‘Lake Michigan Monster’- A Virtual Toronto After Dark PremiereJuly 27, 2020
If you want to watch something zany, twisted, hilarious, and fun, this movie is just for you.
This Friday, July 31st at midnight there will be an online screening of the wacky and wonderful Lake Michigan Monster, written and directed by Ryan Brickson Cole Tews.
Hosted by Toronto After Dark Film Festival, Altavod, and Arrow Video, Lake Michigan Monster was shot in gloriously retro black and white on a shoestring budget, with most of the cast also performing multiple roles behind the camera, Lake Michigan Monster is an inventive, irreverent and riotously entertaining ode to the classic monster movies of yesteryear: an absurdist urban legend guaranteed to appeal to the big kid in all of us.
Tickets are $10 USD (approx. less than $14 CAD based on current the exchange rate) for a 24-hour rental period. (A portion of your ticket purchase directly supports the Toronto After Dark Film Festival, while the remainder supports independent filmmaking & distribution).
Check out this link to the events page for all the details:
In the meantime, here is the trailer for you to enjoy: