Friday, March 30, 2012

Sudden Death Overtime

Meet Sprague Deacon - one of the toughest old-time hockey players who ever skated upon a rink of hand-poured ice. Sprague was born and raised and he expects to die here on the Northern Labrador coast. What he did not expect was a tour bus full of vampires - none of whom glitter in the least bit - to pull into his town and begin lowering the population level - one corpse at a time. Sprague and his three best friends - an over-the-hill never-say quit bush league hockey team from Northern Labrador go toe-to-tooth with a tour bus full of vampires in an immortal-stakes showdown of street hockey? For the answer - throw Paul Newman's Slapshot into a blender with Steven Niles 30 Days of Night and hit frappe! 

Lets see what people are saying about this e-Book:

Here’s what Gord Rollo, Canadian horror author, has to say about it.
“With Sudden Death Overtime, Vernon perfectly captures the dark heart of a Canadian Winter and the lifetime passion surrounding the game of hockey. He takes a group of old friends who never backed down from a fight on the ice when they were younger and still refuse to do so even when they’re old enough to know better. Toss on the rink some memorable characters, truly great dialogue, a bus load of nasty vampires, and a shocking surprise ending that you won’t  see coming and you’ve got yourself a story that’s sure to be a winner.” – Gord Rollo

Famous Monsters of Filmland likewise reviewed the e-book – “Steve Vernon gets it right. “Sudden Death Overtime” hit all the right notes with me. A wonderful cast of characters, great dialogue between the characters and an evil bus full of vicious vampires.”

Melissa from Tennessee had this to say in her review – “Steve Vernon did a wonderful job of crafting an original vampire story. His ability to weave a story with a flow that is virtually flawless is a testament to how good a storyteller he is. I loved the characters and their personable dialogue and was able to plant myself easily in Labrador.”  

Horror and hockey, sounds cool to me! It even includes a bonus time traveling hockey tale, "Time Out." You can get the e-Book today at: 

To learn more about ‘Sudden Death Overtime,’ author Steve Vernon, and his other e-Books, please visit:

Thursday, March 29, 2012

ZOMBOOBIES! Teaser Trailer

Note: YouTube has an age restriction on this teaser. View at your own risk! 

ZOMBOOBIES! (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!) is a Sexy Japanese Horror Comedy filmed in Los Angeles, Ca in the winter of 2011. Starring an entirely Asian cast shot in Japanese and intended for the international market. The film is currently in post-production with a release date planned for later in 2012.

PLOT: While conducting experiments to create "the perfect breasts" a group of doctors are transformed into EVIL MUTANT CREATURES with an unstoppable hunger for BOOBIES! See hot action women fight to keep their perfect breasts out of these evil doctors’ mutant hands!!!


FRANCOIS FUJIMOTO: ZOMBOOBIES! (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!) is the feature film debut of Director Franky Fuji (Francois Fujimoto).

Franky is the son of a French fashion model and a Japanese business man. Raised by his globe trotting mother, Franky developed a love for the films of his Father's homeland from spending much of his youth in Liberdade, the worlds largest “Japan Town” in São Paulo, Brazil.

In his late 20’s Franky made a life changing trip to Tokyo where he realized his true destiny! "To make the world’s best Japanese horror comedy movies; full with giant monsters and giant-er breasts." ZOMBOOBIES! (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!) is the first of many such films soon to arrive from this talented new film maker.

Follow Francois on twitter @frankyfuji

MIKE L TAYLOR: Executive Producer and Co-Director (B-Unit and FX Shots) of ZOMBOOBIES! (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!) 
A Veteran Reality TV Director and Dp (Rock Of Love, The Bachelor, Snoop Dogg's Father Hood, The White Rapper Show), For the past six years Mike has also owned and operated “pretend for real studios” a boutique animation and digital fx studio. 

“When Franky contacted us and described his movie we were very excited to be a part of it! I don't think any of us realized exactly how involved we would become. I am still picking boobs and bloody mutants out of my hair!!"

Follow Mike on twitter @pretendforreal

PRETEND FOR REAL STUDIOS: (TWIZTID's Buckets Of Blood, Diamondback Entertainment’s The Purple Plague, GIRLS and CORPSES' Crazy F'ed Up Bitch) produced the art direction, creature concept designs and storyboards/animatics for ZOMBOOBIES!  (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!). They are currently providing all of the post and digital fx on the project as well. Patrick Starr is Digital FX Supervising with Adam Klein overseeing 3D VFX. 

