Check out a new batch of short horror films from Zach Lorkiewicz, Brayden Read, Dan Gitsham, Tim Reis & James Sizemore, and Trevor Larson
Hill and Carroll discuss the new streaming platform that spotlights some of the great new short horror films being released today.
This month features films from Ethan Blum, Scott Riopelle, Jaanelle Yee, Elizabeth J. Theis, and Josh Tanner.
Some brief words with the director of the short FILTH
Check out films from Emily Gagne & Josh Korngut, Jasper Vrancken, Adam Ciolfi, and Anthony Cousins.
Another short chat, this time with the director of the short TOGETHER.
Between Jordan Peele’s mounting accolades and Stephen King adaptations holding box office records, it seems as if our beloved genre has finally gone mainstream. Or has it? Two writers enter the ring to battle it out…
This month we have shorts from Izzy Lee, Ryan Oksenberg, Jeremy Herbert, and Rafael De Leon, Jr.
A new batch of short horror films from Jill "Sixx" Gevargizian, Al Lougher, Michael Varrati, and Rakefet Abergel.
We've got a frosty batch of short horror films to showcase for December.
This month's Cut Short interview features Rob Savage, director of the super-tense short SALT
Two indie film makers talk about how a passion project blew up into one of the biggest independent short film productions in history.
This month's Short Cuts features a guy stalked by an unseen being in his parking garage, a hit man turned babysitter, a time-bending slasher, and two of the most tense minutes I've seen in a horror movie for quite some time.
This month's Cut Short Interview features Sam Wineman, director of one of my favorite shorts of the year, "The Quiet Room."
The 4th Annual Ax Wound Film Festival is coming up in Brattleboro, VT on November 9th and 10th and will feature short films from some amazing women in the genre.
October is officially here, and to celebrate I’ve got a super-sized batch of horror shorts for you to check out.
For this month's Cut Short Interview, I catch up with Irish-Australian film maker Lyndsay Sarah Doyle, director of "Room of Doors."
Halloween is almost here, so get a jump start on the spooky season with our newest round of films and an announcement about a festival coming up at the end of October.
Last month I welcomed you all to summer, and this month I would like to welcome you all to the fiery hell that has enveloped us all and will apparently burn between now and the end of time. But I've got some great short horror to check out and give you an excuse to stay inside in the air conditioning at least for a little while.
Welcome to summer, horror fans. Or as most of us like to call it, “Pre-Autumn.” I’d like to thank those of you who have already started contacting me with films to consider for the column.
Welcome to the first edition of Short Cuts, a column devoted to those movies that pack a lot of fright into a small run time.
RUE MORGUE got a chance to talk to TRAGEDY GIRLS writer/director Tyler MacEntyre, writer Chris Lee Hill, and producer Tara Ansley to find out what it took to make this murderous duo so damn likeable. Read the full interview here.
After suffering a devastating burglary this past Halloween, CHAMBER OF HORRORS NY is transforming their haunted attractions into a Christmas horror fundraiser from December 15-16. If you’re in the area, you have a chance to help out, while getting one last good scare in before the New Year!
The polarizing 1980s adaptation of V.C. Andrews' classic novel arrives November 12th!
Unstable ground and rue morgue present the Little Terrors short film event at Frightmare in the falls
A special presentation at the upcoming FRIGHTMARE IN THE FALLS convention in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Featuring a great program of highlights from last season, and a special sneak preview from our upcoming season premiere, it's 90 minutes of gory, scary fun!
THE HEAD HUNTER is an out-of-nowhere horror film with a head full of artistic aspirations that proves a vision can be made manifest when the right people are so committed to bringing it to life.
There are bodily fluids aplenty in SPUNK’S NOT DEAD, an omnibus shocker that sees release in April. We’ve got the exclusive first look at the trailer and latest poster.
The ghostly past is not what we think in this 1970s tv chiller...
E-DEMON follows the gamut of cliché with pentagrams, anti-Christ jargon, unrealistic reactions and lots of people screaming – none of it the least bit frightening but all of it thoroughly ridiculous.
The Jaggers have done a fine job replicating vampire lore, but haven’t done anything new with it... It’s this sticking to convention that keeps CORBIN NASH from developing its own stellar disposition.