This weather makes me feel like doing nasty shit like chopping up people, chewing on some flesh, then maybe taking a nap. It’s too cold for me to stare at people through their windows and then sneak into their houses though. I’ll guess I’ll be patient and save that for the summer.

If you also feel the same, and want to quench your thirst for murder and mayhem the healthy way, then check out the San Francisco Film Society’s Film Arts Forum, Tales From Terror Town tonight at the Mezzanine.

It’s a panel discussion with local masters of horror Joshua Grannell (also known as Peaches Christ), who directed All About Evil, and Mitchell Altieri and Phil Flores (also known as the Butcher Brothers), who are responsible for The Hamiltons and The Violent Kind. The Film Society’s Rob Armstrong will moderate teh discussion.

After the panel, local filmmakers will be screening clips of what they’re working on for your praise and pans. Want to be one of the screeners? All you need to bring is ashort clip, headphones and a well-charged laptop. You’ll find me next to the log cabinesque fireplace wearing a flannel shirt with my hot college titty friends.

What: SFFS Film Arts Forum: Tales from Terror Town
Where: The Mezzanine (444 Jessie Street @ Mint), 7 pm
Cost: $5 for SFFS members; $8 general; 21+

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