Christos Petropoulos’ Subconscious to Screen at the Googleheads Independent Film Festival

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Christos Petropoulos is a great guy and an excellent director, so I’m always excited when his 2010 “found footage” chiller “Subconscious” has an opportunity to play to an audience. If you’re going to be in or around Reading, UK on July 16th, you should stop by and check out the Googleheads Independent Film Festival. The immensely enjoyable flick is a part of “Don’t Look Now”, a horror-themed segment which will screen both “Subconscious” and Tim Biddiscombe’s “Night Dragon”. Festivities kick off at 6pm at The Forbury Hotel, so be sure to get there early. If you require more information about the festival, be sure to stop by the official website.

Read our review of “Subconscious” by boldly venturing to this particular location. You can also check out the trailer below.

Thanks to Mr. Petropoulos for the heads up.


Author: Todd Rigney

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