Lake Travis Film Festival invites adult guests to an evening of indie horror short films Oct. 28, featuring titles like “House Slaughter,” “Two-Headed Beast” and “Discount Pickles.” An optional cocktail hour will be held an hour before the show for an additional fee. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Guests must be over 21 and are required to bring their own chairs. 8 p.m. $10 (cocktail hour), $15 (film viewing). Star Hill Ranch, 15000 Hamilton Pool Road, Bee Cave. 512-543-4918. www.eventbrite.com/e/screams-on-the-screen-tickets-170238960313
Indie horror short film screenings to be held Oct. 28 at Star Hill Ranch
Lake Travis Film Festival will hold an indie horror short film viewing Oct. 28. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
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