CATHY SHIM: Co-Producer/Lead-Actress (RENO 911, MAD TV), "At first when I heard the name I thought they were joking, then I read the script and fell in love with the characters. I would've sold my soul to bring this movie to life...and I just may have!" As well as casting the majority of the movie, Cathy went the extra mile and took a crash course in Japanese to fulfill her lead role in ZOMBOOBIES! (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!). 

MEL - Make-Up and Effects Laboratories: Co-Producers MEL provided all practical make-up fx and animatronic creature fx for ZOMBOOBIES! (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!). Make-up FX Supervisor Mike Spatola (Edward Scissor Hands, T2, Star Gate, The Monstrous Make-up Manual) and Animatronic FX Supervisor Paul Elliott (True Lies, Star Trek: TNG, Voyager, Enterprise) over saw a team that included sculptor Todd Rex (Land Of The Dead, I Am Legend) and puppeteer Brandon Guilbeault.

The majority of the film was shot at the MEL stages in North Hollywood, Ca. DIAMONDBACK RECORDS AND FILMS: Co-Producers. A music management and film production company from Northern California provided Co-Producer support for the project.

SCREEN PLAY: The screen play for ZOMBOOBIES (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!) was written by Francois Fujimoto, Mike L. Taylor and Thomas Patterson based on a story by Francois Fujimoto.

SOUND TRACK: ZOMBOOBIES (OPAI-ZUKI-ZOMBIE!) is scored by Michael Cudahy (The Millionare) who's credits include 4 Rooms and Combustible Edison. Additional Sound design by Richard Arenas.

You can also view the teaser trailer at: 

Trailer Thursday... getting you ready for the weekend!

Here are some trailers to get you ready for this weekend’s horror movie release: Intruders!

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Scarlet Fry's Junkfood Horrorfest


Brace yourself for non-stop shocks in this anthology horror film featuring six blood-curdling tales of terror. When a drug dealer passes a "Junkfood Horrorfest" tape to a drug-addicted serial killer (Calico Cooper-Alice Cooper's Daughter), his career in illicit narcotics comes to a violent end. Meanwhile, the junkie and her new friend pop in the tape, and settle in for some gruesome fun. The bloodletting begins with the tale of a murderous butcher with a killer appetite. Later, a twisted nurse hires a ruthless triggerman to help lighten her workload, and a notorious pervert runs afoul of vicious skateboarders. The mayhem continues when a man discovers that his faith could be his downfall, and the gory surprises just keep on coming for those brave enough to stick around to the bitter end. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi



Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Monday, March 26, 2012

A Suburban Fairytale

A disturbing and original shocking horror film from the dark heart of England! 

“A Suburban Fairytale” is directed, written, and produced by James Crow. It stars Robert Daniel Lowe, Yohanna Farrell, James Robinson, Tommy Knight, Danny Szam, Luke Flanagan, Vanessa Stevenson, Lisa Brunton-Wallace, Lucy Jane Clarvis, and Daniel Caine.

More news on this film is to come, but in the meantime please follow them on Twitter, and “Like” their Facebook page.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

What Would You Like To Promote?

Got a new book coming out this week? Finishing some new artwork, or a photo shoot? Recording a new podcast, or posting some new reviews? Having a big sale, or making an appearance? Here is your chance to Promote Horror! Leave a comment and/or link here with whatever it is you would like to promote for the week of Mar 25-31.

Last week Ashley Shannon promoted his movie blog for news, reviews and original features of horror/cult/b-movie: They Made Me Do It.

Happywax promoted his movie reviews on youtube under happywax1 or you can go to his blog-site Doomgoryums Horror Emporium, and their latest episode of Dead Walk Talk.

Also, The Devil’s Grave promoted their horror short “The Devil’s Grave, which you can view on YouTube


Friday, March 23, 2012

A Life Not To Follow

A trilogy of Neo-Noir films about the things people will do in order to stay alive: A wiseguy willing to do anything to move up in the world must now make the ultimate sacrifice. He must kill his best friend or in turn be killed: Eric is a dead man and he knows it. Death is imminent and he must make amends for his past sins, by killing those who wronged him, no matter the price: An F.B.I.agent turned P.I. is on the trail of a missing girl. In his long search for her he comes face to face with a host of unsavory characters who will lead him to perdition or salvation.

