Alfred J Hemlock

Written by Melissa Lyons & Edward Lyons; Directed by Edward Lyons; Produced by Melissa Lyons, Lucas Newton, & Edward Lyons

When a young woman is abandoned in the night by her abusive boyfriend, her only way home is through an alleyway where she is terrorized by the mysterious entity Alfred J Hemlock. After wearing her down, Hemlock offers her a seductive but deadly solution. It is only by reaching the depths of her despair that the woman finds the strength within herself that nobody suspected she had.

14 minutes


Written by Andrew Kemp; Directed by Michel Monty; Produced by Samantha Osburn

A little girl named Alice spends her family get-together avoiding her creepy Auntie. Is Auntie harmless, or is Alice right to keep her distance?

8 minutes

Creatures of Whitechapel

Written/Produced by Rebecca Martin; Directed by Jonathan Martin

A brand new vision that brings together some of horror’s most iconic characters, Creatures of Whitechapel reveals the monster inside us all in this gothic love story of creation and madness.

Jack the Ripper stalks the streets of London, searching for the perfect victims to help Dr. Frankenstein, her master, bring his Creation to life. However, rumors of Frankenstein’s nighttime activities are brewing, and Jack, revealed to be Igor, is tasked with one last foray into the bowels of Victorian London to find the last piece needed to bring Frankenstein’s mad vision to life.

25 minutes

Ding Dong

Written/Directed/Produced by Timothy Troy

Alexis goes to bed, her husband out having a drink with the guys. The doorbell keeps ringing, but each time there’s no one there. Someone, or something, is playing a terrifying game of Ding Dong Ditch…

4 minutes

The Fainting Room

Written by Jaime Schirmer & Max Walker; Directed by Max Walker; Produced by Fugo Studios

As young Nye and his father attempt to repair their shattered relationship, his father’s unorthodox methods of coping with grief appear to be taking their toll. Why does Nye’s father lock himself away every night? What is going on behind the locked door? What are Nye’s dreams trying to tell him?

7 minutes

Girls Against Humanity

Written/Directed/Produced by Joseph Lavender

There’s nothing left in sister’s Alexandra and Kara’s world except for death and a rare, crimson colored gem that is extremely valuable. When Kara finds one of the gems left on a dead body, she is kidnapped by a group of hunters bent on retrieving the gem. Alexandra, assuming her sister is dead, tracks down the hunters to unleash her own brand of vengeance against what’s left of humanity.

8 minutes


Written/Directed by Samuel Goodwin; Produced by Samantha Osburn

A young boy, left alone as an unnatural threat ravages the world, clings to his daily routine as he waits for his mother to come back for him.

12 minutes


Written/Directed/Produced by Chris Jopp

Meow is a bloodstained genre mash offering life lessons in demonic cats, dubious landlords and overbearing mothers. Samantha is a strong-willed young woman in her 20s, who ignores her landlord’s strict No Pets policy and takes in a stray cat from the alleyway behind her newly settled apartment. She grows attached to the kitten she dubs Meow, but amidst a series of shockingly bloody occurrences begins to think the sweet kitten may be capable of murder.

6 minutes

The Night Delivery

Written/Directed by Scott O’Hara; Produced by Ann Lommori, Tim O’Hara, Bryan Bihari, Cindy Tseng, Steve & Stacey Durant

When grocery delivery employees Max, Bryce, and Rich go on the last run of the day, their motives are anything but sincere. As they begin the theft at the Ramsey residence, they quickly discover an evil entity has already taken control of the home and its occupant. In a last ditch effort to escape, the co-workers find themselves hunted, unknowingly drawing the monster through past and present actions. With time running out and the body count rising, they are faced with one final choice. Will it be the right one?

15 minutes


Written by Kyle Daly; Directed by Kyle Daly & Taylor J Martin; Produced by Taylor J Martin & Kyle Daly

Hidden in the shadows, monsters lurk just out of sight. We flip on the bedside lamp to cast them away. But if we fear the dark, how do we know they don’t fear the light? What makes our fears more legitimate than their own? In Nightlight the viewer is forced to see another perspective, realizing that what is comforting to us may be terrifying to another.

4 minutes


Written/Directed by Michael Bartolomeo; Produced by Stephen West-Rogers

A lonely young man dreams of one day becoming a Rubik’s Cube master, but his obsession soon turns deadly. This horror-fantasy is entirely comprised of over 11,000 still photographs played back at 30 frames per second.

8 minutes

Your Date Is Here

Written/Directed/Produced by Todd Spence & Zak White

After dusting off an old Mystery Date-style board game, a mother and daughter realize the game holds more evil than amusement.

6 minutes


Written/Directed by Richard Kodai; Produced by Amy Brice, Kevin Burroughs, & Richard Kodai

Zaw is a bloodthirsty, child-eating monster, and Samantha just happens to know where he lives. In a cabin in the woods, where else? She talks some local kids into a game of dare. They sneak up on Zaw’s front porch, knock and whoever stays the longest without running away, will win the game. But what happens when Zaw actually shows up?

7 minutes