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Sunday Shorts: Attic Panic


Here's another short from from David F. Sanberg and Lotta Losten. Unlike See You Soon, this runs longer than 15 seconds. What I like here is the quick set up and the lack of dialogue. The ending isn't too hard to figure out, but it's still satisfying.

Sunday Shorts: Attic Panic


Here's another short from from David F. Sanberg and Lotta Losten. Unlike See You Soon, this runs longer than 15 seconds. What I like here is the quick set up and the lack of dialogue. The ending isn't too hard to figure out, but it's still satisfying.

Sunday Shorts: Attic Panic


Here's another short from from David F. Sanberg and Lotta Losten. Unlike See You Soon, this runs longer than 15 seconds. What I like here is the quick set up and the lack of dialogue. The ending isn't too hard to figure out, but it's still satisfying.

Sunday Shorts: No mires ahí / Don’t look there


Marta goes back to her mother’s house to stay a few days with her little sister. The girl’s weird behavior and the latent memory of a sad event will lead Marta to suspect that the house is being haunted by an uncanny presence.

I usually post shorts under 10 minutes because they tend to drag after that, but I like the atmosphere created by director Daniel Romero. It's also nice to see a ghost story with some character depth.

Sunday Shorts: No mires ahí / Don’t look there


Marta goes back to her mother’s house to stay a few days with her little sister. The girl’s weird behavior and the latent memory of a sad event will lead Marta to suspect that the house is being haunted by an uncanny presence.

I usually post shorts under 10 minutes because they tend to drag after that, but I like the atmosphere created by director Daniel Romero. It's also nice to see a ghost story with some character depth.

Sunday Shorts: No mires ahí / Don’t look there


Marta goes back to her mother’s house to stay a few days with her little sister. The girl’s weird behavior and the latent memory of a sad event will lead Marta to suspect that the house is being haunted by an uncanny presence.

I usually post shorts under 10 minutes because they tend to drag after that, but I like the atmosphere created by director Daniel Romero. It's also nice to see a ghost story with some character depth.

Sunday Shorts: BREATHE


This short from Toby Meakins is a perfect example of how the best twists are the ones we should have seen coming.

Sunday Shorts: BREATHE


This short from Toby Meakins is a perfect example of how the best twists are the ones we should have seen coming.

Sunday Shorts: BREATHE


This short from Toby Meakins is a perfect example of how the best twists are the ones we should have seen coming.

The Hairy Hands (2010)

Review by Jude Felton “The Hairy Hands of Dartmoor” is an English ghost story which tells of a pair of disembodied hands that grab the steering wheel of unsuspecting motorists that venture across a certain stretch of road in Dartmoor (that’s in the South West of England) , forcing them off the road. This short movie, [...]

Hellgate (1989)

Review by Sarah “Fatally Yours” Jahier Hellgate has got to be one of the worst, all-over-the-place horror films I’ve ever seen! From the weird gags to groan-worthy jokes to the silly ghost/zombie/ghost town/magical crystals/revenge storylines that crisscross the mess of the movie, I was shaking my head is disbelief most of its running time. However, though [...]

Hammer Films’ “The Woman in Black” To Be Remade in 3-D

Groan…another classic horror film is getting the unnecessary 3-D treatment. This time it’s the little seen but extremely spooky ghost story The Woman in Black, based on the book of the same name by Susan Hill. Read the official press release from Hammer Films below: Co-Chairman of Exclusive Media Group (Exclusive), Guy East, and CEO of Hammer Films, [...]

After Dark Horrorfest 4 – All 8 Films to Die For Reviewed (2010)

Written by Sarah “Fatally Yours” Jahier I finally got around to checking out all of After Dark Horrorfest’s “8 Films to Die For” since they were only in theaters for two seconds! I don’t feel like writing a lengthy review for each film, so I’m going to do a quickie review of each and list them from [...]

Volver

From a distance, Penelope Cruz’s “Volver” appears to be a foreign chick flick -- lots of female bonding and few (mostly evil) male characters -- but director Pedro Almodovar skillfully tip-toes through various genres along the way. Part black comedy, a bit of a ghost story and not quite all of the above. Can’t think of a recent American film that went a similar route.

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