RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The fascination with horror movies and their link to rock music set the tone for the "Rock Horror in Rio Film Festival", which is being screened at three locations. The main one is the Laura Alvim Cultural House, in Ipanema. The other points are the MAM's Cinematheque (Museum of Modern Art) and the Cultural Reserve, in Niterói.
In special and competitive shows, the festival features 53 horror movies, from 12 different countries, divided into five categories, most of them concerning duration. They are Dark Feature Films, Bizarre Average Films, Macabre Short Films and Fear . . .