It Came From Lake Michigan Festival LineUp

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It Came From Lake Michigan, Wisconsin's Premiere Independent Genre Film Festival, celebrating the art of Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy Filmmaking announces the full lineup of films guests, and classes for it's 2007 Festival.

It Came From Lake Michigan returns to the Milwaukee area October 25-28th, 2007 at The Tommy G. Thompson Center in Wisconsin State Fair Park, West Allis, WI just minutes from downtown Milwaukee. Tickets are on-sale now through the official website, http://www.itcamefromlakemichigan.com Thursday Oct 25, 2007
7:00 PM - Premiere: Carnivorous (Special Event) $20 See Wisconsin's own Lighting Rod Studio's Carnivorous! Walk a Red Carpet, meet and mingle with the cream of Wisconsin Film makers and those from around the Midwest.

Friday Oct 26, 2007
11:30 am Doors open
Poe Room
12 pm - Brain Dead
2pm - Damaged
4pm - Mark Borchardt trailers and Q/A
6pm - The Medium
7pm - Tree
9pm - (spek.ter)
          Staving
10:30 pm - Hopewell Haunting

Howard Room
12 pm - Short Film Block I
Chase
Zombie Wife
Peek A Boo
Back Roads
W.O.R.M.

2pm - Short Film Block II
Attack of the Space Mowers
Guardian
Threat Level Orange
Still Breathing

4pm - Short Film Block III
Burr Effect II
By Appointment Only

8 pm - Mortuary Girls

August Derleth Room

12pm - Blood Shed
2pm - Stupid Teenagers Must Die!
4pm - Take II

7pm - Premiere: Exile - Mike Conway's latest sci-fi film. Meet the director
himself as well as the beautiful star of the film, Heather Lei Guzzetta.
Walk the red carpet and mingle with the best and the brightest in
independent film.

Gala Party - $20 in advance $25 at the Door Must be 21. Limited to the first
100. Could be filled by Show time! Festival director Wayne Clingman and assistant director William Zenobia bring you the party to end all parties!
Hosted by MARS and Sofiya Mina Smirnova Music by Orphonic Orchestra
Entertainment by the Living Dead Girls You do not have to wait to go to Hell it has been brought to you! Costumes are encouraged but not mandatory.

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