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9 Awesome Christmas Themed Short Horror Films You Must See!
Written by Chris Savage, December 22, 2016
**[UPDATE]** As more and more Christmas themed shorts are created, I’ll be growing this list with the best that I can find, so enjoy and check out the festive mayhem below! I’m pretty sure you guys have seen every single Christmas-themed horror movie known to man, and let’s be honest, you can only watch the same

Eve of the Nutcracker [Horror Short]
Written by Chris Savage, December 21, 2016
Being that Christmas is almost upon us, I think it’s time we get into the festive spirit, but I think we could use a little help, you know, to gets things really sinister. Thankfully our good friend Kyle Martellacci is treating us with a little festive terror. Below, for your viewing enjoyment, we have his latest

[Horror Short Review] Agatha
Written by Chris Savage, December 16, 2016
We’ve seen our fair share of shorts around these parts, and we’re always on the look-out for more. Some hit the brief and others fall flat, and then there are some that leave you so intrigued that you just crave more and more, such is the case with Timothy Vandenberg’s latest short Agatha. The film comes in at

Candy Skin [Horror Short Review]
Written by Chris Savage, November 4, 2016
What is it with body horror and Canadians doing it so freakin’ well? You know, it really all boils down to the master, and that is David Cronenberg, and thanks to him we have a slew of works inspired by the man to help salivate our craving for body horror. And speaking of which, we

[Video] Sneak Peek Look at ‘Linnea & Lacey: Millennial Witches’
Written by Chris Savage, November 1, 2016
From Linnea Sage, known for her voice work in Marvel’s Avengers Academy game (Nebula and Agent 13) comes her upcoming horror-comedy series, Linnea & Lacey: Millennial Witches, and we’ve scored a sneak peek look to give you a little taste of what to expect. The series is described as a profusion of Clueless and The Craft, which features Linnea

[Horror Short Review] Cindy Maples’ Out of my Mind
Written by Chris Savage, October 27, 2016
Cindy Maples first caught our eye with her stellar short, Random, and since then we’ve been keeping a close eye on her for her next directorial effort, and again, she has delivered an interesting and engaging tale. The short is titled Out of my Mind, which stars Rusty James, the duo previously collaborated together on Maples’ earlier short,

‘Don’t Do It!’ – Adam Green’s Annual Halloween Short Has Arrived
Written by Chris Savage, October 13, 2016
Continuing on the yearly tradition, Adam Green and ArieScope have crafted together their Halloween short for this year and it’s a doozy! I’m not going to reveal anything, all I suggest is that you go and take a peek at the video below and let us know what you thought? The short, Don’t Do It!,  stars

First Look at Peter Mckeirnon’s Horror Short ‘Swings & Roundabouts’
Written by Chris Savage, October 4, 2016
Peter Mckeirnon is quickly becoming a director that you guys should really keep your eyes upon. He’s been delivering the stellar web-series Dead Town for the better part of the year, and doing so, he has begun to hone his craft very well. It’s entertaining, and if you guys love Shaun of the Dead, I’d

Are You Waiting for More ‘Turbo Kid’? Check Out This Apple Prequel Music Video
Written by Chris Savage, September 28, 2016
I absolutely loved François Simard, Anouk Whissell, and Yoann-Karl Whissell’s Turbo Kid. It was my favorite film of last year, just loved it. But, I think it’s fair to say that Apple, played by Laurence Leboeuf, totally stole the show. She was just charming, adorable and totally bat-shit crazy! So, with the awesome soundtrack which included Le Matos‘ No Tomorrow,

Official Teaser Trailer for Cindy Maples’ Horror Short ‘Out of my Mind’
Written by Chris Savage, September 28, 2016
It was back in July of this year when we first ushered in the details pertaining to Cindy Maples’ latest horror short Out of my Mind, and since then, Cindy and her team have been hard at work and we have the first official teaser trailer for you to check out below. So far, this one

[Trailer] First Look at Jared Skolnick’s Highly Intriguing Short ‘Girl in the Basement’
Written by Chris Savage, August 19, 2016
Jared Skolnick is certainly no stranger around these parts, especially after delivering his stellar short The Earth Rejects Him (Check it out HERE). And now he has returned with yet another tale, and this sucker looks set to be awesome. The short is titled Girl in the Basement, which is written by Kt Baldassaro, and it asks

First Look at Cindy Maples’ ‘Out of my Mind’
Written by Chris Savage, July 20, 2016
Cindy Maples burst onto the scene last year with her stellar short film Random, and we are so happy to hear that she is working on yet another short which is titled Out of my Mind. The short is said to be influenced by the works of Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King, while being

[Video] ‘Sharkasaurus’ is ‘Tremors’ with Sharks!
Written by Chris Savage, June 28, 2016
From Spencer Estabrooks comes a short that is almost guaranteed to brighten your day, and you guys can take a peek at its awesomeness below. The short is titled Sharkasaurus and it’s pretty much Tremors with sharks and it looks as if they have combined the two brilliantly. So, head on down and check out the short,

‘Witch Hunt’ [Horror Short Review]
Written by Chris Savage, June 20, 2016
Independent films are where it’s at. They’re pretty much free to put their vision onto the screen anyway they see fit, of course budget pending, and as a result, we the viewer are greeted to an experience you’re not going to see via a major studio, and Richard Chandler (Gilgamesh) is quickly rising among the ranks

First Look at Sandy Collora’s Creature Feature ‘Shallow Water’
Written by Chris Savage, June 16, 2016
I’m just going to go straight in here; the creature in Sandy Collora’s Shallow Water looks fantastic! This is what we need and hopefully we will get it, but that comes down to us. Shallow Water is said to be the first in a series of short films which will be a part of a retro horror/sci-fi anthology feature, but they

[Video] Dead Town: Episode 2 – ‘This Must be the Place’
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
Peter Mckeirnon’s zombie web-series Dead Town is back with episode 2 ‘This Must be the Place’ and it’s a ton of fun, as we watch the continued adventures of our trio of misfits; John, 80s Dave and Butty, as they continue their search for John’s daughter. During this episode we are greeted to a new

The ‘Dark-Web’ Wants You to Scare Them
Written by Chris Savage, June 15, 2016
We’ve just received word of the upcoming horror/sci-fi series Dark-Web, which is set to be an eight-part anthology series with its themes set around the dark underbelly of the internet and they’re looking for short scripts that will terrify and scare them to the bone! If you think you’ve got an idea, that fills up 10-15

Misread [Short Film Review]
Written by Chris Savage, May 17, 2016
We here absolutely love short films, and we see it as an excellent learning experience for filmmakers and also a foot in the door for that feature film. Sometimes they pay off and sometimes you may just never hit it off, but there are a few that showcase a wide range of abilities and when you see

[Watch] “Not Alone” – The Third Episode from ‘The Witching Season’
Written by Chris Savage, May 4, 2016
Have you guys been following Michael Ballif’s free Halloween horror anthology The Witching Season? If not, I suggest you change that right now, as the series is simply growing from strength-to-strength, with each episode giving us something different and unique, but keeping within The Witching Season theme. Now, don’t be put off by this being free,

[Video] Witness the First Ever Time Travelling Slasher in ‘Slaypril Fools Day’
Written by Chris Savage, April 1, 2016
The guys over at Mycho Entertainment sure know how to do deliver the goods, and in the spirit of April Fools Day, they have ushered in the faux trailer for the fake horror franchise Slaypril Fools Day, and it’s a freakin’ blast! Step right in as we venture into da hood, then travel through galaxies