I had the pleasure of seeing Christopher Di Nunzio’s previous two films, “Livestock” and “Her Heart Still Beats.” I have no doubt that this will be another hit, but he needs your support to make it happen. Please click the pic, and support this film today! 

There are several great rewards for making a pledge including:

-A copy of our last film "Her Heart Still Beats" & a DVD of the film "Livestock" signed by the director.
-A Thank You Credit in the film plus a signed copy of this film by the director. You will also get our last film "Her Heart Still Beats" and a copy of the script signed by the lead actors and director.
-Tickets to the screening in Boston, Ma where you can see the film and meet the Cast & Crew!

-Associate Producer Credit on the final film and a signed copy of this film by the director.  

For more information on this campaign, and their previous films, you can find them on Facebook, andTwitter! 

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Acort International Acquires “DEADLY RENOVATIONS” For Worldwide Distribution

Acort International, one of the top distributors of independent films in the global marketplace, recently acquired horror/thriller film “Deadly Renovations” for international distribution. Distribution plans are currently in consideration, including a North American DVD release and a cable/satellite/internet VOD run. All worldwide rights are still available and the film will be premiering for distribution at the Hong Kong FILMART next week. Interested parties should contact Acort International's director of sales, Maureen van Mourik, at

About The Film:
“Deadly Renovations” is the twisted story of greed, manipulation, and murder surrounding a group of home renovators who purchase the historic Del Sol Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, which also happens to be the home of stolen millions.

Actor DJ Perry (An Ordinary Killer, Blood Ties) leads a strong cast including Lana Wood (Diamonds are Forever, Satan’s Mistress), Johnny Dark (David Letterman, Skin Walker) and Terence Knox (Children of the Corn II, Tour of Duty). The film was helmed and shot by Robert H. Gwinn and written/produced by Charles Pisaeno.

About Acort International:
Acort International was launched in early 2010, however the combined industry experience within the company is well over 40 years. Acort International executives attend almost every major film market and have distributed films in 25 territories worldwide and hundreds of countries. We are committed to staying on the forefront of next generation distribution methods and marketing campaigns, and we strive to find new and better methods in which to service our clientele.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

“Cast announced for Zombie Plantation!”

Huze Media Group is pleased to announce Jake McLaughlin, star of NBC’s Frontier pilot, has joined the cast of Zombie Plantation. McLaughlin (Oliver Stone’s Savages, In the Valley of Elah and Crash) will star as Mike Stone. Mike became the default leader of a group of survivors at the age of nine following his father's death and has earned their respect and gratitude over the past twenty years. Together with his wife, Summer, he has carved out a life for their son and every other resident of Stone Compound.

Genre fans are familiar with multiple award winning actor Gerald Webb (Zombie Apocalypse, Law and Order Los Angeles, Battle of Los Angeles, Air Collision ) who also stars as Lee, a dedicated family man whose quick wit is only matched by his quicker temper.  

Sean Huze (The Next Three Days, Green Zone, In the Valley of Elah) rounds out the starring cast as Andy, Mike’s right hand man who wrestles with loneliness in this post apocalyptic world. 

Synopsis: More than a quarter century has passed since humanity lost the war to the undead. A ragged group of families have managed to survive within the walls of Stone Compound, a make shift safe-haven for survivors led by Mike Stone (Jake McLaughlin). This growing community was never meant to be permanent, and is now on the verge of collapse. Resources are low and for the first time in over two decades, Mike leads a team to scavenge beyond the protection of the compound. He is joined by Lee (Gerald Webb) and Andy (Sean Huze). Unknowingly, they trespass on the property of Curtis Strong, the plantation boss of Rosewood. Strong has embraced the new world and the residents of Rosewood are slaves that live in fear of being fed to their late family and friends that have been turned into flesh-eating ghouls. Curtis senses they are not mere drifters and is eager to add to his group of unwilling subjects.  Through fear, torture and manipulation he tries to find out the location of Stone Compound.  Can Mike do what's necessary to save his people from becoming Curtis' slaves, or even worse, joining the ranks of the undead?

In the film’s first concept poster, Mike can be seen protecting his son while trying to make his way through the treachery of Strong’s Rosewood Plantation. As the undead rise, blood red runs through the grounds and sky symbolizing death looming in every shadow. Will the undead rule the day or does Rosewood Plantation hold more secrets than are revealed here? This previously unreleased, fear-inducing art beckons moviegoers to approach a world in chaos, where every step forward could be the last for Mike, his son, the families of Stone Compound, and maybe all of mankind.

