To all our local Colorado friends, you are cordially invited to attend this fun Halloween horror double-feature on OCT 29th presented by Scream Screen at the Denver Film Center.
Halloween party, costume contest with some sick prizes so come dressed to depress, Cult Legacy pop-up shop and lots of fun kicking off at 5:30p in the Henderson-Withey Lounge!
Then at 7p, live pre-film music from Carbon Dioxide Ensemble aka: Co2E (Victoria Lundy, Tom Lundy, Mark Mosher) then Rubén Galindo Jr’s first two insanity-driven Mexican horror classics, CEMETERY OF TERROR (1985) followed by DON’T PANIC (1987)!!
Here is a video teaser for the show.
I animated and edited this video collaborating with Victoria Lundy who did photoshop work.
About The Carbon Dioxide Ensemble
The Carbon Dioxide Ensemble performs improvisational musique concrète with interactive visuals. Members include Thomas Lundy on Copper Heart articulated with dry ice, Victoria Lundy on Theremin and Live Electronics, and me on Live Sampling with Octatrack, Visuals, and Mix.
Since 2014, we have performed multimedia concerts in an around the Denver area including the long-running Concréte Mixer concert series at the Walnut Room, were the opening act for day 2 of the Denver International Noise Fest, collaborated using graphical scores with the filmmaker Taylor Dunne, and were invited to play a music convocation for the Lamont School of Music at the University of Denver performing on stage at the Gates Concert Hall.
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