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As a little girl, the Thing in the Closet terrified her, but she outgrew the silly fears. Now a high school senior, and the hostess of a slumber party, she jokingly convinced her friends to use a Quijiboard to communicate with it...
Sunday, March 13, 2022
As the title makes obvious, tonight's selection is a sequel; you can watch the first film in this series, here.
The Smiling Woman series is something of a signature effort for writer/director Alex Magana. In this installment, it emerges that the ghost of the title is something of a "wandering curse", an element we also find in another of Magana's short film series, Don't Fall Asleep.
We hope you enjoy this spooky film... and that you, too, will begin to wonder why the Smiling Woman is haunting women who are alone in the early hours of the day. (We have a "fan fiction"-type backstory for what's going on that maybe we'll share in this space some day; we hope these films will inspire similar your imaginations, too!)
Smiling Woman 2
Starring: Prathyusha and Ariel Fullinwider
Director: Alex Magana
Rating: Seven of Ten Stars
An officer worker (Prathyusha) at the end of a long day is pursued through a deserted parking garage by a crazed woman in a yellow dress (Fullinwider).
Friday, March 11, 2022
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Tuesday, February 22, 2022
It's the second day of twos, so we're bringing you another short film featuring a doppelganger. More specifically, we're bringing you a short film featuring a doppelganger again. (We first featured this excellent Drew Daywalt chiller on October 31, 2012.)
As is fitting, there are two ways to interpret the events that unfold during the film. We'll leave it up to you to figure out what the two interpretations may be. But you're welcome to use the Comments section below to share them with the world.
Starring: Reagan Dale Neis and Brad Light
Director: Drew Daywalt
Rating: Eight of Ten Stars
Sunday, February 13, 2022
I recently came across writer/artist/filmmaker Yuki Shinyokoyama's YouTube channel, and he has a bunch of really interesting little horror filmlets there. They are a bit rough around the edges and the special effects leave a little to be desired, but they are still neat, ghost-centric horror shorts.
Cursed Neck (2021)
Friday, February 11, 2022
This week's vision from Richard Sala: Her Blue Haven.
But is she safe from the nightmares crowding around her, or are they being created by what she thinks is a safe space? Is she in Heaven or Hell?