Happy Halloween from Harvest Tide
Free Streaming of Horror Short Microcinema
For Immediate Release
Massachusetts (October 31, 2011) Harvest Tide Productions is giving indie horror fans a treat today with free streaming of it's online cult hit horror short "Microcinema." Log onto http://www.watchmicrocinema.com/ and watch this well received short.
Written and directed by Skip Shea and starring Alex Lewis and Aurora Grabillis "Microcinema" tells the story of Peter Martell, a highly educated well-to-do young man with a lot of free time on his hands. He spends this time watching snuff films. One day he makes the bold decision to cross the line from observer to participant, aspiring to bring a philosophical element to his own kind of snuff films. Ready to go to work, he tracks his first victim into a haunted New England wood, where the line between participant and observer takes a different turn.
Shea said "We wanted to thank everyone for their support and thought this would be the best way to do it. Especially on Halloween."
Here is what others are saying:
"I figured I was in for one of three things: a really solid work, a bite size film that left me feeling nothing, or one of those that makes me want to substitute rat poison for the salt on my dinner table. Those are the three categories all art falls into for me, always. Yet, when it was all said and done, Shea's vignette carved a whole new icky slot out just for itself. 9 out of 10 Stars" - The Conduit Speaks
"Brilliant. 8.5 out of 10 Stars" - The Gruesome Hurtzogg Horror Movie Review Podcast.
"4 out of 5 Stars" Char Hardin ***SPOILERS***
"Skip Shea is an adept director with equal ability to write, his short film gets more across than most full length films. Microcinema is available here for a very worth it $0.99, (it's worth more, in my opinion). 4 out of 5 Stars" - The Bleeding Dead Film Reviews.
"What I find particularly interesting about Microcinema is its plot and how it seems to blend together torture, voyeurism, and a lot of other really weird horrific topics like snuff films." - Horror Society
"Microcinema Doesn't Disappoint" - Victor Infante, The Worcester Telergram & Gazette
"You will not be expecting to see the events that unfold in this shocking short film." - The Horror Spot
"The new indie horror romp Microcinema and it is a dozy." - Truly Disturbing Horror
"Interesting short that starts as your usual slasher/serial killer fare before taking a wicked little turn." Shaun Sjolin Cenobiteme Blog
Unicornsblud Horror Review Stamp of Majestic Approval ***SPOILERS***