Tag: horror short films

Review: A FAVOR

Everybody knows a person who pushes the acceptable limits of friendship. They’re the type that will call you at the last minute to ask for a ride to the airport minutes after you clocked out of a double shift. Adding insult to injury, they won’t chip in for...

Short Round Review: LEGITIMATE

LEGITIMATE opens on a smug Michael Thrurber’s twinkling his glass of scotch while a bound exotic dancer lumbers her way towards his awaiting lap. It’s a perfect shot; one that encapsulates the points first time director Izzy Lee wants to drive home. As an actor, Thurber can tell...

Lunchbreak Horror: THE SLEEPOVER

The Sleepover won me over at this past year’s Fantastic Fest and is now available to view via Vimeo. Penned by Jennifer Raite and Christopher Cullari (who also directed), the short film imagines a world where monsters indeed live under the bed, in the closet or in the...

Lunchbreak Horror: RECOLLECTION

A young man wakes up in a shallow grave covered in blood with a ringing in his ears and a brain that feels scrambled like diner eggs. With no memory of who he is and how he got into this predicament he wanders into what can best be...

Lunchbreak Horror: VICKI

If you’ve found yourself lying awake deep into the wee hours of night, tossing and turning before kicking up the covers and pacing the floors of your bedroom, wearing grooves in the hardwood floor as you chain-smoke one unfiltered Pall Mall after another asking yourself “WHEN, OH WHEN...

Lunchbreak Horror: THE DEVIL’s BOARD

This week’s short film proves once again why it’s always better to break out the XBOX and not a Ouija board. as much as hypersensitive parental groups like to rail against the moral depravity games like Grand Theft Auto (by the way, does anyone else find it hypocritical...