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Short Film Review – EVIL SELFIE (2016)

Back in October, we brought you news about the impending release of Eros Bosi’s short film, Evil Selfie. Well, folks, the time has come: Evil Selfie has dropped – English subtitles and all! But is it a selfie worth posting on your Facebook?  Isabella (Chiara Palombi) loves taking selfies, especially when she’s all decked out for a night on the …

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I Love MacKenzie Reynolds (2017) Short Film Review

I think everyone on the planet can probably relate to falling for a friend who doesn’t see them as anything but a friend. It fucking sucks. Most of the time this is resolved in 1 of 3 different ways. 1. They give you a chance. 2. You suck it up and remain friends. 3. You don’t and the friendship dies. …

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Momma’s Boy (2017) Short Film Review

My father died when I was 7 and that event led to me becoming a major momma’s boy. I would have done anything for my mom. Now I have a question for all of you… how far would you go to help your mom? Would you take care of her after a debilitating accident? Would you give up your life …

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Mommy Said So (2017) Short Film Review

Recently I reviewed Stephanie Hensley’s short film A Mother’s Choice and Momma’s Boy, two of the shorts from her upcoming anthology film A Mother Knows Best. A Mother’s Choice blew me away and left me emotionally devastated, so naturally I couldn’t wait to check out the rest of the shorts. Luckily for me, Stephanie was kind enough to let me …

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A Mother’s Choice (2017) Short Film Review

I’ve been a fan of Stephanie Hensley since I reviewed her dark indie drama Dane Granger for my blog last year. Awhile back, Stephanie announced that her next project would be a horror anthology called A Mother Knows Best, comprised of 4 short centered around motherhood. I have been looking forward to this project since it was announced and thankfully, …

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New Short ‘Dolphin’ Dives Into Horror Goodness

There are literally hundreds of ingredients and ideas that make or break any film of any length. However, in the land of short films, there are two key components: creativity and character, the chocolate and peanut butter of short filmmaking. If you have one, an inventive film full of dull people or a drab film full of talented people, you’re …

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Nigrum Corvus (2017) Short Film Review

The first time Roman Jossart came to my attention was when I watched Shawn Burkett’s Don’t Fuck in the Woods, a film in which he plays a lead role. Not long after that I found out he was a filmmaker in his own right, having written and directed the feature length slasher films Campground (2013) and Campground The Requel (2016) as well …

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Do We Play? (2017) Short Film Review

Awhile back, I had the honor of reviewing the excellent short film Hada from Spanish filmmaker Tony Morales. It holds the distinct honor of being one of the only films to genuinely scare me. Tony told me shortly after reviewing Hada that he would have a new short for me to review soon called Do We Play? The time to …

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Do You Love Me? (2017) Short Film Review

Loving someone on a romantic level can be awkward. You meet them and for whatever reason, you develop feelings for them and they become a part of you. In some cases, the love continues to grow and blossom throughout the years, through good times and bad. In others, for one or both parties, something causes the love to wither and die. …

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After Hours (2016) Short Film Review

It seems like a lot of people in the horror scene who write about films have dreams of being writers or directors and I’m always happy to see my fellow fans succeed in those endeavors. A while back, one of my fellow film reviewers, Adam Weber of the site Adam the Movie God, told me about a horror short he …

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