‘Driven’, ‘Would You Like to Try Again?’ and ‘Wowzers’ to Screen at ‘Dances with Films’
Three “new bone chilling, heart-felt, hilarious, strange and unusual” films are set to screen at this year’s Dances with Films during the month of June.
Driven, which we’ve reported on before, is set to make it’s West Coast premiere this Saturday, June 15, at 11:45 pm at TCL Chinese Theatre. Glenn Payne, Casey Dillard, and Richard Speight, Jr., are slated to appear.
In the dark-comedy horror-tinged thriller DRIVEN, Emerson (Casey Dillard) is a ride share driver with nights full of annoyances until she picks up Roger (Richard Speight, Jr.), a mysterious out-of-towner on a mission to break a multi-generational curse. This delightful movie handles jobs we hate, self-identity crises, and coming of age tales all while slashing through legions of demons and reminding us to tip our drivers. It got snark, scares, and a whole lot of heart that pushes the boundaries of what can be done in genre films to give viewers the best ride possible.
Would You Like to Try Again? is making it’s world premiere on Sunday, June 16th at 2:45pm at TCL Chinese Theatre 6.
This delightfully wee film, making its world premiere, takes women and gaming (in glorious 8-bit color!) and puts them front and center in this story of a young girl who has lost her mother, and has been using games as a coping mechanism to the detriment of her other familial ties. After running away, she finds a mysterious arcade with a game that transports her back to moments of incredible conflict, but she is determined to beat the game that taunts her again and again with the question, “Would You Like to Try Again? (Y/N)”. Clever, heartfelt and sincere without being cheesy, “Would You like to Try Again” is a piece not to be missed at DWF.
Finally, Wowzers is set to make it’s west coast premiereat TCL Chinese Theater 1 on Friday, June 21st at 11:45 PM.
Blending horror with surrealism in a style that echoes David Lynch, WOWZERS follows Jacqueline, a young woman who is tormented by dreams and who seeks refuge in a psychedelic BDSM club filled with terror and wonder called Wowzers. Hosted by Mr. Dimms, a cheeky master of ceremonies, Jacqueline will be forced to confront her woe and desires amongst what Beetlejuice called “The Strange and Unusual.” A non-linear narrative, Wowzers is segmented by captivating sequences of oozing, ethereal visual effects. This experimental film is disorienting yet irresistibly intriguing, and challenges viewers to check what they desire both as individuals and as an audience. It’s a viewing experience not to be missed.
To find out more information including ticket information, visit Dances with Films.