Directed by Daniel Lafrentz; Written by Chris Grillot and Ezra Herz; Produced by Geoff Faugerolas, Daniel Lafrentz, Jeremy Hill, and Griff Jones
A pair of mismatched U.S. Marshals – a reformed outlaw and a free man of color – is sent to the Kansas frontier to uncover the fate of a Marshal who went missing while escorting a member of a notorious gang to his hanging. But when the Marshals find the condemned man alone and barely alive, the obvious answers don’t hold water. All the evidence points to something much darker and more sinister.
Directed and Written by Mikko Löppönen; Produced by Bianca Bradley and Mikko Löppönen
After her hunt for a demon goes awry, Brazen tries to sell the incident off as an accident. This annoys her employer to no end.
Directed by Kevin Patrick Murphy; Written and Produced by Jennifer Trudrung
When her young daughter goes missing, a mother is haunted by nightmares of her daughter in a derelict location. These visions lead to clues as to what happened to her daughter, and also indicate who might have taken her.
Directed, Written, and Produced by Eric Paperth and Tyler March
A jaded New York stockbroker boards the ferry for his monotonous morning commute, but his boring routine is interrupted when all of the other passengers mysteriously disappear.
Directed, Written, and Produced by Wally Chung
When one’s mission conflicts with another; a clash of wills.
Directed and Written by Terry Ziegelman and Paul George; Produced by Terry Ziegelman
A tale about the undying love between a doggie and his friend.
Directed by Ian Hunt Duffy; Written by Darach McGarrigle; Produced by Simon Doyle
Ten-year-old Jack is excited about heading out to sea on a fishing trip with his Dad. But things take a sudden, dark turn when his Dad stops the boat and tells Jack that they have hit a monster. This seems like a joke at first, and Jack nervously tries to play along, but his Dad insists Jack must get down into the water and face it head on. Realizing that his Dad is deadly serious, a terrified Jack has no choice but to obey. What Jack sees in the water will change him forever, and the sinister rite of passage will have horrific consequences.
Directed by Anthony Cousins; Written by Richard Louprasong; Produced by Anthony Cousins and Richard Louprasong
A night of babysitting takes a dark turn when Annie discovers the little girl she’s watching has an imaginary friend she can only see if she plays a certain game.
Directed, Written, and Produced by Pawel P. Achtelik
World War II is over. In the Polish People’s Republic, nothing is more valuable than a constant supply of food — not even Silesia’s booming mining economy.
When one of the miners disappears without a trace from the local mines, The foreman pays local whisperer Sidonia in food rations for help solving this mystery. The depths of the mine reveal supernatural involvement in the incident.
Directed, Written, and Produced by Zachary Stephens
Amber drives herself to a spot in the woods to enjoy a relaxing day in the forest. She arrives at the edge of the treeline, locks her car, and ventures into the woods. After taking in the sights, smells, and sounds of the forest, she returns to the parking lot to find that her car isn’t where she thought it was. Using her key fob, she tries to locate her car with the “dook dook” sound of the lock. This leads her back into the woods where she ultimately discovers that she, and her car, are not alone.
Directed by Tony E. Valenzuela; Written by Tony E. Valenzuela; Produced by Daniel Paul and Pepi Sonuga; Co-Produced by Eric N. Young
The Daisyland Carnival is a small but legendary music and mayhem shadow show that began sometime in the early 1970s. No one knows for sure exactly when it started, only that is has appeared across the country every fall, far from the reach of city lights and the law. Once the gates have closed and all the patrons have gone home, the cast of the carnival comes to life. Each member of the troupe has a dark gift and job to fulfill, as Daisyland is a place for the collection of souls.
Directed by Dan Delano; Written by Owen Royce; Produced by Damian Walker
The threat of getting wet holds dire consequences for a family caught in a quickly growing storm. This short was written, filmed, and edited all within 48 hours.
Directed by Ash Blodgett; Written by Rose Meza; Produced by Rose Meza
Stacey thinks it’s her against the end of the world, but little does she know that she’s up against more than what she bargained for when the Loan Ranger arrives. Now, she’s faced with the task of scraping money together to pay her student debt while surviving the zombie apocalypse.