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If you're in or around the Dallas area this weekend this is a can't miss event! Great fun, great people and great indie horror films to watch!

                                       Saturday at 12:00pm - Sunday at 8:00pm

                                                       The Texas Theatre

                                                     231 W. Jefferson Blvd

                                                              Dallas, TX

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Blood Bath 2: The Film Festival is the 4th film festival organized and hosted by DOA Blood Bath Entertainment. This two day event is a celebration of independent cinema in the horror and dark comedy genres.

Cost to attend: $7 per film, $15 for a one day pass, $25 for the weekend. 

All of the information, official selections, and schedule are posted at

The offiical hotel is The Belmont Dallas ( with special rates using discount code BB2.

November 13 and 14 at The Texas Theatre! Blood Bath 2: The Film Festival will showcase some of the finest in indie horror short and feature films. World premieres include Dallas lensed feature film Kodie and short film HANK & JIM and east coast lensed The Super . Also, Houston filmed Walking Distance will make another Dallas appearance, this time with Debbie Rochon and Reggie Bannister in attendance. The US Premiere of Marcus Koch's very dark drama FELL (2010) along with DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK and Exhibit A-7 will be screened. Dallas shot short film READY TEDDY and many other shorts to will shown throughout both days including the Splatterfest and Monsterfest winners. Details, trailers, posters, tickets, and much more can be found at!

Filmmakers that I know will be in attendance include:Debbie Rochon, Reggie Bannister, April Monique Burril, Jeff Dylan Graham, Shannon Lark, Mel House, Melanie Donihoo, Marcus Koch, Abel Berry, Jennifer Stone, Justin Powers, Alex Lugones, Brian Weaver, Evan Makrogiannis, Samuel Haun, Kerry Beyer, Kelly Burns Smith, Michael Colburn, and Jerod Costas. And I'm sure I'm forgetting some people.

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