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I WAS A TEENAGE WERESKUNK In Theaters For One-Week Engagement!!

Opening Friday, October 28th at the Vintage Los Feliz 3 Theatre 1822 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90027  ONE WEEK ONLY! Showtimes: 1:45 – 4:30 – 7:20 – 9:45 Also Available on DVD, digital download and streaming rental at Amazon.com — Amazon Prime member stream for free!     SEARCH AND BUY ANY HORROR DVD,…

Oscar® Qualified Horror Short NIGHT OF THE SLASHER Is Vimeo’s First Horror Staff Pick Premiere!

The multi award-winning short film, Night of the Slasher, written and directed by Shant Hamassian, is now Oscar® qualified!  Dozens of horror publications wrote news articles that went viral, circulating in over 3 million facebook feeds. The film has been one of the highest rated horror shorts as reference movie site Horror Freak News placed it…

WINK (2016): Short Film Review…Put On A Happy Face

Alex J. Mann is at it again — the short filmmaker has produced several very entertaining horror shorts over the past year, delineating the perils of this “smart phone” culture we’ve become, targeting SnapChat (3 Seconds), Instagram (Follower, Me2) and Gchat (Green Dot) in his works.  Now, with his newest short Wink,  he’s turned his clever attention…

SHELTER FOR THE BLOODSTAINED SOUL Now Streaming Online

Nicholas Wagner’s latest film, Shelter For The Bloodstained Soul,  has just been released online!   CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT THE FULL FILM FOR FREE!   Drifter Addison Montclair (Malcolm Mills) wanders the American Rust Belt, killing indiscriminately with no sense of purpose until he discovers a cursed relic meant to imprison the sacrilegious bones…

PROco PROductions Premiering PUPPET Theatrically

Location: El Cid Theatre – 4212 W Sunset Blvd – Los Angeles, CA 90029 Event Date: October 26, 2016 8pm Local Monrovia Filmmakers’ Horror Short World Premiere Monrovia filmmakers Joseph R. Davis and Brian Gerson have their third film “Puppet” premiere at El Cid Theatre October 26th at 8pm, in Hollywood. Synopsis — An infection…

Scottish Indie THE UNKINDNESS OF RAVENS A Breakout Success At FrightFest

The Unkindness of Ravens, director Lawrie Brewster’s hotly anticipated follow up to cult hit Lord of Tears, has premiered to resounding acclaim. Renowned genre critic Kim Newman (Screen International, Empire) gave the film a positive write-up, “this team [is] doing something interesting and unusual“. According to Jonathan Hatfull of SciFiNow “The Unkindness Of Ravens looks incredible,…

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