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Narrative Films Sure to be Crowd Pleasers at the 2016 Oxford Film Festival

Curtains rise on the 2016 Oxford Film Festival on February 17
Curtains rise on the 2016 Oxford Film Festival on February 17

Expected “standouts” in the narrative division at this year’s Oxford Film Festival (OFF) are many; some of which will be making their world premier showings at the mid-February festival.

The following list of must-see narratives was released recently by OFF:

Forced Move by Tony Bloodworth
Forced Move by Tony Bloodworth

Forced Move by Tony Bloodworth tells of a man who discovers a series of brutal murders while on his daily jog. Realizing his home is next in the path of the killers, he races against time to save his family. The movie will be making its world premiere at OFF this year.

Mark Potts’ superhero comedy 'Spaghetti Man'
Mark Potts’ superhero comedy ‘Spaghetti Man’

Mark Potts’ superhero comedy Spaghetti Man features the character, Clark, doesn’t care about you. He doesn’t care about the world. He barely cares about himself. But after an incident with an old bowl of spaghetti and a malfunctioning microwave, he becomes a superhero that can fight crime with the power of spaghetti. However, you have to pay him. Spaghetti Man will also be making its world premiere at OFF.

'Saved by Grace' by Johnny Remo
‘Saved by Grace’ by Johnny Remo

Johnny Remo’s Saved by Grace stars Joey Lawrence as a bitter ex-cop trying to come to terms with a tragic past with the help of a new relationship which brings some grace into his life.

'Slip, Tumble, and Slide' by Max Myers
‘Slip, Tumble, and Slide’ by Max Myers

Max Myers’ Slip, Tumble, and Slide features Scott Wilson and Katherine Ross in a story about overcoming addiction through faith, music and love.

'Ladies of the House' by John Stuart Wildman
‘Ladies of the House’ by John Stuart Wildman

John Stuart Wildman’s critically acclaimed grindhouse genre film, The Ladies of the House starring Anime voice talent Brina Palencia and former adult film star Michelle ‘Belladonna’ Sinclair, follows the events surrounding a birthday outing with two brothers and a friend which turns into a horrific fight for survival after they become trapped in a house with a “family” of malevolent women who enjoy a pin-up lifestyle and a special diet.

'Jonathon Demme Presents Made in Texas'
‘Jonathon Demme Presents Made in Texas’

Also in the narrative division, a special presentation of the restored Jonathon Demme Presents Made in Texas is a short film compilation about the punk rock scene of the 70s and early 80s. The film was originally screened in 1981.

'Dude Bro Party Massacre III'
‘Dude Bro Party Massacre III’

And lastly, the film Dude Bro Party Massacre III is the comedy troupe 5-Second Films’ hysterical twist on 1980’s slasher flicks. In the wake of two back-to-back mass murders on Chico’s frat row, loner Brent Chirino must infiltrate the ranks of a popular fraternity to investigate his twin brother’s murder at the hands of the serial killer known as Motherface.

The 2016 Oxford Film Festival will take place February 17-21 and will be held predominantly at Malco Oxford Commons. Leading to the festival’s kickoff on Feb. 17, check HottyToddy.com for other features and what to expect at the popular festival.

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