This September, Austin audiences will see black magic and science meet in AGHORA: The Deadliest Black Magic from acclaimed Austin native and director Francois Larosa.
Presented by Mike Entertainments and produced by Vega American Productions, AGHORA: The Deadliest Black Magic is guaranteed to chill Austin audiences to the bone with pure terror during its citywide theatrical run at three Alamo Drafthouses locations: Mueller, South Lamar, and Lakeline.
A clash of black magic and high-tech science directed at her from two fronts sends Jenny into a downward spiral of psychic pain, physical torture, and spiritual torment as she finds herself the terrifying subject of both an obsessed stalker and vindictive co-workers on a mission to destroy her.
The film features a stellar cast, which includes Alexis Juliana, Danny Trevino, Mario Zamora, Stephen Latham, Tj Condit, Sunday Flint, and Scott Fulmer.
“With so many well-known horror films shot throughout the Texas capital, Austin has gone on to comprise itself of one of the country’s largest and most devoted horror film-loving communities.”
Aghora recently premiered to a sold-out audience at the Alamo Drafthouse on South Lamar earlier this month along with Larosa and the film’s producers decided to bring it to many more Austinites with nine different screenings throughout the month of September.
Nine screenings of Aghora are scheduled to be available to the public at the Alamo Drafthouse Mueller, Lakeline, and South Lamar, beginning Friday, September 28 through Sunday, September 30. Tickets are now available through EventBrite.
Additionally, a raffle will soon be announced for a winner’s package, which includes two tickets to any of the film’s upcoming September screenings (subject to availability), along with one free night in a private King Suite (Sunday-Thursday nights, holidays and blackout days excluded; expires February 28, 2018), presented by sponsor Native Hostels Austin. Details to follow.
For more information on Aghora: The Deadliest Black Magic, visit www.aghoramovie.com. For more information or questions on the film’s run, call (323) 386-2300, or email [email protected].