In the Halloween Spirit, tonight's movie is HALLOWEENTOWN II: KALABAR'S REVENGE directed by Mary Lambert.

8:30pm. My Apartment.
(Yes, there will be candy!)

Mary Lambert (Credit: Scott O'Brien)

Mary is an American film director who has directed music videos, television episodes, and feature films mainly in the horror genre. In 1987 she released her debut feature, the stylish and controversial SIESTA, starring Ellen Barkin and Jodie Foster. It was nominated for the IFP Spirit Award for best first feature. She is known to horror fans for directing the 1989 adaptation of Stephen King's novel PET SEMATARY and its sequel, PET SEMATARY II. Most notably to millennials, Lambert directed the sequel to Disney's beloved HALLOWEENTOWN movie! The movie is "a GHOULishly good time," per Scott O'Brien! Lambert also worked in TV directing episodes of Arrow, The Blacklist, and The Dark Path Chronicles.

Kate Dolan: Kate graduated with an Honours Degree in Film & Television Production from the National Film School, IADT in 2012. Her graduate short 'Breathe In' (2012) was selected for a number of Irish and international film festivals. Kate will often edit and color grade her own work due to her background in editing at college. In 2014, she attended Berlinale Talents to develop her short 'Little Doll.' Her latest short 'Catcalls' is a horror film that explores the themes of street harassment and the idea of women being made victims in safe spaces like their own communities. In this fictional horror, the power is shifted and the predator becomes the prey. 

Watch 'Catcalls' here! Password:karmakarma
Roseanne Liang (Credit: Siena DiRocco): Chinese-New Zealander, Roseanne Liang is a writer / director who first made a splash with 2005 documentary 'Banana in a Nutshell,' based on her own romance with a European Kiwi. Later she turned her experiences into acclaimed big screen rom-com MY WEDDING AND OTHER SECRETS. After making five seasons of web series Flat3/Friday Night Bites,'Liang made a high profile action short 'Do No Harm' that premiered at Sundance before making the rounds to other festivals.Roseanne is currently working on a length version of  'Do No Harm,' which David Leitch has joined to produce!

Watch 'Do No Harm' here!
A Year Since Times Up - Here's A Look At What's Changed (Credit: Hannah Dickson):  "A year later, even as the #MeToo movement meets a crackling backlash, it’s possible to take some stock of how the Weinstein case has changed the corridors of power. A New York Times analysis has found that, since the publishing of the exposé at least 200 prominent men have lost their jobs after public allegations of sexual harassment. A few, including Mr. Weinstein, face criminal charges. At least 920 people came forward to say that one of these men subjected them to sexual misconduct. And nearly half of the men who have been replaced were succeeded by women." Read the NY Times Article here!
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