Joel Reisig’s ‘Horse Camp: A Love Tail’ premieres Saturday, January 11 with doors opening at 6:00 pm, and the movie starting at 7:00 pm. It’s general admission. Tickets are $25.
Starring Richard Karn (Al from Home Improvement), as a kind but a socially inept handyman, this romantic comedy is about what happens when his character falls for legendary horse trainer, Bonnie Lightyear. It is up to the girls at camp to help him win her heart. “Horse Camp: A Love Tail” also stars Jason London, and Terri Lee, among
A film full of positive life lessons and strong female role models, this movie is clean enough for the the entire family while still entertaining for adults. Let your daughters get all dressed up and attend a real movie premiere in a stand alone, single screen, movie palace. “Horse Camp: A Love Tail” is a great choice for the entire family.
The night includes wine and sparkling water, piano music, free posters and autographs, coffee/cake. There will be private security in the lobby and the parking lots.
Tickets are available here:
A Dove.org review of Horse Camp: A Love Tail
About Joel Reisig
Joel Paul Reisig was born on February 2, 1984 in Michigan. The first cousin of actor Scott Leason Gast, Joel is of Israeli and Irish descent. He has had summer jobs as both a cowboy and a dog musher, and he is a professional stand up comedian, studying and performing at Second City Chicago and Improv Olympic. He is a producer and actor, known for Son of the Wolf, A Parent’s Worst Nightmare and Altitude (2017).