Category: Horror in Short

Horror in Short: Sweet Madness (2015)

Posted on 07/16/15 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have picked up on the great excitement online regarding the upcoming addition to the Batman series of movies, Suicide Squad. The makers of Suicide Squad aren’t stupid, and they know that a glimpse here or a peek there will do most of their advertising […]

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Horror in Short: Slit (2015)

Posted on 03/31/15 by Keri

New Sci-Fi Series ‘Portal’ Coming to Dailymotion

Posted on 03/20/15 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea Now here’s a first for internet giants Dailymotion: from 31st March, the site will be screening its first scripted drama, Portal, which will run in five episodes. Broadly sci-fi in nature, the series takes place in a recognisable modern Britain, only where the virtual world has been stepped up a notch; ‘Portal’ […]

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Horror In Short: The Preylude sets scene for Volumes of Blood

Posted on 02/26/15 by Ben
Volumes of Blood

By Ben Bussey You may recall back in January we posted the trailer for Volumes of Blood, a new microbudget indie horror anthology. Well, in just over two weeks – on Friday the 13th of March, no less – it’s set to have its world premiere in Owensboro, Kentucky, and in honour of this writer-director-producer […]

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Horror in Short: The Outer Darkness (2014)

Posted on 02/18/15 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea In former times, people thought of diseases and afflictions as evidence of God’s wrath, or even evidence of the intervention of malign forces – namely demons, entities which could infiltrate and possess the human body, given the opportunity. In modern times, we have (mostly) disposed of these ideas, and now view afflictions […]

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Horror in Short: Revelations (2014)

Posted on 11/21/14 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea Now here’s a novel idea. We’re all familiar with the anthology – sometimes called ‘portmanteau’ movie, which typically consists of three interlinked stories, or at least three stories with an overarching framework. Why three? Three definitely still seems to be the magic number in storytelling, as it has been in an abundance […]

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Horror in Short: The Last Halloween

Posted on 10/28/14 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea Psst – want some help getting into the Halloween mood? You may not need any; it might well be enough that the nights are drawing in, the evenings are getting colder and the cutesy trappings of death and the supernatural are hanging in shop windows. Or, maybe you’re still feeling a little […]

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Horror in Short: James Sizemore’s Goat Witch (2014)

Posted on 10/04/14 by Ben

By Ben Bussey Hopefully by now you’re well aware of James Sizemore, multi-talented filmmaker behind the highly recommended low budget monster movie The Demon’s Rook, which came to VOD and iTunes in the US earlier this week. Regardless of whether you’ve been fortunate enough to see that gore-soaked, latex-heavy demonic horror extravaganza and have been […]

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Horror in Short: Daniel (2014)

Posted on 07/01/14 by Keri

Horror in Short: Dysmorphia (2013)

Posted on 06/25/14 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea We’re an unhappy array of meat-sacks, eh? Even in these times – in the Western world at least – of relative plenty and luxury (and before you argue, consider that you could have been born in the 14th Century) we treat our bodies like battlegrounds; when material concerns become secondary, we turn […]

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Horror in Short: Mass (2014)

Posted on 05/29/14 by Keri

Horror in Short Double Feature: Game (2013) and Torturous (2012)

Posted on 05/12/14 by Keri

Horror in Short Double Bill: The Beast (2012) and Little Reaper (2013)

Posted on 12/22/13 by Keri

Only Minutes Left to Vote in ‘ABC’s of Death 2′ 26th Director Contest

Posted on 11/14/13 by Deaditor

Horror in Short Double Bill – Crestfallen (2011) and Drool (2011)

Posted on 06/21/13 by Keri No Comments

Horror in Short Double Bill: Dollface (2011) and Girl at the Door (2013)

Posted on 06/06/13 by Keri 1 Comment

By Keri O’Shea It’s always a pleasure to encounter a filmmaker who really ‘gets’ short films, and it seems like we’ve found such a fella in Colin Campbell, two of whose films we’re happy to be able to show you in our latest instalment of Horror in Short. The first, Dollface (2011), takes us a […]

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First Images, Poster, from The Dead Can’t Be Distracted

Posted on 05/25/13 by Deaditor No Comments

by Deaditor McFarland and Pecci, the duo who brought you the grindhouse flicks Cold Hard Cash and Stray Bullet have wrapped production on their newest short film, The Dead Can’t be Distracted. The film, described by Pecci as “a stark new vision for the most infamous comic book anti-hero of all time” is “inspired by […]

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