Wednesday, June 28th
@ Courthouse Center for the Arts
3481 Kingstown Rd,
South Kingstown, RI
Q+A to follow
21+ (Full Bar)
PRESENTED BY HORROR DEPOT
This DOUBLE HOUR DOUBLE FEATURE showcases two of the latest underground cult classics that must be seen to be believed. Please join us for this hard-hitting night of independent cult cinema!
First we have...
FREAK (Dir. Lucky Cerruti, 51m) - Five friends on a camping trip discover too late that a monstrous legend is REAL... and OUT FOR BLOOD!
“It’s gotta be seen to be believed” - Dread Central
THE SECRET OF CUCK ISLAND (Dir. Rives Elliot, 64m) - An unwitting zoomer uncovers an insidious eugenics conspiracy. Can he EXPOSE them before they get him BY THE BALLS?
“Nothing like I expected but god damn it was a lot of fun” - Horror Society
BUT WAIT - the Freaky Secrets Tour will also feature a murder of indie horror trailers from our friends, a Q&A with directors Lucky and Rives and Cuck Island star John Burgio, plus exclusive (and non-exclusive) tour merch. We’re talkin’ DVDs, shirts, posters, stickers, buttons and MORE!
Tickets Available Here
Block Island, R.I. – Independent State Representative Blake A. Filippi has announced that he will seek re-election to the District 36 seat serving Block Island, Charlestown, South Kingstown and Westerly. Filippi, an attorney, farmer and business-owner, currently serves on the Committee on Judiciary, the Committee on Municipal Government, the Committee on the Environment and Natural Resources, and as Vice-Chair of the House Commission to Study Methods for Growing Tourism.
Filippi declared that he “wants to continue to advocate for South County values: an honest and strong business climate that rewards hard work and not insider dealings, lean and clean government, environmental preservation, local control of planning, and the protection of individual liberty.”
Said Filippi of this term’s highlights: “I advocated for the successful passage and placement on the ballot of the proposed Constitutional Amendment to reassert full Ethics Commission oversight of the General Assembly. We also helped to protect our Westerly and Charlestown neighbors by advancing landmark legislation to empower DEM to control fugitive dust from Copar Quarry. Tax reductions for our seniors were realized in the last two budgets. I was a lead opposition voice to the RhodeWorks tolling proposal and developed an alternative funding stream to fix our bridges with tax dollars already in the budget. I stood for reduced costs to small business and the elimination of the hated car tax. I fought the abuse-ridden legislative grant program and helped expose CommerceRI’s failed “Cooler and Warmer” campaign. We passed a critical bill to protect our privacy by requiring law enforcement obtain a warrant before accessing our cell phone location data -- with emergency exceptions. I also protected municipal sovereignty and opposed the onslaught of bills to undermine local self-governance in zoning and planning matters.”
“I have always been just a cell phone call away – and hope to continue working on behalf of our House District 36 for another two years,” said Filippi in closing.
More information can be found by visiting www.Blake36.com.
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