Wow, what a week we had premiering Love In The Time Of Monsters at Cinequest!
Every time I told someone we were heading up to San Jose for the fest, they were like “oh my goodness, that’s the most fun festival around!” And boy, they weren’t kidding! I don’t think I’ve ever
partied networked that much in my whole life.
Overall the movie was very well received: we had hundreds of audience members laughing, yelling and howling along with the movie; it was great to see. Even better was talking to people afterwards and hearing how much they enjoyed it. So much hard work goes into making a film that when you see it connecting with people, it’s a fantastic feeling.
We were also lucky enough to get some reviews and interviews out of our Cinequest experience. I’ve culled them all together for your reading/listening pleasure. Enjoy!
“Director Matt Jackson did one helluva job of making this film funny, fast paced, and bloody as hell! The entire cast did a stupendous job! The production value was off the charts! Overall, this film has something for everyone! If you like THE TOXIC AVENGER and NATIONAL LAMPOON’S VACATION, then LOVE IN THE TIME OF MONSTERS is right up your alley!! 5 out of 5 stars!! Highly recommended!!”
“A delightful throwback to goofy cheap horror flicks of yesteryear, except in this case, the actors and actresses can act and get lotsa laughs. This will wash that bitter, hating Paranormal Saw movie crap outta yer skull and replace it with fun, fun, FUN!”
“If only the on-site Abraham Lincoln impersonating doctor can synthesize an antidote before everyone suffers horrible, hilarious deaths. Yeah, this movie is pretty freakin’ awesome.”
“It’s kind of the best plot ever with some fun effects and surprises as well… It’s quirky and bizarre…a classic camp cult in the making.”
“Love In The Time Of Monsters, One Of The Best Horror Films In AGES!”
Thanks again to everybody at Cinequest for hosting such an awesome festival, and treating us so well. We definitely want to come back sometime soon! And thanks to everyone who supported us, either in San Jose or through the interwebs. We couldn’t have done it without you!