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Idaho Horror Film Festival takes over Boise with scary, fun films

The Idaho Horror Film Festival will screen films from fun to terrifying from Thursday, Oct. 13, to Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Egyptian Theatre.
The Idaho Horror Film Festival will screen films from fun to terrifying from Thursday, Oct. 13, to Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Egyptian Theatre.

Get spooked with the third Idaho Horror Film Festival with films that run the gamut from funny to terrifying, appearances by horror icons actor Michael Berryman and Daniel Myrick, educational and career-development panels, boot camps for local filmmakers, and a bevy of fun events including a horror poetry slam and several brew-based events. You’ll see lots of “Spud and Guts” Idaho-made horror films, including this year’s round of Idaho-48 Horror Film Competition shorts.

Thursday, Oct. 13, to Saturday, Oct. 15, at venues throughout Downtown Boise. Official film screenings are at The Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St., Boise. Passes are $60 to $100 at Eventbrite.com. Individual films: $10 to $25 at the box office. IdahoHorrorFilmFestival2016.org.

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