Chomp screening at Necon on Friday, July 17th at 10pm (estimated) in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. We’re so tickled we’re finally going to get to share Chomp with Camp Necon! More details about the convention here: http://www.campnecon.com/
Chomp is pleased to announce that we will be screening at the World Horror Convention in Atlanta, Georgia May 7th – 10th with Gregory Lamberson’s Gave Up The Ghost (written by Jeff Strand) and the feature Jizzly Bear. The entire screening will be hosted by the indomitable John Skipp.
Come see it all on Thursday, May 7th at 9 pm!
For Chomp, director Lynne Hansen will be in attendance, and Jeff Strand, the screenwriter of Gave Up The Ghost, will be representing it.
You can also see Chomp‘s director at the Filmmaker’s Lounge panel Friday, May 8th at 5:00 pm, and the Horror as a Literacy Tool panel on Saturday, May 9th at 11:00 am.
Atlanta Marriott Marquis
265 Peachtree Center Avenue
Atlanta, GA 30303, US
Chomp is pleased to announce that it is an official selection of the Reel Bronx International Film Festival in Bronx, New York. Chomp will be screening during this three-day festival May 15-17, 2015.
Also screening at the festival is “He’s Not Looking So Great”, the first short film Lynne Hansen wrote. It will be released on DVD in July as part of the Vault of Terror II anthology film, but the Reel Bronx International Film Festival will provide a sneak preview of the final product. Pre-order the DVD here. As a special bonus, the star of He’s Not Looking So Great, Kat Lindsay, will be attending the event.
Sunday, May 17 @ 5:30 pm (for Chomp)
Saturday, May 16 @ 7:00 pm (for He’s Not Looking So Great in Vault of Terror II: The Undead)
The Locust Point Civic Center
Bronx, New York
Chomp will be screening at Rise of the Dead 3 at the Tampa Pitcher Show on Sunday, May 17th at 12:00 pm. This fun, free event includes Joe Davidson’s Frost Bite and the shorts Dead Buzz, Mombie, and Skyship Chronicles Part 1. Director Lynne Hansen and associate producer Jeff Strand in attendance. Full details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/723456847752043/
It’s official! Chomp will be playing at a special movie night at FuMPFest, a comedy music convention June 5-7 in Chicago, Illinois, and Jeff and I will be there to see it happen. What’s really cool about this gig is that the Chomp soundtrack features music by two of our favorite comedy acts, Trevor Strong of The Arrogant Worms (who just happen to be the guests of honor at FuMPFest) and Marc With a C’s Claire and The Potatoes.
Chomp is an official selection of the Sunscreen Film Festival April 30-May 3. (Our first mainstream film festival!)
We’ll be screening three times during the festival at three different venues, as part of the Comedy/Romance Short Block:
Friday, May 1 from 3:15-5:00 pm
163 3rd St N, St Petersburg, FL 33701
Saturday, May 2 from 12:45-2:30 pm
151 2nd Ave N, St Petersburg, FL 33701
Saturday, May 2 from 10:15pm-12:45 am
Green Bench Brewing Company
1133 Baum Ave N, St Petersburg, FL 33705
Pros and cons of the various venues:
Friday @3:15 at American Stage: See Chomp first!
Saturday @12:45 at Muvico: See Chomp on the biggest screen!
Saturday @10:15 pm at Green Bench Brewing Company: See Chomp with Beer–for free!
Director and some subsection of the cast and crew will be there for each of the screenings, though I doubt there will be Q&A at the Green Bench Brewing Company at 12:45 am! Or maybe just a different kind of Q&A. lol
Come on out and support us and some other fantastic films from all over the world April 30 – May 3.
We are very pleased to announce that Chomp has been selected for Rise of the Dead 2, whose main event is the Australian flick Wyrmwood, billed as “Mad Max meets Dawn of the Dead.” Come on, how can you NOT want to see this movie? Zombie fun all night long, so come on out to the Tampa Pitcher Show on Friday the 13th!
How’s this for some FANtastic news? Because February is Women In Horror Month, the FANtastic Horror Film Festival in San Diego has made Chomp an official selection for their 2015 season. That’s a virtually unheard-of 9 months before the actual event. I am beyond ecstatic!
