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Short Film Review: AGATHA Is A Terrifying Secret Well Worth Discovering

The place is Pennsylvania, and the time period is the late 1800’s. On a daily basis, trains teeming with orphaned children would arrive unleashing these urchins onto the city streets. One of these children, a solitary and destitute seven year old girl, is entrusted by an older woman to carry out a simple task on […]

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Short Film Review: STILL Is A Frightfully Comical Zombie Tale

When walking through a local park or street market, one might encounter all manner of artists, performers or…well, performance artists. Mimes are likely the most popular choice to be relegated on the lowest rung of the performance artist ladder, but there is something even lower – the “living statue”. Because while mimes at least have […]

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Short Film Review: AMERICAN REVENANT Is A Tale Of Mayhem In Missouri

The place is Hannibal, Missouri. The time, shortly after humanity has been stuffed into a hand basket and sent off to hell. A little thing we recognize from popular culture, known as the zombie apocalypse, looks to have finally plunged the world into chaos. The goal for anyone left standing – survival. Well… perhaps not […]

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Deep Shock

Davide Melini Announces: “Italian Giallo is Ready to Make its Return”

Davide Melini (Lions, Penny Dreadful, Into the Badlands) is thrilled to announce his upcoming short film Deep Shock.  Starring Muireann Bird, Francesc Pagès, George Bracebridge, Lorna Larkin, Erica Prior, Luis Fernández de Eribe. Melini’s hope with this new film is to pay tribute to the Italian film genre called “giallo” (thrilling) and the title of this project is inspired by the […]

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Briony Kidd’s Acclaimed ‘The Room At The Top Of The Stairs’ Arrives Today On Shudder

  Briony Kidd’s acclaimed Tasmanian short film ‘The Room At the Top of the Stairs’ arrives on Shudder today.   From the Press Release: A young artist feels overshadowed by a charismatic girl she’s never met, in the haunting short that world premiered at Los Angeles New Wave International Film Festival. Her life changes when […]

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Short Film Review: Killer Date

In this digital age, the way in which people meet up and date has changed drastically. While some rely on more traditional ways of meeting people, others are relying on various online sites and apps. One such person is Mike, who is about to meet a young lad, whom he met by way of dating […]

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