Waitress Katic makes a bet with some customers that she can walk around a graveyard three times at midnight without getting scared. It’s a bet that has terrifying consequences for Katic and her entire family in Marie Vandelannoote’s French horror short “Le Linceul”.
An elderly widow must overcome her fear of falling and descend the stairs of her beach-front property in order to find what her late husband has left for her, buried in the sand beneath. We take a look at writer-director Eric Bair’s 15-minute short film ‘Descensus Ad Mortem’.
Tom’s day starts bizarrely in the short comedy film Mulk from David Esposito. Check out our review right after the jump.
After The X-Files came the short-lived series Millennium, starring Lance Henrikson. Now, nearly twenty years after it left our screens, Jason D Morris brings us a documentary looking at the beloved show in Millennium After The Millennium.
Chris Esper returns with his latest short film Imposter, a look at people from all walks of life who suffer from anxiety. Check out the review.
The second episode in a web-series the revolves around a vegetarian vampire, we review Fruit Bat II from writer/director Alex J. Murphy.