Friday the 13th, also known as Black Friday in some countries, is considered an unlucky day! And also the perfect day for some great horror films. The fear of the number 13 has been given a scientific name: triskadekaphobia! Just to let you know.. Enjoy our selection of horror shorts. Happy Friday the 13th!
Lights Out – Who’s There
Be warned: If you’re afraid of the dark, you might want to skip this one. Lights Out is a short horror film that follows a woman readying herself for bed, only to find that something may be lurking in the shadows.
Shopping in a Zombie Apocalypse
1 in a series of short Zombie films directed by Matt Devine for Boost Mobile and The Monkeys agency.
Set on one fateful night, six friends gather for their monthly ‘games night’… and accidentally unleash a demonic force that might tear them – and their friendships – to pieces. ‘Don’t Move’ is the 8th slice in Bloody Cuts‘ anthology of short horror films, made by a team of UK film-makers on low budgets. Directed by Anthony Melton, written by David Scullion, produced by Ben Franklin and with cinematography by Jonny Franklin, it stars Rachel Bright and Jake Hendriks alongside Kate Braithwaite, Beth Cooper, Ian Whyte, Calvin Dean and Martin Skipper.
A portrait of our society. Consumption and insanity go together. The artist is the blank canvas that changes every act.
The intervention in the supermarket goes by various nuances of the total absolute pleasure to disgust, an outbreak within a prison called consumption. The public space is used as a stage of subversion and dialectics with consumers in a peaceful but strong way. huckfilmes.com
A new short film by Mark Slutsky, Music by CFCF. “We’ve all noticed that time seems to move faster as we grow older — but what if you could build a machine that slowed time to the point of imperceptibility? In Mark Slutsky’s gorgeous new film The Decelerators, a group of people manage to do just that — and the result is almost worthy of The Twilight Zone.”
The Grey Matter
An office stiff wakes up in an alley mysteriously covered in blood. In the aftermath, he attracts the attention of his beautiful coworker, granting him a new lease on life …but something strange is afoot.
Dead Man’s Lake
When 3 campers visit a private lakeside hideaway for some summer fun, little do they know the horror that awaits them. “Dead Man’s Lake”, an homage to the classic slasher flicks of the ’80s, is the sixth episode in the Bloody Cuts anthology, as well as being the directorial debut of series producer/creator Ben Franklin. Watch more horror at: bloodycuts.co.uk
Mother Died: Special Edition
This new cut of the film includes a fresh grade by the super talented Patrick Inhofer (Colorist Flight School), a beautiful new score from Patrick Jonnson, a gut wrenching new sound design/mix from Kristoffer Salting and Brian Dyrby and a very special treat from VFX wonder boy – Ryan Thompson.