekend with two more short film programs, “Crime & Punishment” at 3 pm, and “It Came from the Grindhouse” at 5, followed at 7 by Aaron Keene’s PANOPTICON, a beautifully filmed feature about a reclusive young man who is allergic to sunlight. Desperate for human connection, he hacks into various webcams to take part in the lives of others. https://vimeo.com/146840445 At 9 pm, we close out the evening with Jamie Bell’s The Curfew Gang, filmed in Daly City and San Francisco. They lurk in the shadows. They feast on the souls of wicked men. They’re your new best friends. https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=NYNgJ0WgxmA


Passes for Another Hole in the Head are on sale now!

  • Our All-Festival pass gets you into every one of our 47 shows, and is a steal at $149!
  • Our 10-show pass is $85—that’s 57% off our General ticket price!
  • Our 5-show pass is $50—33% off!Passes are non-transferrable. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before show time to guarantee seating.