Tickets are now on sale for the third annual Arizona Underground Film Festival, which rolls through Phoenix and Tucson September 18 to 25. Last week, the festival announced the first six films to make the cut.
What to expect: A comedy about German hit men, a surreal skateboarding flick, a "gun totin' dwarf," an epic Brazilian horror story, a movie simply titled "A Serbian Film," and... Cthulhu?
More info and a few trailers after the jump.
The festival promises to cover genres including narrative, horror, documentary, experimental, and animation. Not to mention it's the only festival with an exploitation film category.
Festival passes are available online now for $65, but only 100 are being sold. The passes get you in to every screening and an invitation-only closing night gala. Individual tickets will be sold for $7 before each screening at the box office for that film.
A look at some of the flicks:
"The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu"
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