5 Screamfest Short Films To Watch

Screamfest Horror Festival, based in Los Angeles, is America’s largest and longest running horror film festival, and runs for ten days in October.

The festival has launched a number of careers, providing a playoff for filmmakers and actors to showcase their work to a dedicated audience. Every week they upload a film that has premiered at the festival, and we here at The Horror Club have chosen five that you should work. We’ll also have reviews for each of these films, so keep an eye for them during the week, too.


Written and Directed by Matt Mercer.

Starring Graham Skipper, Stacy Snyder and Najarra Townsend.

Plot: When a young woman fills in for her friend on a babysitting job, she begins to suspect things are not as they seem. She’s right.


Written and Directed by David Lawrence.

Starring Hoyt Richards, Julia Parker and Elizabeth Sandy.

Plot: A struggling author, consumed with the urban legend of the Black Eyed Kids, fears his obsession has led their evil to his door.


Written and Directed by Maazin Kamal & Munid Rashid.

Starring Malika Zafar and Munid Rashid.

Plot: A mother discovers the horrible truth about Bobo, her daughter’s imaginary friend.


Written and Directed by Andre LeBlanc.

Starring Caleb Scott & Amanda Howell.

Plot: A remote artic station is overrun by its own monstrous experiment, leaving the only two survivers no choice but to face what they’ve created.


Written and Directed by Guillermo Carbonell.

Starring Gabriela Freire, Rafael Soliwoda and Walter Rey.

Plot: Rosa’s father escapes from a nursing home and comes back to his former house. He hides a secret, and he’s not coming alone.

To keep up to date for more of Screamfest’s films, head over to their YouTube channel now.

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