Idaho Horror Film Festival
We're heerree!!!!! The Idaho Horror Film Festival is screaming back into Boise, October 13th-15th!
The Idaho Horror Film Festival is a non-profit international film exhibition whose mission is to shine a spotlight on Idaho’s emerging filmmakers. The genre of horror is the common thread that has stitched itself into the fabric of the filmmaking community. Through the mediums of independent film, food, music, literature and art, we strive to expand the cultural experience within Boise’s vibrant community. We aim to develop a supportive framework for Idaho’s emerging filmmakers with the mission of providing more access to resources and education for individuals wanting to explore the medium of film. By strengthening the film making community in Idaho, we will fan the flames of creativity and set Idaho’s film industry ablaze.
IHFF screens films in five categories; Feature Length, Animated, Shorts, Foreign and the “locals only” classification of Spud and Guts. This category is a no fee contest designed to promote our native filmmakers. The Idaho Horror Film Festival is the launch pad for Idaho filmmakers.
Parties, panels, discussions, workshops and films from around the world are on tap for the 3rd installment of Idaho's only horror genre festival.
The IHFF 2016 Pass will get you into both Celebrity Screenings! The Blair Witch Project with Writer/Director Daniel Myrick and The Hills Have Eyes with horror icon, Michael Berryman. Passholders will get early entry to these events so can pick the best seats in the house.
And dont forget, we take care of your ticket fees when you purchase your passes through EventBrite.
Tickets to specific blocks will be on sale throught The Egyptian Theatre boxoffice. www.egyptiantheatre.net
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Yes. Some events are 21+ only.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
We reccomend parking at
and is located next to our screening venue, the Egyptian Theatre
What can/can't I bring to the event?
No outside food or drinks. Bring identification, cash or card, and prepared to be scared.
You can bring personal items to be signed.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
No, tickets are not transferrable and there are no refunds given.