Wednesday | October 3 | 7:30 pm

West Hollywood City Council Chambers at West Hollywood Library

October is a month of thrills and terrors and masked desires. Start it off with this collection of pulse-pounding queer horror shorts that go bump in the night!

Line-up includes:

MINDFUCK (Dir. Pierre Scot)
A famous journalist must confront his biggest fear during a sexual encounter with a dominant man.

INSTINCT (Dir. Maria Alice Arida) 
A lonely gallery owner meets a dangerously seductive performance artist, discovering they share more in common than expected.

GRIP (Dir. Bryan Louie)
A recovering meth addict is haunted by his enabling ex-boyfriend’s incessant calls, and the corpse-like hands trying to grab him.

SECRET EATER (Dir. Jensen Rule Tierra & Shaun Johnson)
A young man becomes enamored with his hands in this highly campy, expressionist examination of twisted psychology.

SINGULARITY (Dir. Vera Miao)
A trans woman entranced with a bio-hacking movement that merges human with machine begins to see dozens of shadows following her every move…

VACATION RENTAL (Dir. Matt Newton)
A couple’s perfect, romantic getaway in Palm Springs takes a turn for the creepy – and then deadly.

LOVE IN THE LAST FIVE DAYS (Dir. Michael Blieden)
In the outset of a zombie apocalypse amidst a violent mutation of toxoplasmosis, two women struggle to keep the spark in their relationship alive.


*Free Validated Parking will be available in the five-story public parking structure.


About this Series

Outfest_LogoFamily_WeHoSeries_Outlines_V2Outfest, the leading organization that promotes equality by creating, sharing and protecting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) stories on the screen, announces a new program: Outfest West Hollywood Series, a monthly program featuring films and discussions of interest to LGBT audiences at the West Hollywood City Council Chambers at West Hollywood Library, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. in West Hollywood. The program will be the first Wednesday of the month throughout the year and is made possible in part by a grant from the City of West Hollywood through its Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission

About the City of West Hollywood

The City of West Hollywood, also known as The Creative City, has a strong commitment to providing accessible arts and cultural events programming for its diverse community and visitors. This commitment led to the building of the West Hollywood Library in 2011, which has served as a hub of cultural programming in the area. Through its Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission, the City presents numerous film screenings, exhibitions, concerts, and other cultural events throughout the year, as well as an entire month of LGBTQ arts events during June Pride month. For more information on these West Hollywood arts and cultural events, please visit www.weho.org/arts and www.weho.org/pride.