2020 Wreak Havoc Drive-in Film Festival

          2020 brought a lot of uncertainty but you could still count on Wreak Havoc Productions, LLC to bring the festival and the scares just like in previous years. Wreak Havoc Productions teamed with Marketplace Cinemas in Winston Salem and brought you a Covid safe show from the comfort of your car.

October 21st and 22nd 2020, we gathered when the sun went down for two great nights of scares and laughs.

“No one could fathom the idea of missing a year of the festival. We knew there would be changes and limitations but we worked until we found a venue and formula that we knew would be successful. The show had to go on!” says, Annie Titus-Marketing Director

Director, Dan Sellers, reminding the patrons to be safe and wear a mask.

 

Wreak Havoc Productions unveiled the World Premiere of its newest film, the micro-short, Chatterbox, starring Sammie Cassell and Stephanie Griffin.  Chatterbox was written by Dan Sellers, based on a story by Sellers, Jeffrey Cochran and Sammie Cassell, and directed by Chad Hunt.

 

Although many of our traditions like our film panels, and vendors were put on hold because of the pandemic, we still managed to get feedback from the audience and were able to round our our judge curated festival winners with the audience favorite.

 

 

The 7th annual Wreak Havoc Horror Film Festival is currently open for submissions.  Filmmakers with horror shorts or features may submit to us now and receive a discounted early bird rate.  The festival is expected to be held this fall in the triad. 

Submission are only accepted through

Our 2021 festival winners’’ are below.