Zombie Plantation was written by the critically acclaimed Sean Huze, whose recent efforts include penning the screenplay for The Tell Tale Heart starring Rose McGowan, the screenplay for The Wolf, and the stage play The Sand Storm.

Director: Sonny Marler.
Producers: Tom Bhramayana (Mysterious Island) and Matt Keith  (MutantsMysterious Island, The Tell Tale Heart)
Production start: Spring 2012 in St. Amant, Louisiana.

Zombie Plantation sneak peek location reel is here:

Zombie Plantation fan page: or official Twitter @ZomBplantation 

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Maya's Journal

First, here is some information about "Maya's Journal" from the writer, director, producer, camera, editor, and SPFX make-up artist Nadine L'Esperance:

"It is a tragic but funny at times zombie short. No budget but the characters and story make up for that!!
The story is about a little girl named Maya who has an alcoholic Dad as a result of her mother dying. When she heads to her Gramps for Spring break a virus hits his work and employees changing Maya's world in an instant. All alone in the beginnings of an outbreak, she heads home by herself to the comfort of her Dad. Only she finds out the virus has hit her own beloved neighborhood. And her Dad. With anger and sadness, Maya puts on a grin...and grabs some knives..."

This short film has been shown at:

-Dead on Film Vancouver, British Columbia Aug 2011(short film contest)
-Official Selection Zombiefeast Horror Festival Victoria, British Columbia Oct 2011
-Official Selection Jennifer’s Bodies Film Festival Feb 2012 Arbroath, Angus Scotland An Official Women in Horror event
-As of March 5/2012 an Official Selection of Shock Stock Festival Apr 2012 London, Ontario
-Black Flag TV

All right, enough stalling. Courtesy of Nadine L'Esperance, “Maya’s Journal”    

Well, I hope you enjoyed the short film. If you did, please leave a comment in the comment section below.

For more information about “Maya’s Journal,” please visit 

Also, please “Like” the official Facebook page, and follow Nadine on Twitter!

Today's DVD Releases

Here are some of the horror DVD releases for Mar. 20: 

Monday, March 19, 2012

Rabid Love

When Heather Ross and her lifelong friends take one final trip out to a cabin in the woods before they go their separate ways after graduating from college, the weekend takes an unexpected turn when people start disappearing. Is one of their own responsible? How about the killer bear that's rumored to be in the woods? Maybe one of the seemingly unstable hunters that have been drawn to the area and are out to get the bear? Join Heather and the gang as they find out where their loyalties truly lie and discover the secrets of the forest that might become a grave for all of them!

It would be good to see a film that is a throwback to the horror movies of the 70’s and 80’s. However, that might not happen without your support, so please click the pic and support this campaign today!

There are plenty of awesome rewards for making a pledge including:

-A one of a kind, framed piece of bloody clothing used in the film with a still frame showing it in use- signed by the cast member that wore it!
-A complete copy of the shooting script, DVD, and an 11x17 poster; all signed by the cast and crew- plus Associate Producer credit on the film!
-A bound book containing official set photos taken during production that will not be published or available anywhere else!
-Memorabilia from the TNT series 'Falling Skies', courtesy of our very own Colin Cunningham! (well worth it for fans of the show)

For more information about this film, please check it out on Facebook, and Twitter!

Sunday, March 18, 2012

What Would You Like To Promote?

Got a new book coming out this week? Finishing some new artwork, or a photo shoot? Recording a new podcast, or posting some new reviews? Having a big sale, or making an appearance? Here is your chance to Promote Horror! Leave a comment and/or link here with whatever it is you would like to promote for the week of Mar 18-24.

Friday, March 16, 2012

Controversial Horror Director Uwe Boll completes Profane Exhibit segment

Harbinger International Films has great news concerning our film The Profane Exhibit, an anthology of 13 international short films of extreme horror, produced by David Bond and Manda Manuel. 

Director Uwe Boll has completed his contribution to the film, the creepy and subversive short Basement, starring Caroline Williams (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2), Tara Cardinal and horror icon Clint Howard. David L Tamarin, General Counselor of Harbinger, attended the shoot and expressed his concern that the material might be too strong for mass consumption. "The film is about evil that is absolutely real. There are no zombies, and the only monster is of the human variety. The film takes you to a very dark place. Viewers need to prepare themselves for this one."

