Author Eric Dimbleby will be signing his debut novel, Please Don’t Know, at the Railroad Square Cinema’s event Damnationland: The Way Life Should Bleed this Friday, Oct. 28 and Saturday, Oct. 29.
In the novel, Zephyr becomes immersed in a tangled web of horror when he discovers that his new friend is being kept hostage by a demonic presence. A twist of fate and a slick trade suck him deeper into a living nightmare where he is soon trapped by the lovesick siren. Zephyr must learn to deal with the insatiable, violent beast as he battles to keep his life, his loved ones, and his sanity intact.
Please Don’t Go was released in September.
Damnationland is a showcase of short Maine-made horror films that features local filmmakers, writers, actors, and music. New filmmakers are chosen every year for this unique cinematic event. Unlike many traditional film festivals, the shorts are continuously screened back to back, without interruption. All credits are held until the end of the final film, keeping the tension heightened and leaving viewers on the edge of their seats. The short films start at 9 p.m. Unrated. App. 80 min.
On Saturday night, there is a zombie costume and participants have the chance to win a free movie pass. Three people with the best costumes will receive a free pass to a future move at Railroad Square Cinema