Quenottes is a story about a little mouse, but not just any mouse. It is THE little mouse, or tooth fairy, of your childhood—the one that brought you your first coin in exchange for the tooth under your pillow. In everybody’s mind, the little mouse is a benevolent and generous character. What if it isn’t? What if it is actually a neurotic psychopath obsessing about its collection of dental trophies? If a tooth is missing, it simply must be replaced. By any means necessary…12 minutes
In a shady haunted house attraction where the performers are assaulting female patrons in order to make a name for themselves, the tables are turned when the performers attempt to take on two women who bring a new level of terror as they do some ass kicking of their own.13 minutes
The Fisherman’s Wife is a no holds-barred Horror fest—full of mystery, monsters, and a literal swimming pool full of blood.
Becky can’t get her good-for-nothing husband Frank to sign their divorce papers. When she tries to confront him on a dark and mysterious night, she finds their old fishing cottage deserted. And things aren’t as they seem when Frank finally appears down by the water’s edge…10 minutes
A small-town waitress offers a warm meal to an enigmatic drifter in a rundown diner. Little does she know she’s let a vicious and calculative werewolf loose on the diner’s colorful population.11 minutes
On a wave of Internet nostalgia, Corvalo, a former creature feature host, goes on tour
to promote a reboot of The Crypt of Corvalo, his long-running regional television show. When his agent arrives, Corvalo hopes there is good news about his return to the small screen, but is informed that the show has stalled. Unable to quench his thirst for fame, Corvalo decides to reveal his true self and quench his thirst in other ways.
Corvalo is an exploration of identity, a love letter to horror films, and an ode to
creature feature shows of the 70s and 80s.