Built in a time when the theater experience included the venue itself it still retains most of its original décor of it’s Spanish Baroque architectural style with Egyptian touches by noted Theatre designer L.A. Smith. The Auditorium features plaster ornaments, colorful stenciling, organ screens supported by harpies (half woman, half vulture) and a glaring mythological gargoyle with red eyes staring down from the proscenium arch. “With a rich history of showing movies that are a little different and quite frankly it’s kind of creepy décor we thought it was the perfect place to premiere our film and thanks to the great support we’ve had from the folks at Landmark Theaters it has become a reality for us!” said James Anthony Cotton the film’s director. “We decided to make the tickets reasonable and the whole experience as much fun as we can for everyone with costume discounts, give-aways and more” he added. “The Confessional”
More information on the film can be found at the film website: http://www.theconfessionalmovie.com or on IMDb under James Anthony Cotton/ The Confessional.