Larry Fessenden's BLACKOUT

eastwood performing arts center · Ages 17+ · 104 mins



Charley’s secret is he thinks he’s a werewolf. He can’t remember the things he’s done but the papers report random acts of violence taking place at night in this small upstate hamlet. Now the whole town must rally to find out what is tearing it apart: mistrust, fear, or a monster that comes out at night.


APRIL 12th/ 7PM: A special Q&A with director Larry Fessenden moderated by Asta Paredes and special cast and crew appearances will follow the screening.

APRIL 12th/ 10PM: Screening will be introduced by director Larry Fessenden. 


Starring Alex Hurt, Addison Timlin, Motell Gyn Foster, Rigo Garay, Joseph Castillo-Midyett, John Speredakos, Michael Buscemi, Joe Swanberg, Barbara Crampton, James Le Gros, Marshall Bell, Asta Paredes and Clay von Carlowitz


Blackout is a fantastic film. the story is solid, the characters are well-realized and believable and the werewolf moments are positively brutal.” – Daily Dead

Every aspect of blackout — its pacing, its beautiful character work, its very specific structure — seems to gleefully abandon expectation and convention, and trusts that audiences will take this sad/funny trip crafted by a wholly original cinematic voice.” – Fangoria

There aren’t a lot of filmmakers out there who’ve been making horror as smart and emotionally gripping as Larry Fessenden over the last several decades, and blackout shows us that he has no intention of slowing down.” – Screen Anarchy

Larry Fessenden’s film is a work of fascinatingly conflicted, far-reaching curiosity” – Slant


Parking can be found at 1110 N Western Ave