Bride of Frankie

Written/Directed by Devi Snively; Produced by Agustin Fuentes, Kara Kane, Marybeth Saunders

In this darkly comedic feminist nod to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, a not-so-mad scientist builds a mate for her mentor’s lonely creation with electrifying—and deadly— results.

19 minutes

The Call of Charlie

Written by Guy Benoit, John Simpson, & Nick Spooner; Directed by Nick Spooner; Produced by John Malina

A trendy Los Angeles couple sets up a blind date for two of their friends, one of whom is an ancient evil deity from beneath the sea. Unfortunately, on the evening of the rendezvous, two interlopers unexpectedly arrive at dinner to make the situation all the more awkward. Influenced by the writings of H.P. Lovecraft.

8 minutes


Written/Directed by Greg Kovacs; Produced by Greg Kovacs, Darren Hutchings, Brad McMillan, Nathan Hawkins, & Stephanie Christiaens

In this messed up children’s television show, Anna (the show’s host) and Ellery (her puppet pal) discover different interpretations of the word “fun”.

3 minutes

Girl #2

Written by Kari Wahlgren; Directed by David H. Jeffery; Produced by David H. Jeffery, Kari Wahlgren, Mark Relyea, Meta Valentic & Ian B. Williams

One night Jenn and Stacey find themselves trapped in their pledge house as a deranged murderer goes on a killing spree. The girls barricade themselves in an upstairs bedroom as the assailant closes in. Knowing they are doomed, the girls formulate a desperate plan.

9 minutes

Hard Times

Written/Directed by Ibba Armancas; Produced by Aidan Vitti & Lionel Flynn

Shay, the happy-go-lucky last woman on earth, thinks the end of the world is great; she can do, eat, and wear whatever she wants. In fact, the only downside she’s noticed is that the apocalypse makes it pretty hard to get laid. So when she stumbles upon a zombie-infested sex shop, she’s willing to do whatever it takes, including facing down its Mean Girls-esque undead horde, to get her satisfaction.

11 minutes


Written/Directed by Brian White; Produced by Shaun Wells

A balloon goes on a murderous rampage–for love. Helium is a short film about a small town policeman who must solve a bizarre crime and search for a killer on the loose.

13 minutes


Written by Adam A. Losurdo & Chris Stival; Directed by Adam A. Losurdo; Produced by Adam A. Losurdo & Anja Gundersen Gøystdal

A senseless wandering ghoul roaming through a world of the hunger-less undead and accepting yet resentful humans will soon discover a craving that leaves him completely and utterly without hope. Like the rest of his kind, Karl turned into a senseless ghoul after a mysterious disease struck the living of the modern world. While most people went about their everyday lives after some time, some that witnessed the change became hostile towards the infected without facing any consequences from the timid zombies themselves until… all hope was gone.

12 minutes


Written by Milly Sanders; Directed by: Matt Thiesen & Justin Lee; Produced by Milly Sanders, Bebe Sanders, Justin Lee, Matt Thiesen, & Jesse Foudray.

A moody goth girl (Scarlet) deep in the throes of artistic creation is interrupted by her neighbor’s incessant Christmas music. When Scarlet confronts her cheery, pressed and perfect neighbor (Betty) she finds out looks can be deceiving, and to never underestimate the power of Christmas cheer.

7 minutes

Till Death

Written/Directed by Molly Roland; Produced by Yu Ying Chien

After tripping and falling in a haunted house, a loner teen, Nick, has the ability to see and talk to, Ruth, a lonely ghost. The two bond over mutual head injuries and mutual loneliness. However, Ruth worries the friendship may be short lived.

6 minutes

Time To Eat

Written/Directed by Luke Asa Guidici; Produced by Johny Wynn

After being sent to timeout, a mischievous boy’s trip to the basement leads to a monstrous revelation.

I’ve always been fascinated by the blurring of reality and fantasy and I wanted to explore that in Time To Eat. I started with the classic childhood fear of the “creepy basement” and then asked the question, “what if there really was a monster?” Then, I put my twist on it. Even though this is a horror film, it’s important that my protagonists are never victims. I like to empower my characters so they can rise above their struggles. Just like the main character—we’ve all got monsters in our basements we need to overcome.

4 minutes