Our monthly short film festival returns on April 26th, 9pm, Eyesore Cinema, with a line-up including 10 great genre shorts (including 7 Toronto premieres). From the unsettling forest-set horror of Chris Cronin’s ‘Oscar’s Bell’ to Kate Dolan’s creepy Fantastic Fest-selected ‘Catcalls’. The full line-up is listed below. Tickets can be acquired here.
Oscar’s Bell (12 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Chris Cronin
A man and his dog go on a weekly camping trip. This time, while looking into the woods, something else looks back. Previous selection of Terror Molins and more. Trailer
The Front Door (7 minutes, UK, premiere)
DIR: Andrew Rutter
When he’s reminded to lock the front door of his house before bed, a man comes downstairs to a deadly surprise.
Suspended (8 minutes, premiere)
DIR: William Elder Groebe
On her bus ride home, a woman is forced to confront terror at a deadly unscheduled stop.
Who’s That At The Back of the Bus (5 minutes, UK)
DIR: Philip Hardy
Alone on the top deck of the night bus, an old lady is haunted by an unlikely apparition.
As always, you can check out the ‘home edition’ of Little Terrors with our anthology trilogy, MINUTES PAST MIDNIGHT, GALAXY OF HORRORS and BLOOD SWEAT AND TERRORS. Available now on VOD or on disc right here in the Rue Morgue Shoppe.