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Blood, Guts and Gore at the Pollygrind Film Festival
Blood, Guts and Gore at the Pollygrind Film Festival

AIR DATE: October 5, 2011

Grindhouse lovers unite! The local film festival, Pollygrind, returns with its cinematic tribute to blood, guts, and gore. We talk to its organizers plus a local filmmaker and actress on why gore films are so bloody intriguing.

The Pollygrind Film Festival runs Oct. 7-17 at theatre7 in the Downtown Arts District.


Chad Freeman, co-founder, Pollygrind Film Festival
Danny Chandia, filmmaker
Beverly Lynne, actress

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