Uwe Boll's film is about the corruption of a family in a world where things are not always what they appear to be. A world where monsters parade as family men and home is another word for hell. In an ideal suburban home which could best be described as boring and ordinary a horrible secret exists deep in the basement. Clint Howard and Caroline Williams play a married couple with an ordinary life- except for the fact that they keep their starving and abused daughter in a locked basement room that she has not left in years. In this perverse nightmare scenario that is unfortunately based on fact, all the young daughter (Tara Cardinal) wants to do is go outside and into the sun. Instead she must endure daily cruelties. This is a tale of sexual depravity and psychological torture, and a subversive look at the depraved realities of suburban life. Uwe Boll, director of films such as Stoic, Rampage, Seed, Postal, Attack on Darfur, and more, has once again turned his eye on the nature of evil and corruption.

Other directors for the film include Richard Stanley, Marian Dora, Yoshihiro Nishimura, Sergio Stivaletti,  Ryan Nicholson, Michael Todd Schneider, and Andrey Iskanov. Many more to still be announced.

Please follow us on facebook at and at twitter at @ProfaneExhibit 

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Anniversary Nightmare

Anniversary Nightmare tells the story of a young couple celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary. Things go astray when a masked man from the couple's past breaks into their house demanding what is his. Will the couple manage to make it through the night?

"Anniversary Nightmare" will be the 3rd short film brought to you by Slasher Studios. If you need an example of what they can do, check out their first short film, "Teddy":

"Teddy", and their 2nd short "Popularity Killer" couldn’t have been made without the support of horror fans like you. Now that you have seen what they can do, please click the pic and help make this film happen! 

There are several awesome rewards for making a pledge today such as:

-A big thank you on our website (Slasher Studios)
-A link to where you can watch the film online once editing has been completed
-A big thank you at the end of the film
-A copy of the dvd, and a special edition copy of Teddy AND Popularity Killer

For more information on Slasher Studios, and their films, please visit: 

You can also find them on Twitter, and Facebook

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

The End of the World Playlist

The world as we knew it had ended. Deep in the mountains of the west coast, six men survived. In the town of River’s Bend, these six friends continued on with their lives as zombies inherited the Earth. As they navigated the world that had been left behind, the soundtrack of life played on.

“The End of the World Playlist" is getting some great reviews, including these reviews that mention some pretty famous people:

“If you think you might like to take a break from the real world and enjoy some quick zombie/end-of-the-world fun, you would be wise to check out this little novella from Dan O'Brien. This is my first read by this author but I'll definitely be looking for more… I swear there were times when he was channeling Stephen King, one of the few to master the novella form. The very title reminded me of King's work and the dialog within seemed straight from King's own mind.”

“Finessed by O'Brien's stylized, clean, well-edited writing `The End' becomes a dystopian Tarrantino automatic rifle shoot 'em up! And I mean that as a compliment! You'll cringe, You'll squeal like a little girl, You'll laugh. Good Characters will die...and that's just the Beginning ... of `The End'.”

Find out why these reviews mentioned the names King, and Tarrantino by reading the novel today. It is available at: 

Get to know author Dan O’Brien: 

"Dan O'Brien is an editor, writer, and screenwriter. He currently attends a California university and is pursuing a graduate degree in psychology. He has written over 10 novels, several screenplays, and is working on a graphic novel. A philosopher and martial artist, his days are filled with writing and training. He is an eclectic writer who dabbles in many genres, though most have sweeping elements of scientific inquiry and reason. Most of the novels fall into the categories of science fiction and fantasy, though there is something for everyone. Romance, horror, young adult, and even drama have found their way from his mind to paper." 

To learn more about "The End of the World Playlist," and author Dan O'Brien, please visit:

You can also follow him on Twitter.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012


A writer who has been trying to straighten out his life and career meets a fan, and she has a story of her own to tell.

Time is running out to help support this film. Please click the pic, and help make this film happen!

There are several great rewards for making a pledge such as:

-A copy of the finished DVD
-An autographed photo of the lovely Mel Carver who plays Olivia in CRAZED
-An autographed prop from the film
-An executive producer credit on CRAZED, which appear first on the opening credits

You can also show your support by “Liking” their Facebook page.

Today's DVD Releases

Here are some of the horror DVD releases for Mar. 13:

Monday, March 12, 2012

Black Flag TV


Black Flag TV is the place to see many truly amazing independent films produced by filmmakers driven by a passion for the genre! We broadcast (almost) 24/7, free of charge, screening imaginative movies that you just won’t find at your local video store or through mainstream download channels.

