4/27: Pumpkin Pie at The Overlook Film Festival

Welcome to a brand new festival experience held at the historic Timberline Lodge, seen in Stanley Kubrick’s horror masterpiece THE SHINING as the location of the infamous Overlook hotel, located just over 60 miles east of Portland in Government Camp, Oregon on Mt. Hood. Presenting superior film programming with an expanded focus on experiential events, the festival showcases exciting new work in new and classic independent horror cinema alongside the latest in interactive and live shows for a fully immersive weekend. As a summer camp for genre fans, The Overlook is a community event bringing the best of horror in all its forms to an enthusiastic and appreciative audience within an intimate and inspirational environment.

“The Pumpkin Pie Show”
Director: Clay McLeod Chapman
Come join us for a special presentation of The Pumpkin Pie Show and get ready to get icky. For 20 years, author Clay McLeod Chapman and his rigorous storytelling session The Pumpkin Pie Show have offered a view into the lives of Southern Gothic monstrosities. Sometimes darkly humorous, sometimes strangely heartbreaking, these stories explore the domestic horrors of the everyday, finding terror within our own households. This one-of-a-kind performance delves deep into the depraved minds of those madmen and women who drift along the periphery of humankind. Priority entrance for badge holders.

“One-on-Ones Presented by The Pumpkin Pie Show”
Director: Clay McLeod Chapman
Author Clay McLeod Chapman will take one audience member at a time on a dark ride through depravity in this intimate storytelling experience. Think of it as a heart-to-bleeding-heart with madmen, murderers and monsters telling their own story. No fourth wall, no escape. Sessions will last between 5 to 20 minutes. Available exclusively for all-access badge holders.

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Thursday, April 27, 2017 - 12:00am to Sunday, April 30, 2017 - 12:00pm

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