The first IT CAME FROM TEXAS Film Festival toasts quirky, campy films made in Texas that fit the horror genre as it stood in the 1950s and '60s along with the cult classic first slasher film that changed everything in the horror genre going forward: THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE. Festivities kick off on Saturday, October 28, and Sunday, October 29 will be full of b-movies that spent their time at the drive-ins around the country in the 1950s and '60s. Sprinkled in with three of the film slots will be short films made by the students of the Garland High School Reel Owl Cinema film program. The final night of the festival won't be a quiet one. The Festival will close things out with a live riff on one of Texas' biggest and baddest Monster Movies with Texas' only interactive movie mocking comedy troupe: The Mocky Horror Picture Show!