Premiering this weekend at FilmQuest and then heading to Fantastic Fest before making a leap to Brooklyn Horror is Fatale Collective’s Bleed, an anthology made up of short horror films that is itself ultimately a short film. Just under 14 minutes long, Bleed offers six unique tales from six filmmakers, each of whom tackles a different subject that is all too relevant in todays day and age.
“In this brisk six-shooter anthology, an ensemble of women share entertainingly twisted tales that span disturbing subjects and sick styles through decidedly feminist lenses.“
Here are the individual loglines of the six films:
- The Safe Space – Directed by Lola Blanc: A “safe space” for women turns out to be not so safe.
- Buffalo Bill – Directed by Francesca Maldonado: Mina is tired of that creepy girl copying her style – and suddenly that creepy girl is outside her apartment.
- Subscribe! – Directed by Danin Jacquay: A beauty-obsessed young woman takes a YouTube tutorial to the gory extreme.
- Panoptia – Directed by Linda Chen: An eyeball woman tries to escape her untimely fate.
- Boxed – Directed by Natasha Halevi: When Jane moves into her new apartment, a mysterious box brings unexpected guests.
- ASMR – Directed by Megan Rosati: A young women panics when her creepy ASMR tape won’t stop playing – no matter what she does.
Here you can see the six individual posters for each short, a small hint of what’s to come.