HORROR Short Film of the Day: Funeral Rites, by Sy Shanti

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ACTORTitle: Funeral Rites

Written by: Sy Shanti

Type: Short Film

Genre: Horror, Thriller

Logline: After his distraught father confiscates his sister’s remains, a desperate son fights to perform the burial within 24 hours before a family curse claims their lives.

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HORROR TV PILOT of the Day: FIRESTORM, by Clayton Emery

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ACTORTitle: FIRESTORM

Written by: Clayton Emery

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Horror, War

Logline: Battle so fierce even Heaven and Hell step in… In LOST style, American GIs come to occupy St. Michel-Du-Lac, “the city of miracles”. German soldiers – fanatics, draftees, and family men – oppose them. As seen in flashbacks, everyone is a broken soul seeking something. Fighting surges amidst ruins, a cathedral, catacombs, woods, farmland, sewers. Caught in the middle are French Resistance, Gypsies, wilding teens, Vatican exorcists, mad scientists, treasure hunters, Jewish freedom fighters, wayward ghosts and the Devil’s own agent. As secrets unravel and the survivors battle to the town center, mysteries are solved but the underground horror escapes: victims of Hitler’s “poison pill” will unleash the Black Plague on Europe. As chaos and fighting blaze, Sgt Horse, a failed pacifist, must save humanity by calling in an air strike to obliterate the town in a firestorm – until a miracle sends the archangel Michael soaring into the sky!

WGA Registration: I260347

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HORROR Feature Film of the Day: Somebody’s Knocking, by Sherril M. Kinney

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Somebody’s Knocking

Written by: Sherril M. Kinney

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Paranormal, Thriller, Horror

Logline: “Somebody’s Knocking” is what I said upon awakening as a man in an armored suit ascended the stairs to my apartment wearing a mask I would find hanging from my brother’s bed post a month later on the day he died. It was death knocking at my door which would continue to follow me for years, how many will die?

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HORROR Short Film of the Day: Skin, by Paul Okpuno

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Skin

Written by: Paul Okpuno

Type: Short Film

Genre: Horror, Thriller, Supernatural

Logline: Two interracial gay partners are trapped in a basement as a herd of zombies tries to break in, one out of the two men has been bitten by a zombie. Time runs out as the other contemplates whether or not to end his partners suffering.

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HORROR TV PILOT of the Day: The Tick vs The Infinite Spark, by Brett Weinrich

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: The Tick vs The Infinite Spark

Written by: Brett Weinrich

Type: TV PILOT

Genre: Horror, Comedy

Logline: “The Tick vs The Infinite Spark” is a horror comedy in which a heroic, semi-psychic and very undead pathologist has to stop a violent monster who is NOT psychic but who uses his intelligence and observation skills to get into the heads of his victims and tears them up much worse than the physical torture he also subjects them to.

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HORROR Feature Film of the Day: Play For Me, by Charlie Kenmore

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: Play For Me

Written by: Charlie Kenmore

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Horror, Crime

Logline: A young, 357 year old, telepathic Succubus with issues comes to the city for a little harmless sex, grand theft, and homicide and take her mind off of the impending death of her mentor. Her sociopathic tendencies give new meaning to the phrase “girls just wanna have fun”.

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Horror Logline of the Day: A Boy and His Soldier, by Spencer Guerrero

PITCH:

ACTORTitle: A Boy and His Soldier

Written by: Spencer Guerrero

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Drama, War, Thriller

Logline: A quiet, introverted 18-year old man gets unexpectedly drafted to the U.S. Army during World War II. Arriving in Germany he becomes the only survivor of his unit and is unofficially given the arduous task of saving a young Jewish boy.

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THE DARKNESS, by Martin Gomez

A SEASON OF STRAWBERRIES, by Judy Bednarek

SACRIFICE, by Andrew Boylan

THE STAFFORD MULTIPLEX THEATER, by William Smith

SIN, by April de Nyse

THORNE, by Sean Williams

OPPRESSED, by Jeff Thompson

ROME OF THE DEAD, by Sherwin Allen

ROBOTOPIA, by Chad Bowman

SET FOR LIFE, by Jason Rist

LACUNA, by Steve Walters

A BOY AND HIS SOLDIER, by Spencer Guerrero

BLOODSPITE, by Fleurette M. Van Gulden

SURVIVING DESTINY, by Doris Lee

LUMP SUM, by Messan Amlon

XYZOMBIE, by Mickey Blumental

PRICELESS, by John Hunter

THE SECRET OF GODS, by Jiwo Lesmono

WITNESS, by Marquis C. Mosley

SURVICE THE NIGHT, by Skylier Jones

VOID WALKER, by Skylier Jones

MATSQUI MASSACRE, by Mark-Curtis Dunn

SEVEN DEVILS, by Peter Natale

THE DA PINCHI CODE, by Oliver Swartz

THE USHER, by Phil Herman/Franklin E. Wales

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 ZULU ZULU ZOMBIE, by Abdul Malik & William Fuentes

WHO IS NEXT, by Deepa Dharmaraj

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CARE AND DEATH, by Yentunde Ayodele

SKIN, by Paul Okpuno

FUNERAL RITES, by Sy Shanti

THE EXECUTIONER, by Julia Colwell

TOGETHER, by Jade Syed-Bokhari

A PARALLEL, by Alena Cadova

A MURDEROUS LAUGH, by Ramiro Rocha

THE TWISTED MR. BENDY, by Doug Robbins

A FANGIRL, by Diana Galimzy

HENIOUS HOARD, by Mark A. McKay

WHEN GOD HAVE A WILL: EPISODE 1 NO PRAY NO HELP, by Jiwo Lesmono

TRUTH DOESN’T HIDE, by Duarte Nuno Nobrega

PIECE OF MIND, by Catalina Lowe

THE LATE SHOW, by Colette Preacely-Garcia

THE ABSENT DOORWAY by Matt Allock

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SOMETHING IN THE WOODS, by Andrew Dawson

MOONCHASER, by Lisa Newman

THE IMP, by Stephen Milek and Christopher House

NO WAY, by Geoff Nelder

ROLLING DARKNESS, by Chris Von Hoffman

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MENTAL, by Tristan J. Shuler

PATRONYMIC, by Manmohan Kumar Rana

TATTOO, by David Wise

BLAZED AMBUSH, by Craig Smith

ENENRA, by Aaron Wroblewski

PEEL, by Matthew Torti

HEKA, by GilJuan Kirby

TRANSYLVANIA, by Agnese Pagliarani

THE BLACK MARIA, by Michael Cala

VIRUS K, by Michael Freeman

THE TICK VS THE INFINITE SPARK, by Brett Weinrich

FIRESTORM, by Clayton Emery

THE LIFE OF THE LIVING WHEN THE WORLD ENDS, by Various Writers

DEMON, by Thomas Muller

NIGHT REAPER: BLOOD LUST STORIES, by Nelson Amador

MARTYRS CAN NOT BE SILENCED, by Armin Narro

CLEVER GIRL, by Sahil Sharma, Joe Zappa, Kip Bennett

THE EXPERIENCER, by Kevin Taft

SLAYERS, by Jeanelle Gordon

THE HAPPENING, by D Nesmith