Poll: Two Zombie Short Films

Well, it's that time again! We've chosen two zombie short films that couldn't be any more different. Both films have raked up the awards, and it's not hard to see why they have. However, as they say, there must be a winner! And we're asking you to choose. As always, we'll provide the two films... Continue Reading →

7 Thoughts On Wake – An Interview with Dave Clark

David Clark is an award winning Creative Director with a 13+ year career in advertising in the digital and traditional space, with experience also in film and television production as a writer/director. CryptTV have picked up his horror short films¬†Wake¬†and #You'reDead. In your own words, what is Wake? Wake is a short film about a... Continue Reading →

Read then Watch: Hello Brother

It's always upsetting when a family member passes away. You miss them. You wish that you could just speak to them one last time. However, you don't want it to happen literally, and that's the case in Hello Brother. It happens, and it's not a fun reunion. The film is directed, edited and starring Austin... Continue Reading →

Mister Sticks (2018) Review

Films with childhood imaginary friends go two ways. They either deal with a child who has one or an adult who had one as a child. When it comes to Mister Sticks, it's the latter. The film, written and directed by David Schmidt, stars Grace Hutchings, Peter Ash & Mark E. Penzian and tells the... Continue Reading →

Five Short Films Based On Bloody Mary

The Horror Club recently reviewed The GK Films' take on the urban legend, Bloody Mary (which you can read here), and in that review pointed out that there was in fact no decent films, short and feature length, concerning this foul woman. So, like most enthusiastic and needy people, we researched the interworld to find... Continue Reading →

Bloody Mary (2018) Short Film Review

Bloody Mary is a tradition/urban legend that dates back countless years. If you're not aware of what it is, a person must stand in front of a mirror and call Bloody Mary three times for her to appear. Now, when it comes to this urban legend, there has been numerous takes, in both feature and... Continue Reading →

A Review of Crypt TV’s Knock Knock

European films have a distinctive feeling, making them easily more recognisable than American films. From the lighting to the camera work, it's just all so much different. And when it comes to Knock Knock, a French short film, it's more of the same. Written and directed by Maxence Rapp, Knock Knock tells the story of... Continue Reading →

A Review of Crypt TV’s Nightmaere

When it comes to having nightmares, most people can relate to how horrific they can be. If not, then damn, you must be one of the few lucky souls. So, when it comes to films (or short films for the purpose of this review) dealing with nightmares, you can see yourself in the character suffering... Continue Reading →

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