Download the 2015 EPK and check out some of the kind words below written about past Damnationland screenings:

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– “‘Damnationland’ has become a pretty big deal on the Maine film scene. . . the 2015 installment represents a major tipping point in this cinematic experiment”
‘Damnationland 2015’ premieres Friday in Portland – additional screenings around the state
by Dennis Perkins | October 12, 2015 | Maine Today

Damnationland 2015 – Charlotte Warren & Erin Enberg
by Krister B. Rollins | October 8, 2015 | WCSH6

– “…the whole affair is a bloodfeast of young dramatic talent.”
The Way Life Should Bleed
by Dispatch Staff | October 1, 2015 | Dispatch Magazine

– “These are dark, surreal, and fantastic pieces; and they offer film fans an excellent sampling of the talent producing independent film in Maine today.”
Damnationland 2015: Exclusive Artwork Premiere and Early Details
by Debbie Moore | September 15, 2015 | Dread Central

– “Begun in 2010, the ‘Damnationland’ films have attracted the best and brightest (and perhaps most sinister) of the Maine film scene for its lineup of Pine Tree State chills.”
Maine-made ‘Damnationland’ features dark, sinister, thrilling films for a dark season
by Dennis Perkins | October 6, 2014 | Maine Today

– “The 2013 version of the all-Maine horror anthology film series is as polished and impressive a piece of work as any in its four year history”
‘Damnationland’ filmmakers deliver wicked good chills
by Dennis Perkins | October 24, 2013 | Portland Press Herald

— “Lobozzo shot the story in rich black and white, and the sound features more creaks than a roomful of rocking chairs.”
Lewiston filmmaker serving chills (subscription required)
by Daniel Hartill | October 27, 2011 | Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal

— “These are not just special screenings for fans of Halloween, or of scary movies. This event is for anyone in the Portland area who appreciates independent film, and for people who want to celebrate the spirit of the Movies on Exchange Street.”
The Movies on Exchange Street Reawakens for Halloween Weekend
by Shannon Bryan | October 25, 2011 | Maine Today

— “Throw aside the Hollywood-horror drivel and go local this Halloween.”
Damnationland film festival brings horror to Vacationland
by Dylan Martin | October 23, 2011 | The Free Press

Get your horror movie fix with ‘Damnationland’
by Heather O’Bryan | October 20, 2011 | WLBZ2

— “I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again now: ‘Damnationland‘ is kind of a big deal.”
Indie Film: Terror again haunts Maine in spawn of ‘Damnationland’
by Dennis Perkins | October 20, 2011 | Portland Press Herald

— “For a Maine-made Halloween experience, it’s the whole bag of candy.”
Damnationland puts spotlight on scary side of Maine-made film
by Emily Burnham | October 20, 2011 | Bangor Daily News

— “A marvelous collection…”
Damnationland Part 2 Hits Theaters Next Week!
by Dispatch Staff | October 14, 2011 | Dispatch Magazine

— “Anyone who’s walked across State Street at the ungoverned Longfellow Square crosswalk can appreciate the acting challenge confronting Aly Spaltro.”
Filming Begins for Damnationland Horror Screening
by David Carkhuff | July 28, 2011 | Portland Daily Sun

“Damnationland” hits theaters around Maine
by Rob Wilbur | October 29, 2010 | WCSH6

— “We want to try to get people to realize hey, there is a Maine film scene…”
Halloween will feature Maine films
by Abigail Curtis | October 29, 2010 | Bangor Daily News

— “…all original, all shot in Maine, and all guaranteed to freak you right the heck out.”
Indie Film: ‘Damnationland’: Going Mainescream
by Dennis Perkins | October 28, 2010 | Portland Press Herald

— “Both Mr. King and Mr. Poe would be proud.”
Review: Damnationland: The Way Life Should Bleed
by Christopher Gray | October 27, 2010 | Portland Phoenix

—”‘It’s just really exciting to see all this work, especially with all of these great filmmakers together,’ [filmmaker Nick Poulin] said.”
Welcome to ‘Damnationland: The Way Life Should Bleed’
by Randy Billings | October 26, 2010 | The Forecaster

— “Some are funny, some are more like dramas, and some are genuinely, uncomfortably disturbing.”
Indie Film: ‘Damnationland’ gives seven filmmakers a horror show
by Dennis Perkins | October 21, 2010 | Portland Press Herald

The Way Life Should Bleed