Halloween has come and gone. You’ve washed the blood off your face. But still you want more. Well, you’re in luck. The first annual Rio Grind Film Festival mercilessly bludgeons moviegoers Nov. 2 to 4 at the Rio Theatre with 10 new horror, sci-fi, action, fantasy, cult, erotica, grind house and documentary features and more than 15 short films from seven different countries. Highlights include Japanese comedy horror Dead Sushi, the demonic dystopian vision of Manborg, John Dies at the End from Bubba Ho-Tep director Don Coscarelli, and over-the-top Chilean gangster film Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman. For tickets and more info, go to riogrindfilmfestival.com or riotheatre.ca.
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