Have you had enough yet? Did you lose out on the last role of toilet paper? Are you debating the merits of the Exorcist vs. Exorcist III with your cat? Has the isolation started to creep under your skin and in to your psyche? Good! You’re in luck. There’s a new short horror anthology that looks at the dark and horrific side of ISOLATION!
Tag Archive for ‘Horror Short Films’
Horror Shorts: Living with Jigsaw & Working with Jigsaw (2013,2016)
Project Greenlight alum Chris Capel wants to play a game with one of the biggest horror franchises around!
Horror Shorts: Treevenge (2008)
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Ah…the holidays. Yes. Those holidays. The Christmas-y ones. The holidays that fill you full of joy, happiness, togetherness, peace, family…frustration, long lines, anger, resentment, hatred, and, AND, AND….CHRISTMAS TREES! The bane of the past, present, and the future. Commercialism mixed with a toxic cocktail of entitlement, greed, waste, and environmental cynicism and acrimony. Just a plain ol’ dislike for mother earth.
The Scariest Things Podcast Episode L: A One Year Retrospective
One year in the books, and it’s time to reflect upon our experience as Podcasters and Writers!
Scariest Things Podcast: Episode XXVII (Portland Horror Film Festival Recap)
Ain’t no horror festival like to the Portland Horror Festival — cuz the Portland Horror Festival don’t stop! This one […]
The Scariest Things at the Overlook Film Festival: Day 2: The Short Films
Good things come in short packages! There were some great short films in this year’s Overlook Film Festival. Read on!
Horror Shorts: The Fisherman (2015)
A hard-luck Hong Kong fisherman gets more than he bargained for, in his desperate last attempt to secure his way of life, in this impressive short film.
The Scariest Things Goes to the Oscars Part II: Horror Film Nomination Snubs
With the Oscars a mere week away, it’s time to recognize that the horror genre often gets consistently locked out of the big Hollywood party. Here is an all-time list of the films and people who should have been nominated for each Academy category.