The award winning TUCK ME IN is quite possibly the creepiest 1 minute ever put on film. Check it out and see if you agree with me.
DON’T MOVE drops the viewer in on what is basically the last 15 minutes of what looks to have been a really cool horror movie. A group of friends get together to have a few drinks and fool around with a Ouija board only to call forth a demon with the eyesight of Mr. Magoo which then kicks off the most high stakes game of freeze tag in the history of mankind.
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Ever wonder what Jason Voorhees does on Saturday the 14th? Well wonder no more! This little animated short clues us in on the day off shenanigans of our favorite hockey masked mutilator of nubile teens.
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This looks awesome…a four armed alien being (harshly) interrogated by an artificial intelligence; a a group of galactic defenders betrayed by the machines they built to aid in their mission; and lots of stuff blows up. Someone in Hollywood needs to throw a bucketload of money at this Kaleb Lechowski so he can make a full length film out of this concept. Check out the video after the jump.
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This short film comes from Luke Scott, son of director Ridley Scott, and it focuses on a lab tech (played by Giovanni Ribisi) at an industrial food corporation who seems to be doing some side genetic engineering in his off hours.
Thomas Jane, star of the 2004 Punisher film, takes his love of the character to the streets and made this short film himself depicting the type of Punisher (a name that is never uttered in the vid to avoid Marvel’s pesky lawyers) he thinks would be the best onscreen.
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MANIAC is a short film inspired by the Kid Cudi song of the same name. It is not a music video and it has no reference to the song content. Directed By Shia Labeouf for Grassy Slope and Ragin4Dayz Productions, the film documents the exploits of two serial killers, played by Cudi and Chris “Cage” Palko. The film is shot entirely in French.