Horror Shorts 👹📽
Featured horror short film:
Written by Mike Woodward and Damon Peoples and directed by Nick Stentzel
Based on the Japanese ritual of Hitori Kakurenbo. Very creepy, even if we don’t see the evil force. Award-winning short film.
(Thanks to the team of Playing with the Devil for letting us feature this really scary short film. :-))
Written and directed by David F. Sandberg
This got turned into a feature film, produced by famous director James Wan. A simple but super scary idea playing with lights on, lights off visuals.
Written by Shun Otsubo and directed by Michael Evans
This short plays with the situation of facing a really weird and creepy stranger alone at night. Nice cinematography and music.
Written by Jason Eisener and directed by Rob Cotterill and Jason Eisener
Completely insane, makes you not want to have a Christmas tree anymore. Enslaved trees start to rebel in an over the top way. Awesome. Award-winning short film.
Written and directed by Drew Daywalt
A fast-paced bedtime short with a great twist. Award-winning short film.
Written by Matt Sears and directed by Matt Sears and Tim Knight
A simple and effective ghost short. The little girl acts amazingly in this one. Award-winning short film.
Written and directed by John Fitzpatrick
Great title. Cool short along the line of Scream with a good ending. Be careful when playing pranks. Skypemare got screened at several prestigious horror film festivals.
Written by Chris Cullari and Jennifer Raite and directed by Chris Cullari
This slumber short is super fun to watch and original, a sleepover with a twist. Shriekfest award-winner.
Mamá (3 min)
Written and directed by Andy Muschiettie
A simple, yet creepy little horror short, which inspired Guillermo Del Toro to create the feature film of the same name.
Written and directed by Erdal Ceylan
Nice little cell phone gadget movie. It is simple, fast-paced with some lovely scares. It also got turned into a feature film version. Award-winning short film.
Written by Ignacio F. Rodó, based on the story by Juan J. Ruiz and directed by Ignacio F. Rodó
Creepy and simple yet so effective. Award-winning short film.