WATCH: Creeptoons

Animated short film alert! I've always said that I enjoy animated horror films, and that we should have more of them. Well, we have a new one courtesy of creators, Matt Duncan and Gus Fink, called Creeptoons, which is distributed via the good guys over at Crypt TV. The short follows a strange town, inhabited... Continue Reading →

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REVIEW: Troubled Youth S1: E1&2

Horror doesn't always have to be serious. Depending on the script, it can have a light-hearted approach and see the funny side of things. Scream Queens did a very good job of this as it embraced its bonkers tone, and knew it wasn't trying to be anything other than a guilty pleasure. Troubled Youth is along the... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: SOOT S1:E1

Crypt TV have been riding high with all their web-series. They are critical hits, audiences love them, and they're the talk of the deep-wide-web with countless reaction and theory videos. Of course, it's only a matter of time before Crypt adds a new entry into their horror-crazed world! And therefore, Soot is next in line... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Two Predator Fan Films

There are quite a few people out there that don't like fan films. They can be of a poor standard, and simply a waste of time. However, some filmmakers take a serious approach when making them, and as a result, they can turn out to be decent enough. Today, we have two Predator fan films,... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Goodnight

In a review I recently wrote for a short film, I stated that when dealing with a subject matter that's sensitive, filmmakers have to change their approach in how they convey the film's message. Goodnight is a film that deals with a very sensitive subject, and it's a film that very much does so in an excellent... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: The Becky Carmichael Fan Club

Horror/Mystery | 2018 | 33 min | Written and directed by Andrew J. D. Robinson ________________________________ Films dealing with sensitive subjects can be tricky to pull off. There has to be a subtle approach as the way you do things, because audiences don't want to feel like they're being preached to throughout the entire of... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Eaglewalk

Do you think short films have become too short and snappy? Would you rather sit down and watch one where the story can breathe and be fleshed out? Then, we have a film for you! The official synopsis for Eaglewalk, which just comes in under half an hour, is in the summer of 1971, three... Continue Reading →

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