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[Horror Short] Official Trailer for ‘The Russian Sleep Experiment’

Chris Savage

I’m sure you guys have read the Creepy Pasta story The Russian Sleep Experiment? It’s quite possibly one of the most well known and popular stories to come out of Creepy Pasta, and rightfully so. It’s an eerie tale which reads as if it could have happened, and maybe it did? Either way, it’s garnered enough attention that the material is set to materialize as a short horror film from Timothy Smith. As such, we have scored the first official trailer, which sets up the dark, and upsetting tone of the flick.

SynopsisThree nazi war criminals are held captive in a Russian compound where they are given a gas that keeps them awake for 30 days. Morality will be tested and sanity will be bent. Its very different on the other side of the gas.

The Russian Sleep Experiment stars Gary Brunner as the Russian Scientist, Michael Bugard as Dr. Felix Nast, Brett Sulferino as Ulrich Shultz, and Zach Ross as Hanz Berlitz.

The film is currently on the festival circuit, so keep those eyes peeled for this one if you haven’t done so already.

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The Russian Sleep Experiment Poster



5 Comments

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      1. Mia Consuelo Pairo November 6, 2015 at 3:45 pm

        the trailer wont even load here or on youtube for some reason. 😛

      2. Midnight Marauder November 7, 2015 at 5:31 pm

        It played okay. But my guess is the film will fall underwhelmingly short of expectations compared to the sheer brilliance of the actual story.

      3. lo November 17, 2015 at 2:30 pm

        Neither of those stories originated on “creepypasta”.

        Do your research man!

        • Chris Savage November 18, 2015 at 9:55 am

          Perhaps not “originated” but it definitely became more well known thanks to the story on “Creepy Pasta.”

        • Mirabella March 13, 2016 at 9:51 pm

          Do you know where the story originated from? Or who is the original author?