The Horror Club’s Top 4 Best Reviewed Short Films

As with the books, The Horror Club has decided to name the top four short films we have given the highest ratings to. We have decided not to choose episodes from any of the wonderful web-series we were fortunate to watch, only from standalone short films. We have also decided to choose four, because we... 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 →

WATCH: Honest Trailers – The Meg

It was only a matter of time before The Meg got the Honest Trailers treatment, and it did not disappoint. The Honest Trailer points out the seriousness the film tries to approach, awesome scenes from the book they never used, the lack of people punching the shark, among a few other intesting point of views.... Continue Reading →

Interview with Michael Coulombe

The Horror Club speaks to writer and filmmaker, Michael Coulombe, about his latest short film, Soundbite, the popularity of online horror, his new short horror film channel and much more! Tell me about yourself? My name is Michael Coulombe. I left my full time job to make movies. I always tell everyone that film found... 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: 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 →

Watch: Ouroboros

We've all been in a position where we have been lying in bed, trying to get to sleep (or sleeping) and then hear something go bump in the night. Cliche, I know, but for some reason it seems to happen. And then little doubts creep into our heads, which can only mean bad news. This... Continue Reading →

WATCH: Ghost Paper: The Other Side

When a film/short film says it's based on a true story, or took inspiration from something from real life, it adds that extra element to the story. When growing up there were countless games and chants that supposedly summoned a demon or ghost. Ghost Paper: The Other Side is exactly that; it takes inspiration from... Continue Reading →

Watch: Monsters

If you're like me, and have a soft spot for films in the same vein of A Quiet Place, then you also love to watch a few poor souls hiding from the monsters that are roaming the world. Monsters is similar in that way. The plot follows Jenn, who lives in an underground bunker with... Continue Reading →

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