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July Short Horror Releases on ALTER

Monday, June 29, 2020 | Short Films

If you’re into short horror, the folks at ALTER have you covered.  Rue Morgue wants to make sure you’re up-to-date on all of the cool stuff they have coming up, so each month we’ll be highlighting their upcoming releases.  Take a look at what they have planned for July 2020:

Mommy (July 1)
irector: Rod Blackhurst
A #ShelterShort created by Blackhurst during quarantine.

Night Diner (July 3)
Director: Khaled Ridgeway
A Yelper gets more than he bargains for when he crashes a 5-star diner after hours.

Kissed (July 6) 
Director: Elwood Quincy Walker
A coroner touches up the new body in the morgue, and adds a few touches of his own.

Metamorphosis (July 8 – EXCLUSIVE RELEASE)
Director: Elaine Xia
A woman in 1990s Hong Kong accidentally kills her her alcoholic husband in self-defense, and finds a unique way to dispose of the evidence

Trust Me: A Witness Account of the Goatman (July 10)
Director: Nate Ruegger
A young woman follows her boyfriend into the woods for a romantic surprise only to find something far more sinister: the legend of The Goatman.

Cloven (June 13)
Director: Mohamed Fakhro
A short horror film based on a popular Bahraini folktale.

Steve and the Dead Girl (July 15)
Director: Katlyn Aviles
A necrophiliac looks for love amongst the living.

Phototron 69 (July 17)
Director: Zach Madden
Ashton Redding, a mailroom attendant at Brev Corp, is lured into a strange bond with the Phototron 69 photocopier machine in the office. As their interactions intensify, Ashton finds himself drawn uncontrollably to the machine and thrown deeper into his newfound connection.

A Quiet Room in Walthmastow (July 20)
Director: Tiago Teixeira
When a young woman moves to a room in London, she must figure out what is behind the strange happenings in her new house share before she becomes another victim of the mysterious presence living upstairs.

Director: Yfke van Berckelaer
A young actress’ audition grows increasingly tense with every line read in this single-take horror for the #metoo era.

Imagine a World (July 24)
Director: Joanna Tsanis
A door-to-door internet salesman refuses to leave a house until he’s made his sale.

The Outsider (July 27)
Ludvig Gür
A desperate loner who has grown up with a butterfly and the Bible for company seizes his chance and makes good his escape, only to face his worst fears head-on at an all-nighter in the company of strangers.

Bricks (July 29)
Director: Neville Pierce
When a wealthy stockbroker hires a rough builder to renovate the wine cellar underneath his country house, the two men fall out with chilling consequences.

Marian (July 31)
Brian Patrick Lim
Mother is a stranger.

Bryan Christopher