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Join The Obsessive Viewer podcast on Friday, October 6th, 2017 for a night celebrating Halloween and the horror genre in historic Irvington!

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It’s the third annual Shocktober In Irvington presented by The Obsessive Viewer Podcast!

Shocktober in Irvington is a one-night event celebrating local filmmakers, the horror genre, and the Irvington community. We’re screening short horror films from local filmmakers, doing live podcasting, Q&As with the filmmakers, and giving away prizes throughout the night!

Short films from previous Shocktobers include the premiere of J.P. Leck’s “The Roman” from his Elsewhere World universe, multiple entries in Synapshot Productions’ “Intruder” series, and more!

We’ll also be interviewing the filmmakers after each screening and raffling off prizes throughout the night. Prizes include DVDs, Blu-Rays, and gift cards to local Irvington businesses!

Proceeds from this event will be donated to The Irvington Historical Society, a wonderful organization that promotes and furthers the artistic traditions, heritage, legacy, and artists — past and present — of the greater Irvington and Central Indiana community.

Tickets on sale now!

Keep checking the website, our twitter and our Facebook page for further information on this event!

Check out the Irvington Ghost Tours website! They are great people who love to keep Irvington special. Plus, you’re guaranteed a great time on their tours.

Listen to the podcasts from our past Shocktober In Irvington events!

The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 77 – OV Live – Shocktober in Irvington with J.P Leck and Billy & Brandon Watch Movies

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The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 135 – OV Live – Shocktober in Irvington 2 with Synapshot Productions, J.P. Leck, and Vizmo Films

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The Obsessive Viewer Podcast – Ep 190 – OV Live – Shocktober in Irvington 3 with Circle City Ghostbusters, J.P. Leck (Elsewhere World), Pat Kuhn (TheNerdsPodcast.com), and Team Dharma (48 Hour Film Project)

7 Comments »

  1. Independent horror films being screened in Irvington during the Halloween season. . . well, that’s just the very best idea anyone, anywhere, has ever had!!

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