Friday Night Features: “Mamá” Short Film

Darlings, tonight’s feature is a brief little film about two girls whose mamá has come to collect them. Creators Andres and Barbra Muschietti pack some eye-widening imagery into just three minutes, which is probably why this short was picked up for feature-length production by none other than Guillermo del Toro.  Enjoy!

If you liked tonight’s short, do watch the trailer for the feature-length production hereSet to release this January and starring Nikolaj Coster-Waldau of Game of Thrones fame, this is definitely one I have on my watch list for next year.

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17 replies

  1. Sweetie… you have done it once again. Goosebumps. I also went over to check out the trailer for the full-length feature. Thanks so much for bringing this to our attention! *happy sigh*

  2. Scared the crap out of me — had my eyes squinted.

  3. I so wish I hadn’t watched that so close to bed. :( But very excited to see where the full length version came from!

  4. Reblogged this on koshersamurai and commented:
    Thanks to my sweetie Eva for this horror short. WARNING: If you watch it, don’t be surprised if you find it frightening or disturbing. Enjoy! :)

  5. Holy crap, that’s scary!!!!!!!! I like to be scared and I was!

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