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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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Five Terrifying Short Films From The Writer-Director Of Lights Out

David F. Sandberg’s name should sound familiar, he recently directed the genre hit ‘Lights Out’ (review). Before the blockbuster film, produced by James Wan, came to be there was the short film ‘Lights Out’, from Sandberg and it has racked-up over 13 million views on YouTube. The brilliant writer-director has several other terrifying short films, […]

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Technology And Terror Meet In The Short Film NightmARes

  As technology evolves so does the creativity of horror filmmakers. In director James Mansell’s high tech short horror film ‘NightmARes”  we witness a young woman’s augmented reality experience go horribly wrong. Victoria Morrison stars as Victoria. Tom, Victoria’s boyfriend, is played by Ashley Pekri. “Seth Sherwood (Leatherface) is interested in adapting and turning it […]

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WTFLOL Productions Presents The Purge: Trump Edition

  As the presidential election draws closer things are heating up in the world of politics. Donald Trump has become famous for his outrageous comments on everything from Mexicans to women. WTFLOL Productions presents ‘The Purge: Trump Edition’, from writer-director Fredrick Blake Studwell, inspired by those comments and meshes them with a parody of ‘The […]

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