Last year we tickled your holiday horror bone with a series entitled The Six Slays of Christmas. After reviewing the list, we realized there was a ton of horror projects that could and should have been added. So welcome to The Six Slays of Christmas 2012.
The British horror anthology Bloody Cuts has wowed us with the first six short films of the project, which have been released over the past two years. This week they unveiled the seventh chapter of their nightmarish collection: Death Scenes. See it right here, right now.
The official teaser trailer for The Body, starring Alfie Allen of "Game of Thrones," arrived online; and we have it right here for your viewing pleasure. Check out the sly peek into this short right here.
Fresh of its win of the Audience Award (Bronze) at the 2012 Fantasia International Film Festival, the short film Stay at Home Dad is now online, and you can watch it in its entirety right here!
Actor/writer/director Cuyle Carvin has provided us with an early gift this holiday season by posting his new short film, Amused, online in its entirety. Check it out right here and let us know if it amuses you.
News of a new indie film festival devoted to short films with a special section for horror landed in our inbox, and since it also serves as a means to continue the Shawna Shea Memorial Scholarship Fund, we couldn't pass up the opportunity to let you all know about this very special event taking place December 17th in Millbury, Massachusetts.
It's Friday. The weather sucks. What more of a perfect time could there be than now to watch a quick little horror flick? Enter The Sleepover, a highly entertaining bit of short form horror you can dig on right now!
Just in time for Halloween director Eric England has given horror fans more than just a razor bladed apple to chew on for our favorite holiday. That's right, kids, he's released a sequel to his all hallows eve themed horror flick, The Trick or Treater!
After the success of last year's horror-comedy short The Night of the Pumpkin, Sideshow Pictures decided to drop the comedy aspect and returns this year with a straight-up tale of horror with The House That Cried Blood.
We’ve been following this one from the beginning and thought we’d give you an update on Christian Ackerman’s short horror/comedy Hell’s Belles, which is currently making the festival rounds, as well as a look at some new exclusive art.
If only Micah had Anubis the Barkless Dog around to help him out before Katie went on her demonic rampage. Things surely would have ended up differently! That's right, kids! Everyone's favorite paranormal pooch is back keeping the world safe to rest your bones!
With Halloween just around the corner, we figured it's about time to drop this little holiday-themed short film on you. The Green Ruby Pumpkin was created by visual F/X artists Miguel Ortega and Tran Ma with the entire project shot in their living room.
We've got a new nightmare to show you! Filmmaker Lonnie Martin is eager to share his short film Cougars, and believe us when we tell you it's totally worth a look. There's no Courteney Cox here; these Cougars are fierce!
Another short film has been scooped up to be made into a feature film as Variety reports that Paramount has acquired Clark Baker's sci-fi/horror short film Vessel and tapped genre scribe Stephen Susco (The Grudge) to write and produce the feature version, which will be directed by Baker.
UK-based production designer/art director Melanie Light has written and directed Escape, a short film whose Nevada shoot she describes as "grueling"; and since she figures it "may as well go somewhere," she's decided to put it up on the Internet, which of course means we have it for you right here!