A man walks through Brooklyn photographing creatures. Director’s Statement KrAbBamLGraM is an experimental film about a peculiar photographer, hunting and capturing elusive creatures with his camera. The grotesque creatures, names of which only he seems to know, live in the crevices of the city, amongst people who unseeingly pass by.[…]
A lonely recluse lives a recurring nightmare – he is trapped in a cycle where large demonic creatures devour him over and over again. In the wake of Halloween and a the revival of some awesome monster movies and shows, Abdul Ali brings us a terrifying nightmare from a lonely[…]
Humanity makes a deal with a new client. We always urge for originality while searching for our next featured short, and sometimes that originality just creeps up from a mix-mash from various films, ideas and settings, and other times it just comes from an old comic book. Ray Sullivan was[…]
Stranded in an Arctic mine, two lone survivors are forced to fight for their lives, evading and hiding from a new kind of terror. Oats Studios, Neill Blomkamp’s (District 9, Chapie) newest crazy project, has been shimmering the short film world with a series of experimental films featuring monsters and[…]
From the director of Jiminy. Participez à la campagne de financement de notre prochain court-métrage, SCARAMOUCHE SCARAMOUCHE : un film fantastique réalisé par Arthur Môlard, avec Denis Lavant, Jean-Jacques Rausin, Olivier de Sagazan… Take part in the fundraising campaign for our next short-film, SCARAMOUCHE SCARAMOUCHE : a fantastic movie directed[…]
Andy is like a lot of young men, he loves his girlfriend and hates his job, but what sets him apart from most isn’t the life he leads, it’s what’s living in his wall.
To be a gaucho means to be honest and kind to all living creatures. Now in his seventies, Heraldo Riel became a gaucho at the age of nine just like his father before him, and has stayed true to the spirit of his profession while in the midst of a[…]
Fearful villagers gather at the beside of a woman nearing labour as they prepare for the presence of a sinister creature. Set in the Philippines, TIK-TIK is based off of a popular creature in Filipino folklore, known as the Aswang.
A sinister bedtime story told in rhymes and in a whisper by a scared little girl. She has a hungry creature living under her bed. She has to find a way to appease the creature but there might be something more alarming lurking around in the background.