What it’s about-
After finding a bloody face mask in the street during an epidemic outbreak, a concerned neighbour calls his home-isolating friends to check on them. Meanwhile the friends are experiencing their own horrors in their homes during lockdown.
The five short films are made under the rules:
- Shoot in your place of isolation;
- Shoot on your phone;
- Make horror films.
The five filmmakers came up with their own concepts, goals, style and expression under these rules creating five very different horror short films, using few resources and limited technical gear available, inspired by the lockdown, and strung together by producer Nicolai Kornum.
So, like I said… want to watch a horror movie with me? Sorry we can’t NETFLIX & CHILL, but we can YOUTUBE AND BLOG! (I wish I would have set up the chat here, it would have been like the good ol’ days back at Zombie Fiend!)
I’m going to wait a little bit, then watch it here. Want to join me? It’s only about 25 minutes long, and looks pretty cool. We can text in the comments maybe? Idk how it will work out, but if you’d like to stare at a screen at the same time as me – meet me back here at say… 5:00ish (in about an hour and a half ). We might not even be able to communicate, but we’ll never know if we don’t try sometime! If I don’t see you then, then I’ll see you later. Until then, stay safe, and stay scary – not scared!
Peace, Love & Necrophilia 💋
Need something to take your mind off of #coronageddon? Check out OUTBREAK, the new short horror film from Alex Magaña!
Reports of strange and aggressive behavior pour in from across the country sending the nation into wide spread panic.
Writer. Director. DP. Editor – Alex Magaña
1st AD – Matt Lowe
CONNECT WITH ALEX MAGAÑA:
You can contact Alex by emailing him here
They only wanted to stay one night.
But one night can last a lifetime at… THE LAST MOTEL.
The Lodgepole Pine Motel is the setting for nerve-wracking terror when a group of unsuspecting travelers find themselves trapped in a nightmare of violence and mayhem. Madge Fraiser is the kindly old owner of the rustic mountain hideaway, which, during one long night, will become awash with blood, as the guests are stalked one by one by a sadistic killer. Who will live to see the dawn, and who will learn that this is one motel where checking in can be murder?
Here’s a great question for everyone…
THE LAST MOTEL was published 07.31.2011 by LegumeMan Books*, (awww… I MISS LegumeMan!!), so why the fuk did I JUST find it?! SOMEONE really should have recommended this to me years ago! Finger Of Shame, my friends. Finger Of Shame.
A husband and wife…
A pair of petty criminals…
A young man…
And a perverse serial killer…
It’s Halloween night, and the Lodgepole motel is seeing more action than it has in years. The owner can feel trouble coming as she checks in each of the guests. None of them can shake the feeling of déjà vu as they meet, and start to get to know each other. They’ll soon find out they are all linked by events that happened earlier that night – each link/event being more fukked up & twisted than the last!
I’m not going to take the chance of ruining this story for you, so as I’m shutting up – you need to go get this book & read it!! Hurry up, so we can talk about it!! I’m DYING!
* Author’s Note re: publication
“[…] The book was published in 2005 by Biting Dog Publications. When the rights reverted back to me in 2009 I approached the good people at LegumeMan Books about publishing a new edition. […]
Kindle notes while reading…
70% oh shit!
Holy Shit – This book was great! I couldn’t put it down!
Ozploitation / Ausploitation – Low-budget Australian exploitation films of the 70’s and 80’s
Shortlink – http://wp.me/p37DRX-1FA
*from HorrorFreak News:
“[Cry Little Sister] is a must-watch, epic horror mashup, one that seamlessly edits over 200 genre favorites into 5 absolutely thrilling minutes that left me breathless! The video is set to a heavily electronic remix of Cry Little Sister from The Lost Boys soundtrack and includes samples of iconic horror quotes that complement the lyrics perfectly. What’s more, this skillful audio/visual collage is clearly organized into chapters: Werewolves, zombies, slashers, and more.”
♫♪♫♪ Cry, little sister (Thou shall not fall) ♪♫♪♫
♪♫♪♫ Come to your brother (Thou shall not die) ♫♪♫♪
♫♪♫♪ Unchain me, sister (Thou shall not fear) ♪♫♪♫
♪♫♪♫ Love is with your brother (Thou shall not kill) ♫♪♫♪
Imagine a realm where the most horrifying terrors of the underworld emerge to wreak bloody vengeance upon any who… hmm? what’s that? you wanna go literally anywhere else? yeah, good idea let’s get out of here.
“You wanna come?”
“No. No I don’t.”
Nick Graves is a miserable man. Every day he comes home from his dream job to a stale marriage. On the day he finally summons the courage to tell his wife, Eve, he wants a divorce she has exciting news for him – she’s pregnant.
Nick is a spiteful man. He purchases his dream home in an ideal location far away from family, friends, and coworkers. It’s a life changing decision he’s chosen to make without Eve’s consultation.
Nick is a terrified man. He quickly realizes the residents of his new hometown are a bit eccentric. After a trip to the local doctor’s office Eve begins to behave strangely. And once Nick finds out what’s really going on he’ll never be able to look at Eve the same way.
* Original post by Mat Whitehead on Buzzfeed
Watch what happens when Scott Rogowsky and Akilah Hughes secretly record peoples reactions as they ride the subway with brilliant mock book covers. I love every single thing about this!
The Buzzfeed article and this video led me to the original Taking Fake Book Covers on the Subway YouTube video –
I wish some of these titles were real!