Microcinema Short Film Now Available to Watch Online
In our ongoing attempt to make you guys aware of every horror project that's available to be seen these days, we now bring you some preliminary information on Massachusetts-based Harvest Tide Productions' first online and internationally self-distributed horror short independent film Microcinema.
From the Press Release:
Written and directed by Harvest Tide Productions co-founder Skip Shea, Microcinema recently won a fan-based 2012 Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award Honorable Mention for Best Short Film and this past Friday, April 13th, screened at the Shock Stock Convention at Centennial Hall in London, Ontario.
“Harvest Tide and the cast and crew of Microcinema are very honored and grateful to win a Rondo Honorable Mention,” said Shea. “It represents the voice of the fans, and there really is no better judge in the horror genre. To be added to the Shock Stock Convention line-up is equally exciting. It is one of the largest horror conventions in Canada, which only confirms that our cult status is growing. We are quite honored to be included."
Starring Alex Lewis and Aurora Grabill, Microcinema is the story of Peter Martell, a highly educated, well-to-do young man with too much free time on his hands. He spends it watching snuff films. One day he makes the bold decision to cross the line from observer to participant, aspiring to bring a philosophical element to his own kind of snuff films. Ready to go to work, he tracks his first victim into a haunted New England wood, where the boundary between participant and observer takes a different turn.
Microcinema was originally a storyline for one of the episodes of Harvest Tide’s new horror web series “Longreach,” written by William DeCoff. “Longreach” follows the demise of Daniel Jedrek, the sergeant at arms for the Longreach Association, an ancient global charitable organization that takes charity to extremes. The Harvest Tide production team – Shea, DeCoff, Will Smyth, and Emily King – agreed that Microcinema stood on its own in the burgeoning new online entertainment and media arena and delivers a brutal and gruesome tale to horror film fans.
Microcinema is now available on the film’s website for just 99 cents. Check out some artwork and the trailer below.
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