The Bears square off against the Lions on Thursday, in what’s sure to be a nigh-unwatchable nightmare, so what’s a Chicagoan to do to pass the time on Sunday? Just $10 gets you in for a full day of films at the Chicago Paranormal Film Festival, where I’ll be signing copies of QUALIA NOUS, LOST IN THE WITCHING HOUR, and LOSING TOUCH.

But I’m just the undercard. A single Hamilton nets you independent features, film shorts, and documentaries spanning the paranormal, supernatural, and sci-fi genres, like BACHELOR’S GROVE, directed by Ricardo Islas:

Screening Sunday at the CPFF.

Just one of the festival entrants.

Inspired by the very real Bachelor’s Grove Cemetery just outside of Midlothian and Oak Forest in Chicago’s southwest suburbs, BACHELOR’S GROVE (Alpha Studios) is about something that happened (or didn’t happen) in the cemetery that turns families and neighbors against each other–violently–in an otherwise close-knit community.

And it’s just one of the movies you can catch at the Chicago Paranormal Film Fest at Schurz High School in Chicago this Sunday. Imagine that–a full day of movies for just $10. At that price, you can come by and spend some scratch in the vendor’s room. Hi.

Christian A. Larsen is the author of LOSING TOUCH, featuring a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, now available in paperback and ebook formats from Post Mortem Press.

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