Watch: Kissed

There is something very off-putting about being a coroner. I suppose it has to do with the fact that they are always around death, but it's still creepy. And that's the short film we're sharing with you today. A creepy one with an equally creepy coroner. Kissed tells the story of a corner working on... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Cover and Shadow

The Horror Club is sharing not one but two creature feature short films with you, with Crypt TV presenting both of them. The first, which is called Cover, tells the story a little girl who only has the covers to protect her from a monster. It's a play on the 'don't leave your legs dangling over... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Love Me Not

Horror House Media has been on a roll. Since its launch last year, we’ve gotten two short films of a high standard, mostly because of Brantley J. Brown's sharp scripts, Michael’s Coulombe’s ability to bring it to the screen and the overall team they have brought together. Each film looks and feels different, yet still... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Stalk

The team of Michael Coulombe/Brantley J. Brown and their Horror House Media project got off to great start when they released their debut short film, Soundbite, last year. Now, they have followed up with more of a straight-up hunter/prey approach for the second release. For the most part, it's a throw back to the movies... Continue Reading →

WATCH: The Innocent

The films just keep on rolling when it comes to Crypt TV; and this time they have offered one set in a creepy hospital. Don't you just hate when those damn hospitals are creepy? Well, if you love when they are, then this one is for you. The Innocent tells the story of a man who... Continue Reading →

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