Submissions close tomorrow, August 14th, for Grimmfest 2012 so if you have a feature or short film you want to put out there, now's the time! You could be as lucky as The Other Side, which was just selected for the fest.
We've mentioned actor Cuyle Carvin's By the C Productions previously, and now the company has a new project on its plate: the short film Ax, written and directed by Michael Coulombe. Carvin is strictly in the producer's seat for this one, and we have a look at the teaser trailer.
We crossed paths with another new short film earlier today, and if you can relate to disastrous first dates, you won't want to miss Blair Richardson's First Date - Lord knows they can be a real bitch!
Last night we posted the new trailer for DefTone Pictures Studios' horror/sci-fi throwback Ombis, and now that production on that project is ending, DPS has already lined up its next one: a short film written by and starring Ombis actor Jason John Beebe entitled To Release a Soul.
We're always on the lookout for new short films to share with you guys, and today we have Brian Hernandez's dark, creepy, and mind-bending Melinda, which was inspired by David Lynch.
It was last September when we got the first word on Jon Keeyes' The Mechanical Grave, and now the project is complete and ready for viewing at film festivals and conventions as well as on DVD. Check out the flick's artwork, a photo gallery, and more info on Highland Myst Entertainment and Wolfclan Productions' steampunk-horror extravaganza.
There is nothing wrong with hating clowns. Those big painted on smiles, shifty eyes, giant floppy shoes. Nothing but trouble. And if you still need proof after all the clown-related violence over the years, check out the short film Jim in the Box. We've got it right here.
Filmmaker Spencer Estabrooks provided us with an exclusive first look at the trailer for his upcoming zombie short film Tasha, which is set for its world premiere at The Calgary Underground Film Festival on April 18. Read on for a look!
There's not much we can say that will prepare you for the short film attached to this article. Director Pierre Ayotte brings us Massacrator, something of a Terminator parody that simply must be seen to be believed. We'll let the film speak for itself.
Starring Jennifer Castellano, Michael Chmiel Mike Giannelli Directed by Damien Leone
You asked for more horrific indie shorts, and we heard you. Rafael De Leon, Jr., has submitted for your entertainment his five-minute short film entitled Waffle. So what exactly can you do with just five minutes? Come on in and let Waffle show you how quickly things can go from bad to... oh shit!
When it comes to making zombies, it always seems so much worse when mindless raving berserkers are created by government tomfoolery. Project: S.E.R.A. doesn't feature zombies in the traditional sense, but this version of the undead monster could be worse.
Here is the beauty of the horror genre. Filmmakers challenge themselves to do things differently. We've seen, for example, movies made with a zero dollar budget or taken in a single shot. You never see that in other genres. You don't see anybody trying to find a unique way to shoot a buddy comedy. Only in horror do you get these unique approaches to filmmaking. And we've got a real winner for you with The Swarm.