A foolhardy security guard has the night from Hell, when his curiosity sends him investigating what goes on… Downstairs…
“Downstairs” is an award-winning horror short by “The Boxleitner Brothers”. We follow the (mis)adventures of Flip Schubbers, a security guard who’s been working the night shift in an art gallery for a couple of weeks. When two obnoxious artists arrive at his desk, complaining about a foul stench from inside the building, he starts investigating and is soon lead downstairs. This horror short throws in a little bit of comedy with all the suspense and makes it quite an entertaining piece, so bring your popcorn and sit back and enjoy!
Once a year, estranged brothers Michael and Peter make a reluctant pilgrimage to the old fairground where their friend Sam went missing three decades ago. This time, Michael has a secret to confess.
“Ghost Train” is a horror short that obviously has a certain budget, and delivers both suspense and atmosphere. Director Lee Cronin recently made his feature film debut with “The Hole in the Ground”. We recently ordered this movie on dvd, so expect to see a review of it on Horror Ghouls later!
A guy is house sitting in a home where the lights can be turned on and off by simply clapping your hands. Easily amused by this, he has some fun in the house before settling in. It soon becomes evident he’s not really alone in that house, however…
“Clap Clap” is a horror short by Brandon Piskorik, which is simple yet still very effective, and should easily be able to give you the chills!
Director: Brandon Piskorik Year: 2017 Actors: Aaron Burt, Andrew Burt
Honourable old Wong has been a squid fisherman for nearly all of his life, but unfortunately, nowadays, he struggles to make ends meet. Soon, his fishing rod’s bell will cheerfully ring, but does he really want to surface his prized catch?
“The Fisherman” is a fun and well made horror short that should be able to please any sea monster fans out there!
Director: Alejandro Suárez Lozano Country & year: Spain, 2015 (filming locations: Hong Kong) Actors: Andrew Ng, Ng Kam Cheun, Patrick Yip, Fung Tak Che, Scott Eliasoph IMDb:https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4506186/
Legend has it, that deep in a foul stone-walled well resides a vile feline being, which instead of paws, has human hands for stealing body parts from unsuspecting passersby. With this in mind, a weary old man leads an enigmatic young stranger deep in the rude and undisturbed woods to witness firsthand the otherworldly creature. Could this ghastly old folk tale be true after all?
“The Cat With Hands” is a horror/fantasy short from 2001 made by Robert Morgan, and features some good old-fashioned stop motion animation. A short, strange and dark little tale!
When you are all alone in a small dark room, what do you fear the most? Is it the temporary blindness or is it the uneasy deep feeling that someone, or rather something, is observing your every move?
“Lights Out” is the horror short by David F. Sandberg that later became the full-length 2016 horror movie by the same name. In many ways this horror short can be seen as somewhat superior to the film, since it keeps a lot of the mystery with its short run-time, and can easily take us all back to those periods in our life when we were afraid of what might hide in the dark…
Alma, a little girl, skips through the snow-covered streets of a small town. Her attention is caught by a strange doll in an antique toy shop window. Fascinated, Alma decides to enter.
“Alma” is a CGI animated horror short by Rodrigo Blaas, which tells us a simple yet creepy tale. In the world of animation, Rodrigo is a familiar name as he’s been involved in several animated classics (as an animator for Ice Age, Ratatouille, Wall-E, Up and more, and also as a director for some episodes of Guillermo del Toro’s animated series “Trollhunters: Tales of Arcadia”). This little short goes to show that all kinds of animation, even if it’s “cute”, can be quite creepy…
After dusting off an old Mystery-Date style board game, a mother and daughter realize the game holds more evil than amusement.
“Your Date Is Here” is a simple yet still effective horror short, by the same people that also brought us “Mikus“. A girl wants to play a board game with her mother, a really old one that belonged to her grandmother. The game is simply called “Your Date Is Here”, a girly and seemingly cute game. After a little while, however, it turns out that the game should have been left on the top shelf never to be played again…