Tag Archives: Shorts
The Stylist Review
Hey guys… remember me? I know, I know. I’ve been m.i.a for quite a while now, but what better time to come back to all of you fine folks than… a random Thursday evening…? Anyway, time and day of the week aside, I am indeed back with another horror review and this time I am extremely excited. Why, you ask? Well, because I finally have, in my hot little hands, a copy of Jill “Sixx” Gevargizian’s “The Stylist.”
Claire (Najarra [...]
Call Girl Review
After a quick skim over some horror news and fan sites this morning, I ran across a podcast from not too long ago that featured an interview with Laurence R. Harvey who most fans now know from The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence). During this interview, of which I only listened to a fraction of, the show hosts and actor briefly discussed a horror short that Harvey had recently completed with director Jill Sixx Gevargizian. Not much was mentioned [...]
It always amazes me when filmmakers can make a short film that ends up being far more superior than most feature films that I watch. With the blending of multiple sub-genres and an overall fantastic production quality, so is the case with Richard Powell’s amazingly entertaining short entitled Familiar.
John Dodd is a middle-aged man who is sick of performing the same routine, day in and day out. He is sick of his wife, his daughter, his entire existence. [...]
Counter Parts Team Review
Patrick Rea’s short film Counter Parts is already making noise winning “Best Short” at its very first screening. Counter Parts is reminiscent of a Twilight Zone episode and is executed flawlessly. The story revolves around two sisters with a bond, and an even deeper resentment.
Patrick Rea is no stranger to the genre either with many short films to his credit and the Lionsgate released Nailbiter. Counter Parts is well-crafted and does better in 10 minutes than most films [...]
Doll Boy Review
In August, when I went to Crypticon in Kansas City, I met a ton of people pushing independent projects. Among those people, I met a fella named Gary Cooper who helps run Slaughter Movie House. They screen and promote independent horror in a big way. He gave me some promotional material for a movie called “Doll Boy,” which immediately peaked my interest. Unfortunately, they didn’t have any copies of the DVD. It took me a few months to acquire the [...]