Two great film events at one low price: a block of great new Canadian genre shorts (including Jason William Lee's hilariously dark Down the Hill with Jack and Jill) and then, screening in B.C. for the first time: Canadian indie film legend Larry Kent's shot in B.C. presciently timely feature shocker: She Who Must Burn, with the director and many of the cast and crew attending and participating in a Q & A.
«The most effective and frightening horror films are those based in reality, whether it’s actual events or what could easily happen. Larry Kent’s SHE WHO MUST BURN taps into actual events and then takes it to the next level, a level that’s entirely possible.” beneaththeunderground
(At the VBAFF.com awards gala Feb 25, Larry Kent will also receive a lifetime achievement award for 55 years of badass indie Canadian filmmaking that started with 1963's The Bitter Ash; She Who Must Burn is also nominated for several Badass 2018 awards presented at the gala see vbaff.com for more information).