George James Fraser’s ‘Scaring Sheri’, Part Of ‘United States Of Horror’ Series, Is Awesome AF

January 27, 2021

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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George James Fraser, the director behind Happenstance and Gore Theater is back with his short film Scaring Sheri, the first installment of the upcoming horror collection United States of Horror, featuring a massive fifty films from all over the US.


Shot at the world-famous Haunted Overload in Lee, New Hampshire, Scaring Sheri stars Sheri Lee (Doll House) and Johnny J. Gordon who is making his film debut.


Scaring Sheri plays out against an absolutely amazing backdrop featuring hundreds of lit pumpkins and monsters making it spooky AF and adding to the tension because you’re on guard not knowing when or where a scare is going to come from.


The cinematography for the eight-minute, fifteen-second long film is fantastic. With a rich look, a nice pace, and good effects, watching Scaring Sheri was a pleasure. And the fact that we get a feisty lead character that actually has some fight in her is a major bonus.


The soundtrack is pure metal featuring a score by George Bitsakis and the opening credits score is titled “Lament Configuration 2 (Cenobite Love Song)” by the New Zealand band Die Gruwal.


Scaring Sheri begs for a feature-length adaptation. If the other upcoming installments are anything like Scaring Sheri we are in for a real treat.


We’ll keep you posted on where and when you can see it for yourself. In the meantime, head over to Facebook and follow Fraser’s Stained Glass and Blood Bath Productions for updates and more.


For a taste of what you can expect, check out some of the haunting behind-the-scenes photos.




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