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Housecore Horror Fest returns to Austin in October 2014

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This Valentine's Day, Austin horror/metal fans were treated to the announcement that Phil Anselmo's Housecore Horror Film Festival will be returning in October 2014.

The horror film festival made its inaugural debut this past October, showing a mix of new and cult classic horror movies, and hosting a bevy of metal bands, including Phil Anselmo's Down, and also featured a live scoring of 'Suspiria' by Goblin.

You can view my coverage of last years festival via the suggested links at bottom of page.

Badges went on sell February 14, 2014, and can be purchased on Eventbrite by clicking here. They're currently selling at a discounted rate of $149.00

Click here for my 2013 interview with festival founder Phil Anselmo.

No word yet as to any of the bands, movies or filmmakers that will be featured as of yet, but you can stay up to date on any upcoming announcements via the festival's official website and Facebook page.

The festival will run October 23rd through 26th.

Last year the festival took place at Emo's east and the recently closed Antone's. Official 2014 venues have not been confirmed as of yet, but there was discussion last year about possible Alamo Drafthouse screenings.

And given the smooth run and excellent lineup of last year's fest, expect 2014 to follow in fine or superior fashion.


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