Arrow Video FrightFest Announces 2019 Short Film Programme [-NEWS-]

Arrow Video FrightFest…From unseen forces to dangerous desires, from the remorseful living to the remorseless dead, from under the earth to creepy closed doors, Arrow Video FrightFest 2019 continues the festival’s fine tradition of showcasing the best in global genre short filmmaking.This year’s five continent selection unleashes the newest creations from both upcoming and established... Continue Reading →

FrightFest Wants Fresh Blood!

Fresh Blood...Arrow Video FrightFest, in conjunction with UK distribution outfit Blue Finch Films and short film funding company Genera, has launched a new initiative to help finance genre short films.Called ‘Fresh Blood’, the partners will look to help finance short form projects in the latter stages of development in the bid to discover new voices... Continue Reading →

Get A Holiday Horror Short Everyday In December

The Creepy Christmas Festival...In 2008, filmmaker and animator Beck Underwood and NYC-based production company Glass Eye Pix attempted the unthinkable - creating a digital advent calendar that offered genre fans a new Christmas-themed horror short every day from December 1st through December 25th. Dubbed "The Creepy Christmas Film Festival", it was a resounding success, featuring... Continue Reading →

Review: Where Is It (Short Film)

@TigersMS78 reviews...Directors: Todd Spence, Zak WhiteWriters: Todd Spence, Zak WhiteStars: Whitney Gries, Travina Springer, Patrick KeaneReviewShort films, especially scary ones and especially those that clock in at under four minutes have to create and maintain the right atmosphere for the full run time. Where Is It does this by using new technology and an age... Continue Reading →

Horror Channel FrightFest 2017 announces Short Film Showcase

Horror Channel Frightfest...Check out the Short Film Schedule at Horror Channel Frightfest 2017!From the Press ReleaseWith twenty-six films over three days, including ten World, four European and seven UK premieres, Horror Channel FrightFest’s short film showcase unleashes this year’s eclectic mix of the bold, brave, bloody and barmy with films programmed to entertain, frighten, enlighten... Continue Reading →

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