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Dances With Werewolves

Friday Jan 27, 2017

418 Montezuma Ave
Santa Fe, NM 57501
US

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A young woman flees an abusive relationship only to fall victim to a moon-worshiping 600-year-old Romanian Countess.

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The Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe (418 Montezuma) will be hosting a special movie premiere on Friday, January 27, at 9pm. The brand-new indie horror film Dances With Werewolves will be screened with a number of cast and crew members in attendance. The film is written and directed by Donald F. Glut (Countess Dracula’s Orgy of Blood) & Dan Golden (Burial of the Rats). The story concerns a young woman who flees an abusive relationship only to fall victim to a moon-worshiping 600-year-old Romanian Countess. Enter a troubled paranormal investigator of Native American heritage who somehow finds himself in a deadly love triangle with a battered-woman werewolf. The low-budget horror flick features the final screen performance from Angus Scrimm (Phantasm). New Mexican actor Omar Paz Trujillo, who was born and raised in the Española Valley, is among those attending the screening. He plays Dr. Jay Nightraven, the “troubled paranormal investigator.” Also at the screening will be costars Tatiana DeKhtyar, Lauren Parkinson and Madeleine Wade. Singer-songwriter Kasey Lansdale (daughter of horror author Joe R. Lansdale) will be there with the film’s composer Don Preston (who served as keyboardist for Frank Zappa’s Mothers of Invention). Co-writer-producer-director Dan Golden wraps up the list of special guests. Tickets are $10 adults, $8 students/seniors and are available now at jeancocteaucinema.com.

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