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[Horror Short] A ‘Strange Thing’ Lurks In Your Living Room
Written by Chris Savage, Today | No Comments
Are you guys after a quick fix of horror? Well, we have your back as we have scored Alrik Bursell’s horror short Strange Thing, in all its gooey entirety below. Trust me, this one is a great little slice of horror which I think many of you will love.  Give it a watch below and let us [...]

First Chilling Teaser Trailer for Fatal Pictures’ Heir
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 13 Days Ago. | No Comments
We’ve had a close eye on Richard Powell’s latest flick Heir for some time, a film which is produced by Zach Green. We’ve been intrigued ever since we read the log-line and even more pumped when we found out that Bill Oberst, Jr., and Robert Nolan are starring in the short. So naturally, when the teaser hit we [...]

Exclusive: Nathan Thomas Milliner Talks The Confession of Fred Krueger
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 20 Days Ago. | No Comments
Earlier today we received word via the fine folks over at Dread Central, that Nathan Thomas Milliner, the awesome artist who has created a slew of designs for Scream Factory and for HorrorHound Magazine has created a fan film out of respect of Wes Craven’s A Nightmare On Elm Street, and it just so happens to be a prequel [...]

Official Trailer & Poster for The Confession of Fred Krueger
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 21 Days Ago. | 35 Comments
I absolutely love Wes Craven’s A Nightmare On Elm Street and the many sequels that followed. It was just something about the film and Fred Krueger himself that I just had to know more, it’s just a shame that we never got a prequel although there were shades of early Krueger in Freddy’s Dead, but [...]

Kung Fury Has Arrived and It’s Awesome!
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 67 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
The day is finally here. Many will talk about this day for years as today marks the premiere of quite possibly the greatest film ever made. Yes, this is David Sandberg’s Kung Fury, and it’s freakin’ awesome! It’s so awesome that David Hasselhoff even recorded a song for the film, and when you’ve got The Hoff, you [...]

Predator Goes Medieval in New Fan Film ‘Predator: Dark Ages’
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 68 Days Ago. | 7 Comments
After a small, but successful, Kickstarter campaign last year director and writer James Bushe was able to put together his intricate fan film dedicated to the “Predator” series. “Predator: Dark Ages” sees the classic Predator alien take on a group of knights during the crusades.  If Arnold Schwarzenegger utilizing modern weaponry had difficulty fighting the [...]

First Look at Fatal Pictures’ Heir
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 89 Days Ago. | No Comments
From Richard Powell comes his latest short Heir, and we have scored the official poster as well as a couple of stills to give you a taste of this little horror short which stars the indie horror icon Bill Oberst, Jr., and so far this one sounds as if it will hit the mark. Oh, did [...]

Machinima Announces RoboCop and Clive Barker Shorts for Their Web Series
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 91 Days Ago. | No Comments
Machinima, the online digital collective looks to be getting back in the game with a slew of short-form web series as The Wrap reports that they will be unleashing projects that include RoboCop and several shorts from the man himself, Clive Barker and a little Sci-fi project among others. Read on for some early details. Clive [...]

[Horror Short] Welcome to the Death House
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 97 Days Ago. | No Comments
Damn, what a house! Let me introduce you to Michael DiBernardo’s horror short Death House. A horror short which looks to have taken inspiration from such films as Friday the 13th and Hatchet, while also crafting it’s own unique villain and giving us something to truly get behind. And yes, we have the short in its [...]

[Trailer] IntesTed Is The Most Bizarre Movie You Will Ever See!
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 104 Days Ago. | No Comments
Forget everything you know about film. Everything. You think you’ve seen it all? You ain’t seen nothing until you see Cam Schwartz and Phil Pattison’s short film IntesTed. It is quite possibly the most bizarre short I have ever seen and you know what? I loved it! It’s just so insane it’s hard not to love, from [...]

[Horror Short] The Sceptic
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 117 Days Ago. | No Comments
As you guys know we absolutely love the indie scene and we do what ever we can to help get the word out, so you guys can find this new talent wherever he or she may lay. Speaking of which, we have found a rising talent in the form of Kev Harte, a UK-based writer [...]

[Horror Short] Employee of the Month
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 128 Days Ago. | No Comments
You’d think it would be easy being being a monster such as a vampire or zombie, but how would you cope if you decided to change your career path into something less sinister? Well, Olivier Beguin (Chimères) has an answer for that with his horror/comedy short film Employee of the Month (Employé du Mois), which is [...]

[Video] What if John Carpenter Directed Frozen?
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 163 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
“Do you want to build a horribly misshapen human? Come on lets go and slay!”  John Carpenter’s “The Thing” is pretty much the definitive movie to watch on a snowy day, but in the years following the film’s release a new challenger has come to take that title. Let’s face it, if you have kids [...]

Tripwire Releases Short Film for ‘The Killing Floor’
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 166 Days Ago. | No Comments
“Killing Floor 2″ is slated to come out some time this year, but while Tripwire Interactive gears up for the release they’ve partnered with a production team to take us to the past.  Teaming up with Type A/B productions, Tripwire has put together a short prequel film that explains the events that led up to the [...]

El Gigante [Review]
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 173 Days Ago. | No Comments
A few months back we received a trailer for a short film entitled El Gigante, which is directed by Gigi Saul Guerrero, produced by Luchagore Productions and based upon Shane McKenzie’s novel Muerte Con Carne. Being a huge wrestling fan and from that small tease I was salivating all over my monitor, but I had no [...]

[Horror Short] He Took His Skin Off For Me
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 201 Days Ago. | 3 Comments
Sometimes we get a short film that come across our way and we have zero expectations whatsoever, but upon viewing it it simply leaves us in awe, and that’s exactly the case with Ben Aston’s short film, which is in fact his grad film from the London Film School and it’s freakin’ awesome! The short [...]

Zombies Go Parkour in New ‘Dying Light’ Video
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 205 Days Ago. | No Comments
Zombies doing parkour? Okay, this video clearly exists in the realm of fantasy.  We all know that real life zombies would be incapable of performing such death defying feats as their limbs would probably rip off as they leap from building ledge to building ledge.  Still, this is a pretty great way to promote your [...]

[Video] Season’s Greetings from The Babadook
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 224 Days Ago. | No Comments
I think it’s pretty safe to say that nearly everyone has been running around like headless chickens getting prepared for the holidays, I know I have. But sometimes you just need to sit back and unwind with a little festive cheer. But, there has to be a little bit of horror thrown in, right? So, [...]

Cool ‘Critters’ Fan Film From the Director of ‘ThanksKilling’
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 224 Days Ago. | 4 Comments
With new “Critters” content on the horizon in the form of a digital online series, you have to wonder who would be up to the task of directing a series based on such a campy property.  In order to capture the spirit of the film series, you would have to be able to combine a [...]

[Horror Short] NOKA: Keeper of Worlds
Written by Chris Savage, Posted 230 Days Ago. | No Comments
We love horror shorts around these parts. They’re little slices of pure awesomeness which often show a ton of potential. Sure, from time to time a short turns up with no conviction and it simply falls flat, but more often than not they deliver, and they deliver very well. That brings us to Shaun Escayg’s [...]