Homegrown horror film ‘Bedridden’ screens June 5 at the Fountain Theater

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“Bedridden,” a locally made horror film, will have a special screening at 5:10 p.m. on Sunday, June 5 at the Fountain Theater, 2469 Calle de Guadalupe, in historic Mesilla Square.

There will be a question and answer period with the cast and crew after the screening, and movie posters will be distributed.

Tickets are $9 for adults; $8 for seniors 60+ and military; and $7 for Mesilla Valley Film Society members and children 14 and under.

Buy your tickets online at https://mesillavalleyfilm.org/. Click on “Showtimes and Tickets”, scroll down to the calendar, click on “June 5”, then on “Bedroom” on June 5.

All proceeds will be donated to the Fountain Theatre/Mesilla Valley Film Society.

The film was directed by Dakota Thomas and stars Elizabeth Elise Gonzalez, Angel Herrera, Hector Dez, Raquel Gomez, Cienna Valles, Ryan Rox and Al Matamoros. It was produced by Thomas, Gonzalez, Gomez and Christian Valencia, with photography and editing by Martin Ramirez.

According to www.horrorsociety.com “’Bedridden’ tells the story of Teri, “a weary widow, faced with the painful task of rebuilding her life as a single mother, following a traumatic encounter with an armed attacker. When her worst fears seem to come true, Teri finds herself bedridden and trapped with her new enemy in a game of cat and mouse about life and death.