What’s on Black Flag TV?

Everything from independent short and feature films, series, and documentaries to music videos and even vintage public-domain films. Most of our content falls under the umbrella of horror/ thrillers, fantasy, space and science fiction, action, and martial arts. But you’ll also discover edgy comedies and bizarre stuff that just cannot be categorized! On Black Flag TV, we run midnight movies all day long!

Why Do We Do It?

Because we believe in independent movies! Typically, low-budget inde films are more audacious and creative than the usual Hollywood fare. The makers of these movies often deal with content big-budget producers consider too risky. Further, few distributors are willing to include these daring independent films in their catalogues. This is where Black Flag TV stands out! Our mission is to provide these movies with the fitting exposure they so clearly deserve!

Free Movies all the Time! But You Can Donate to the Cause!

Black Flag TV brings you free movies all the time! Just to be totally clear about that, we offer 24/7 programming at absolutely no charge. If you like what you see, however, you can help keep us going by donating to the cause. Several subscription plans are available; choose the one that is for you! Some plans include free gifts and really cool swag. Thank you for your financial support.

No PPV! No VOD! No Downloadable Movies!

Nope. None of that. Just plain old-fashioned TV. In these days of everything being available online, on-demand, this may seem a concept from the stone age, but we like it retro! And every movie screening on Black Flag TV runs several times a week in different time slots, so you’ll easily have opportunity to see your favourites. Also, you can visit our Amazon store and purchase the movies on DVD. Most of the films presented on Black Flag TV are made available on DVD via our sister company Black Flag Pictures. 

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To learn more about Black Flag TV, please visit: 

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You can also find them on Twitter, and Facebook

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Harvest Tide Releases Behind the Scenes Look At Microcinema

MASSACHUSETTS (March 8, 2012) – Massachusetts-based Harvest Tide Productions releases "Making of Microcinema,"  a behind the scenes look at the making of the cult horror short and Rondo Hatton Award nominee, "Microcinema," including interviews with the cast and crew. Watch this exclusive video here -

“Microcinema” quickly became a cult favorite and wowed critics and audiences last year at several horror film festivals and screenings within the few short months of its release. Screenings in 2011 included the 1st Annual Danish Horror Film Festival: THE TURBINE at Spinderihallerne, Vejle, Denmark; All Things Horror Shudder Fest at the Somerville Theater in Somerville, MA; Short Horror Films at AS220 in Providence, RI; the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival; and before Canadian horror film fans at Fright Night Theater presents: ABSENTIA & Microcinema at the Staircase Cafe Theater in Hamilton, Ontario.

Starring Alex Lewis and Aurora Grabill, “Microcinema” is the story of Peter Martell, a highly educated well-to-do young man with too much free time on his hands. He spends it 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 boundary between participant and observer takes a different turn.

"Microcinema” is now available on the film’s website for under .99 cents. The best horror for under a dollar.


What the critics are saying about “Microcinema” 

Chris Conduit of The Conduit Speaks, put "Microcinema" as the best horror short of the year giving it his Conduit Award.

Danielle Holman writing for Truly Disturbing Horror, listed "Microcinema" as one of the five best horror films saying, "Skip Shea’s seven minute short film is deserving in the ranks of the big films as it’s able to accomplish more in less than ten minutes than an hour and a half feature length film." In her Bleeding Dead blog, she called "Microcinema.... One of the most important horror films in our time."

"The film is brave and unrelenting. It is a breath of fresh air to a lot of the common horror tricks that are being trotted out time and again." -Alexandra West, Scare Tactics Blog.

"In what stands out as a giddy teenager spitting in the face of authority, Harvest Tide Productions and Uxbridge, MA’s own Skip Shea have crafted a short film that solidly runs all the lines of horror while establishing its own unique and disturbing storyline that scares (pun intended) away from the genre’s usual archaic tropes." - Josh Lyford, Pulse Magazine. 


"You will not be expecting to see the events that unfold in this shocking short film." - The Horror Spot

"The script itself deserves kudos for completely drawing your attention to the one aspect we would expect every horror film to contain and then suddenly shocks you with an element you rarely see in this genre."  The Scariest Movies Online 

"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 

"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

"The new indie horror romp Microcinema and it is a doozy." - 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"  Unicronsblud's Horror Reviews

“Twisted and sick but with a new vision.” - The Dr. Chris Radio of Horror
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