THE HUNGAN (1991) Super 8mm Horror Feature Film Made in Harrisburg in 1991 and never shown locally in public!!!! With Filmmaker Keith Hanshaw In Person!!! Keith was the Assistant Director and the Special Effects Supervisor (among other titles) on the film and will be in attendance and doing a Q&A post screening! One night only!!!
SHOWING WITH - HALLOWEEN SAFETY ( a quirky little short shown on 16mm film)
THE HUNGAN Genetic experiments gone wrong unleash an ancient voodoo curse that produces a masticating monster with an appetite for terror. Narrated by Oscar-winning actor Jack Palance.
THE HUNGAN was written in 1988 by Harrisburg / Hershey native Randall Dininni who later went on to direct the film in 1991. The film was shot on Super 8mm in the Harrisburg / Hershey area and featured local actors and crew! Come out and see this lost classic and hear stories from Keith Hanshaw about what it was like to make a horror film locally back in the late 1980's / early 1990's. This is a very special Halloween treat!!!
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