Carnival of Darkness Short Film Festival confirms Veronica Cartwright, Tara Cardinal and Drew Day

Top Quote The panelist will join Film Director and Horror Sci-Fi Creator Alex Bram who said, "These are some of the scariest films I've ever seen!" End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) September 17, 2012 - Los Angeles, CA, - Carnival of Darkness Horror/Sci-Fi Short Film Festival 3 has confirmed three panelist for the third annual film festival event at the LA Film School. They included: Veronica Cartwright, Tara Cardinal and Drew Daywalt.

    "Carnival of Darkness ( is a showcase of the very best horror and sci-fi shorts from filmmakers across the world," said Festival Director Alex Bram. "This 3rd annual gathering of genre enthusiasts and industry professionals will be more than just a screening of films; it's going to be the most thrilling theater-going experience of the year."

    This film festival is committed to presenting the idea that craft quality can be an essential part of both horror and science fiction filmmaking. "Carnival of Darkness" spotlights those films which demonstrate that. Selected filmmakers and casts will get to walk the "blood red carpet" along with industry heavyweights and notables from the horror/sci-fi communities.

    The theater lobby will be set up like a twisted art gallery and horror related collectibles, graphic novels, DVD's and T-Shirts will be available. Attendees will enter a funhouse of mysterious events and surprises, freaks, performers and artists.
    This celebration of creepy and original films culminates in a panel discussion featuring top names in the horror field. Previous panels have included such notables as Juliet Landau, Jeffrey Reddick, Paul Solet, Trent Haaga and Del Howison.

    "Carnival of Darkness is extremely proud to be able to welcome true master actor Veronica Cartwright to this year's festivities," said Bram. "Alternating between television and big screen movies, Veronica has appeared in such films as the remake of Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) and the horror classic Alien (1979). Her big screen features include The Right Stuff (1983), Flight of the Navigator (1986), The Witches of Eastwick (1987) and Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh (1995). Many fans know her for the Alfred Hitchcock classic, "The Birds".

    "Tara Cardinal frequently appears in horror and fantasy films and likes to perform her own stunts. Look for her film Legend of the Red Reaper, (2012). Drew Daywalt's first Online horror short film Bedfellows earned a million viewers with a week of its launch. Later, the world's leading short horror film.

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