Actor Max Schreck as Count Orlok on the set of Nosferatu, 1922 (via Reddit/Movies).
Theatrical poster for the 1936 film The Walking Dead, starring Boris Karloff.
This week’s featured horror short is a modern relic of an earlier age, shot on the nearly extinct medium of Super 8 film for Flicker’s Attack of the 50 Foot Reels short film festival. Created by Los Angeles-based animator, director, and sound designer Eric Deutschman, tonight’s… Read More ›
Kittens, Friday Night Features returns from its sabbatical this week with a whole new slew of fantastically frightening short films for your horror viewing pleasure! We’ve been scouring the interwebs for the best horror shorts independent filmmakers have to offer and I… Read More ›
Imagine waking up in a bathtub full of ice, surgical tools scattered on the floor around you. Although your hands may immediately fly to check the integrity of your kidneys, tonight’s featured short, written and directed by Adam-Gabriel Belley-Cote and… Read More ›
The Victorian era’s obsession with the natural world had a tremendous impact on 19th century society, with natural history influencing everything from scholarly pursuits and hobbies to literature, fashion, and interior design. One offshoot of this craze was the rise of taxidermy as… Read More ›
A police officer on a lonely road, a frightened girl, and a determined killer all come together in Luna, this week’s Friday Night Features horror short. Written and directed by Antonio Perez, Luna was funded on Kickstarter in 2012 and has been stirring up the horror… Read More ›
Kittens, most of you are likely familiar with the 1902 short story by W. W. Jacobs, The Monkey’s Paw, in which a magical talisman interprets a careless wish in the most frightfully literal way possible. Today’s featured horror short, The Umbrella Factory, directed by Lexie… Read More ›