9th Annual Atlanta HORROR Film Festival
The Good Times are Killing Me : Comedy-Horror Shorts – 111 min.
8:00 PM - Friday, October 30, 2015
(6m, U S A) dir. by Jason Kupfer
A pair of home invaders consider their potential character choices just prior to their planned invasion.
Bad Guy #2
(10m, U S A) dir. by Chris McInroy
In this practical-effects driven splatter comedy one bad guy discovers that moving up in a crime ring has its downsides. Just as his new career starts, it might already be coming to an end. He'll either have to set an example or become one.
The Brothers Brimm
(5m, U S A) dir. by Matt Killian
This animated short is equal parts homage to pop culture, vintage cartoon romp and underground comic. Mixed all together and delivered through the vocal stylings of Mr. John DiMaggio of Adventure Time and Futurama fame.
Larry Gone Demon
(14m, U S A) dir. by Matt Lawrence
When three twenty-somethings must deal with the incorrigible and incredibly demonic Larry, they risk life and limb in an attempt to save the soul of their once-kind-and-unassuming friend while also procuring his five-hundred dollars in back rent.
(22m, U S A) dir. by Carlos del Rosario
A sci-fi/fantasy comedy with loving references from Star Wars to Battlestar Galactica, Losers is an explosive story not to be missed!
The Voodoo Dick
(11m, U S A) dir. by Daniel McDonald
Based on a viral joke. A husband buys his wife a magical toy, but things go horribly wrong.
You Were Warned
(15m, USA ) dir. by Damien Paris
Without tough love, she'd have no love at all...
(8m, U S A) dir. by TC DeWitt, Kris Schulz
Successful urbanite Erin is slowly realizing that not every neighbor is not super dee dooper
(4m, U S A) dir. by Michael Velasquez
A husband is tormented by his sleepwalking wife.
Love and Zombies
(6m, U S A) dir. by Brandon Ciarlo
Cornered by the ravenous undead, a young couple take cheap shots at one another as they argue about the future of their relationship.
Scared To Death
(4m, U S A) dir. by Drew Marvick
When obsessed horror fan John Squires answers a late night knock on his front door, his seemingly average movie night turns into a hilariously hellish nightmare complete with zombies, sexy girls, a satanic priest and very big knife.
Death Takes an Interview
(6m, U S A) dir. by Stephen Bentley
With all the 'doom and gloom' going around, the Grim Reaper allows himself to be interviewed to give his expert take on the world around us.
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