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 November 2021:
Landgraves (November 2)
Director: Jean-François Leblanc
A young journalist goes into the deep wood to interview the heavy-metal duo LANDGRAVES, who records an album for the first time since a murder imprisonment. His curiosity pushes him to follow the band deep in the forest, as a snowstorm arises.
Don’t Let It In (November 4)
Director: Jessica Henric
A young Seminole woman still reeling from a recent divorce returns to her home in the Everglades with the overwhelming sense that something or someone has followed her. When she unknowingly lets in a terrifying Skinwalker, she must reconnect with her past and heritage to defeat it.
Progeny (November 9)
Director: Justin Daering
When a blue-collar man is forcibly implanted with his alien boss’s parasitic offspring, he asks his wife to help him remove the parasite — a dangerous and forbidden act that puts their marriage — and their lives — at risk.
With Pleasure (November 11)
Director: Maxwell Nalevansky, Carl Fry
An unsuspecting robber chooses the wrong bar to hold a stick up.
Pelican Milkshake (November 16)
Director: Marcus Newman
The middle of nowhere seems the perfect location to dispose of a corpse; but the middle of nowhere calls all sorts. Fresh in the act of burying her victim, a killer is caught red handed by a hovering drone. She must chase down the drone and it’s pilot to prevent her secret ever leaving the scene of the crime.
Flesh and Blood (November 18)
Director: Merlin Camozzi
When an apocalyptic virus threatens to turn her father into a violent monster, 18 year-old Max must lead him and her younger sister, Ellen, through a perilous mountain range in hope of finding a cure on the other side. With Max willing to risk it all to save her father, and Ellen willing to do anything to protect herself and Max, the small family finds itself not only struggling for survival against incredible odds, but also being torn apart from within.
Material Girl (November 23)
Director: Kris Carr
When Jay, a nineteen-year-old fashionista is left home alone, she discovers that not all of her clothes are quite as harmless as she thinks.
The History of Monsters (November 25)
Director: Juan Pablo Arias Muñoz
Evelyn lives isolated in a cabin in the woods haunted every night by monsters of unknown origin. One day she finds a man in the forest and decides to help him. She becomes entranced by the stranger and struggles between her safety and her sexual desires.
This Dark Thought (November 30)
Director: Kris and Kurtis Theorin
Mary, a young astronomer left home alone, has her star-gazing interrupted by her new baby sister’s incessant crying. As her anger grows, strange events start happening in her shadowy attic lair. The lights go out, a growing black spot appears in the sky, and Mary finds herself being driven closer and closer to doing the unthinkable.