This year San Diego Comic Fest is pleased to present four special film screenings along with “making of” panels for the films featuring key creators involved in their production.
|Click here for trailer & more info.||Join Gabriel Diani and Etta Devine as they screen their latest film, Dani & Devine Meet the Apocalypse, the epic saga of two struggling comedians who learn that surviving the end of civilization is almost as difficult as surviving in Hollywood. Featuring performances by Barry Bostwick (Rocky Horror Picture Show), Janet Varney (Stan Against Evil), Kirsten Vangsness (Criminal Minds), Armin Shimerman (Star Trek: DS9), Jonathan Silverman (Weekend at Bernie’s), and more!|
|Click here for trailer & more info.||In The Concessionaires Must Die, it’s hard times for the gang at the Monarch: a one-screen movie theater bringing the best in vintage and cult cinema to the masses, or more often, four nerds and a couple of kids who ought be in school. With a multiplex about to open just down the street, Gabby (Zakareth Ruben) decides it’s time to smell the coffee, sell up and cut out. But her brave team of dedicated concessionaires, led by uber-geek Scott (David Blue), refuses to give up. Surely there must be some way to keep the dream alive? Cameo by Executive Producer, Stan Lee. Screened by director America Young.|
|Click here for trailer & more info.||It’s 1947, hard-boiled private dick Charlie Nickels’ client is murdered and her priceless diamond stolen. The investigation forces Charlie to do the one thing he vowed he would never do again: trust a dame. Charlie’s search for killers and the diamond sends him crisscrossing 1940s Los Angeles – grilling a lithe heiress, dodging menacing hoodlums, sparring with befuddled LAPD detectives, and falling for the most ‘fatale’ femme-fatale he’s ever loved: Mona Livingston. Kill Me, Deadly has the look and feel of the classic noirs of the 1940’s,with a comical spin on the archetypal characters that pack this lush world of murder and intrigue. Director Darrett Sanders and more present the film.|
|Click here for trailer & more info.||Starring Alan Rickman, Mary Steenburgen, and Bryan Greenberg along with Eliza Dushku, Danny DeVito, Bill Pullman, and more, Nobel Son is a 2007 American black comedy about a dysfunctional family dealing with the kidnapping of their son for ransom following the father’s winning of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Roger Ebert said of the film, “Nobel Son is a mercilessly convoluted version of a Twister, that genre in which the plot whacks us as if it’s taking batting practice. I will not hint at anything that happens. I will simply observe that it’s all entertaining.” Presented by Producer Michael Ravine.|