Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Local Films With Great Titles: 'Dick Night'

Posted By on Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 5:02 PM

I generally don't dig horror movies, myself—something about watching people get hacked to bits in odd ways makes me a bit uncomfortable—but Dick Night sounds like the kind of movie that I might consider breaking my anti-horror-movie oath for...and not because its title sounds like both a very honestly-titled porn flick and the name of a gritty noir detective.

Here's a blurb about the film, taken from its website:

Rachel hasn’t left her house in two months since being left at the altar. But today she’s moving on — she’s getting out of the house and going in search of some rebound sex to get over her broken heart. How hard could it be to get laid on Dick Night? If she can just deal with these goddamn vampires…

Dick Night was filmed in the Old Pueblo, by born-and-raised Tucsonan Andy Viner, who graduated from University High before getting degrees at Duke and USC.

If the trailer here has you intrigued (or, like me, you're wondering just what the hell "Dick Night" is as a concept) you'll soon be able to find Dick Night via Video on Demand starting Oct. 30.

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