Come on out to the Nevermore Film Festival for the North Carolina premieres of both Chomp and Gave Up the Ghost Feb 20-22! Director Lynne Hansen and star Susan O’Gara will be attending for Chomp, and screenwriter Jeff Strand will be attending for Gave Up the Ghost.
Sat. Feb. 20 at 3:10 pm
Sun. Feb. 21 at 7:15 pm
Gave Up the Ghost:
Sat. Feb 20 at 5:10 pm
Sun. Feb. 21 at 5:10 pm
GeekFest at Shock Pop Comic Con next weekend! We screen Saturday at 12pm, but you can also catch director Lynne Hansen on the Women in Horror panel Friday at 2pm, and Chomp cast and crew on the GeekFest Filmmakers Panel Sunday at 12:00 pm. (Lynne Hansen, Susan O’Gara, Kyle Porter, and Daryn Murphy!)
Read about all the films playing over the weekend:
We’re pleased to announce that CHOMP has its first out-of-state screening–at the wonderful Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival! This will be our second year at Buffalo Dreams; last year HE’S NOT LOOKING SO GREAT was a finalist for Best Comedy Short.
November 7 – 13, 2014
Screening: 9:15 pm on Saturday, November 8 before El Incidente.
Eastern Hills Cinemas
4545 Transit Road
CHOMP has been selected for a special private screening at the Stanley Hotel Writers Retreat–in Room 217 of the hotel that where Stephen King stayed before writing The Shining. (Also the hotel where the TV miniseries of The Shining was shot.) Insanely cool!
We’re also screening with Billy Hanson’s Survivor Type. If you haven’t seen this one, you absolutely must. Amazing acting and disturbing beyond description.
Filmmaker Makes Her Directorial Debut at the Halloween Horror Picture Show
Lynne Hansen’s short horror comedy CHOMP will make its world premiere Sunday, October 19 at 12:00 as part of the Halloween Horror Picture Show at the Tampa Pitcher Show in Tampa, Florida. The movie is about a demented woman who is determined to prove to the world that she’s captured a real zombie—even if he isn’t one.
Written, produced and directed by Lynne Hansen, CHOMP was shot entirely on location in Tampa and St. Petersburg. It features veteran stage actors Susan O’Gara (Conversations With…) and Kyle Porter (Jobsite’s production of Night of the Living Dead), as well as King of the B Movies, Joel D. Wynkoop and four-year-old newcomer Ellah Durliat. All will be on hand for the premiere, along with select members of the crew, autographing complimentary posters and chatting with independent horror fans.
With so many horror-themed Halloween events going on at this time of year, there were many places where Hansen could have premiered her directorial debut. So why did she choose this one?
“I’m a fan—of the event and the genre. I’ve been to every single Halloween Horror Picture Show since they started back in 2003,” Hansen said. “I love the events Rick Danford puts together.”
“CHOMP is one of the most highly anticipated short films in recent memory,” said Halloween Horror Picture Show founder and programming coordinator Rick Danford.
Sharing your film with the world for the first time might be a terrifying prospect for some, but not for Hansen. “There’s the home-town advantage playing here,” Hansen said. “So many wonderful people helped bring CHOMP to life here in the Tampa Bay area. If only a small percentage of them show up and bring a friend, we’ll pack the house!”
The Halloween Horror Picture Show plays at the Tampa Pitcher Show Sunday, October 19th from 12 pm to 5 pm. In addition to CHOMP, the schedule includes 11 short horror films and the feature “Die, Die, Delta Pi”.
The world premiere of Chomp will take place on Sunday, October 19th at 12pm as part of the Halloween Horror Picture Show.
The entire cast will be in attendance, as well as the writer/director Lynne Hansen and much of the crew. We’ll be giving away free “Chomp” posters while supplies last, so come early and get them autographed by the folks who made “Chomp.”
Date & Time:
Sunday, October 19, 2014 @12pm
Tampa Pitcher Show
14416 N Dale Mabry Hwy
Tampa, Florida 33618