Short Films

Bloody Mary: Possession (2016)

Bloody Mary Possession

Back in October of 2015 I reviewed a film called Angelic Wolves that was shot and edited completely on an iPhone 4s. The folks behind Angelic Wolves are back with their next effort titled Bloody Mary: Possession. Just as with Wolves, Bloody Mary was shot, edited, and scored all on an …

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Sinister Nicky Needs You!

Sinister Nicky Needs You

The Dark-edged Devils of UK Indie Film bring you something… SINISTER Enigmatic Productions are an award-winning film studio that have recently launched an Indiegogo campaign for their latest comedy horror short Sinister Nicky. Sinister Nicky, written & directed by Edward Harvey and Steven Brown follows soft-centered bruiser, Bill and his wife …

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#ShortMovieMonday – Do Not Disturb (2015)

Do Not Disturb Short Film Jon James Smith

Do Not Disturb is a 2015 short film written and directed by Jon James Smith, produced by Alexander Glenn Prather. It stars Ron McMahon, Kathryn Leeman, Richard Shelton, Michael David Farrow, Candace Quirk, Steve Wong, Dominique Marsell and Aaron Cavette. Do Not Disturb Synopsis Two detectives, a husband and wife, a hooker, and a kidnapping are thrown into this …

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Angelic Wolves: The Movie (2015) Review

Angelic Wolves

The short black and white film Angelic Wolves asks the question, “What if angels and werewolves were one and the same?”  I’m not sure it necessarily answers that question, but it does some good things along the way as it explores the werewolf mythos. According to director Dark Libra, Angelic …

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Leaf Blower Massacre (2013)

Leaf Blower Massacre (2013)

The tagline for Anthoy Cooney’s Leaf Blower Massacre is, “When autumn arrives, no one survives.” That’s a super clever tagline. Sadly the film doesn’t quite live up to it but that’s not to say it’s a bad film. You may remember Cooney’s name from my recent review of The Dirty …

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Harley Quinn Cleans Up in ‘Sweet Madness’

Sweet Madness

Comic books usually aren’t afraid to show some very dark and disturbing imagery.  It’s only in recent years that Hollywood has caught up with the medium.  Superheroes are for kids (or at least, that’s what Hollywood thought).  Fast forward to today and Marvel has become the most successful Hollywood studio ever.  Batman …

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