Set in a post-apocalyptic world where the air we breathe is toxic and fresh air is now a precious resource, The Survivor, a short film directed by Christopher Carson Emmons, is surprisingly well done and quite enjoyable. The short follows … Continue reading Review: The Survivor
In this sci-fi film noir short from Cubit Films, a man wakes up in an unfamiliar room with no idea who he is or what’s going on. While searching for a way out, he is forced to question what he … Continue reading Trailer Tuesday: The Recursion Theorem
Creep was produced specifically for online release with a simplicity as its goal. It succeeded. Tells a complex tale with the barest of resources. One actor, one setting, one scene and not a single line of dialogue. Every bit of … Continue reading Attention Span: Creep
Last Wednesday, Ariescope released their annual Halloween short, Don’t Do It!, starring Chase Williamson (JOHN DIES AT THE END, THE GUEST) and Sid Haig (THE DEVIL’S REJECTS, JACKIE BROWN). Goes to show what can be accomplished in a single setting … Continue reading Attention Span: Don’t Do It!
Produced in 2012, The Sleepover was a proof-of-concept for a feature that has yet to materialize. Imagine a world where slasher movies are real, and they’re all set in your hometown. It’s an original idea done quite well, except for one … Continue reading Attention Span: The Sleepover
Today marks the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of Marriage Equality. To commemorate this important step in the journey toward equality for all, we bring you seven films (one for every color of the rainbow) about LGBTQ … Continue reading Love is Love: 7 LGBTQ Shorts for Pride 2016