SHE CAME FROM THE WOODS Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from Horror Festival Oct. 2018

SHE CAME FROM THE WOODS, 12min., USA, Thriller
Directed by Erik Bloomquist, Carson Bloomquist

A campfire story comes to life for a group of counselors on the last day of the summer of 1987 at Camp Briarbrook.

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PLASTIK Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from Horror Festival Oct. 2018

PLASTIK, 12min., USA, Horror/Thriller
Directed by Valerio Mazzarella

Young dreamer desperately in need of a better image for her addiction in social media and is willing to sacrifice anything for followers and likes.

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LOVE AFTER DEATH Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from Horror Festival Oct. 2018

LOVE AFTER DEATH, 9min., Canada, Horror/Romance
Directed by Eli WeinsteinTwo lovers must test the limits of their relationship after waking up as zombies in the middle of the woods.

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HORLA Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from Horror Festival Oct. 2018

HORLA, 11min., Canada, Horror/Fantastic
Directed by Gabriel Galand

In the end of the 19th century, an isolated aristocrat becomes convinced that the house and grounds are haunted.

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BLACK CLOUD (Daiyun) Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from Horror Festival Oct. 2018

BLACK CLOUD (Daiyun), 11min., Brazil, Horror/Animation
Directed by Andre Gustavo

When a mother punishes her child for no apparent reason, revenge comes from the most unexpected places.

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ATTACK OF THE POTATO CLOCK Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK Video from Horror Festival Oct. 2018

ATTACK OF THE POTATO CLOCK, 2min., USA, Horror/Animation
Directed by Victoria Lopez, Ji young Na

Set in an 80’s elementary school, our film tells the story about a mutated potato clock that rises from death in a stormy day to get revenge on the cafeteria’s lunch lady who is chopping potatoes, creatures of his own kind.

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Winning Horror Feature Script: THE BLIGHT, by Jerron Spencer & Jeffrey Stackhouse

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Forced into Detroit’s The Blight, eight ordinary women must band together to save themselves and the world from Lovecraftian horror with a sci-fi twist. Garden tools, two guns, and one plucky aluminum bat will help them battle their way through rubble-strewn streets and hidden laboratories against mutants, monsters and the military.
CAST LIST:

Abril/Jocelyn: Elizabeth Rose Morriss
Kaylie/Suzanne: Carina Cojeen
Chassity: Katelyn Varadi
Narrator: Hugh Ritchie
Linnie: Sylvia Normandeau
Bella: Zena Driver
Kat: Rachel Rain Packota
Barney: Russell Batcher

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Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Director: Kierston Drier

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: Kimberly Villarruel

Camera Op: Mary Cox

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Best Scene Reading of Monochrome by Chloë J. Hightower

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Refugees of racial violence in the 70s, an interracial couple finds themselves stuck in their haunted basement when a gang of anti-war extremists invades their new California home.

CAST LIST:

Female Detective: Mandy May Cheetham
Male Detective: Adrian Currie
Narrator: Liam Kinahan
Jennifer: Anjelica Alejandro
Police Officer: John Leung

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Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Director: Kierston Drier

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: Kimberly Villarruel

Camera Op: Mary Cox

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Horror Festival Testimonial – October 8 2018

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I just wanted to write to say how much I appreciated your notes on my script. These notes were clear, precise and objective. They will be of great help to me in improving the script. It is so rare that a competition sends something like this that I wanted to say thank you. A few times I have received notes from other competitions that so obviously didn’t even read the script that these were shocking at how amazing they were. Alright, I’m gushing at how great you guys are so I’ll stop. But seriously, very helpful and thank you.
– Joe Ferrante (Feature Screenplay, Killer App.)

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HORROR Festival Testimonial – October 29 2018

I just wanted to write to say how much I appreciated your notes on my script. These notes were clear, precise and objective. They will be of great help to me in improving the script. It is so rare that a competition sends something like this that I wanted to say thank you. A few times I have received notes from other competitions that so obviously didn’t even read the script that these were shocking at how amazing they were. Alright, I’m gushing at how great you guys are so I’ll stop. But seriously, very helpful and thank you.
– Joe Ferrante (Feature Screenplay, Killer App.)

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