Horror Volume II
After Weston loses his lover to a wide spread infection, he closes himself off in his apartment hoping to never feel loss again. He is forced to face his demons once an infected stranger shows up at his door.
Mason Greer is a Iowa City born, LA residing film director and actor. Born to a mother of Rural Iowa, a father of Urban Indiana, and family in multiple continents, Mason's background has a wide range of cultural influences. By the time he was 14 he had already stepped foot on 4 continents and over 10 countries. At a young age he took to writing. By the age of 14 he had written his first novel and by 17 had it self published and placed on the curriculum for his high school's minority literature section. By the age of 18 he found a new medium for story telling in the way of film. As he progressed through college he started taking on more and more ambitious stories. Mason received his first film festival win at the age of 21 and hasn't looked back. Since then he has received multiple festival awards and recognition as well as a publication in the New York Times and a story written about his work in a national podcast.
A socially awkward college freshman begins to experience a mysterious and gruesome physical deterioration after a chance encounter at a frat party.
Amelia Moses is a writer/director based in Montreal, Canada. She is a recent graduate of the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema at Concordia University. Her most recent short film, “Undress Me” (produced by Mariel Scammell), screened at over thirty festivals worldwide, including the Fantasia Film Festival, Sitges Film Festival and MonsterFest. “Undress Me” had a limited release on Shudder as part of the Nitehawk Film Festival's Midnite Program in early 2018. Amelia’s work has been written about by a number of publications including The Telegraph, Broadly (VICE) and was featured in an article by White Little Lies entitled “Why the future of genre cinema is female.” Her work focuses on the exploration of female anxieties through a horror lens.
A homeless person is in search of a safe place to spend the night and shelters in a seemingly abandoned house ...
João Vitor Ferian is a brazilian director, director of photography, editor and cinema teacher. CEO of Black Horse Filmes, he specialized in genre productions such as fantastic film, horror, suspense and drama.
An unfaithful wife comes back home from her husband's funeral to experience a mind game full of guilt. Memories, thoughts and self-criticism are messing with her head and lead her in an agonizing experience with the paranormal. She follows some notes to find an anniversary present by her husband. His promise was to be always by her side no matter what.
Savvas Christou has been experimenting with filmmaking since high school. His lifelong passion led him to move to Los Angeles in 2016 to study Filmmaking at NYFA. Since then he has written and directed 13 short films, 5 of which were awarded in local and international film festivals. One of his latest ones, A Scream That's Trapped Inside' (2017) was awarded as the 'Best Short Film' in 19 Festivals all around the world.
Over the last year he has been focusing on his debut feature film 'Katherine's Lullaby', a psychological thriller. They are currently in the pre-production phase and looking to start production within the year.
Deanna is a young woman who just wants to live her life like anyone else, but she is experiencing horrific nightmares in which she’s been followed by an unknown presence hiding in the dark. She soon finds out that the events in her nightmares aren’t just dreams. They are real and Deanna and her boyfriend Ryan don’t know what awaits them!
Felix Tonio Stintzing started attending film school at the age of 21. After traveling for years and collecting stories from different cultures, he decided to move away from Germany and into Los Angeles to chase after his passion. He's constantly traveling back and forth in between those countries, working on projects worldwide.
After a year of searching, obsessive Kyle finds his ex-girlfriend Sharon at a decaying motel for burn-outs and druggies. He's hoping she'll be a broken shell - just the way he likes her. He wants her back in their destructive relationship. He wants her back on the road with him. But something more willful than her is in the room, too - and it doesn't want the lovebirds to leave.
Lou Peterson is the director of the award-winning short film Give Baby A Kiss, which had its premier at the Hollywood Chinese Theater as part of the Hollyshorts Film Festival's Fangoria sponsored showcase. Lou is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate Film Program where his thesis feature project, IN THE BLOOD, was acquired by MTV Networks and has shown more recently on REVRY TV. Currently, Lou is developing his next feature based on his acclaimed short film.
Mark, an aspiring photographer, who witnesses a murder, tries to sell the pictures he took of the scene to an editorial department.
Robert Julian Mueller is an award winning German director and photographer. He discovered his passion early on at the age of 12 years, when he started shooting his first short films. After graduating high school, he went through several internships in the film industry and photographic studios, where he worked on set and in the post-production department for companies like Thyssen Krupp, Wacom, John Deere, Johnson Controls, Nespresso and more. Before studying photography, Mueller wrote and directed his first professional short film “Shutter” in 2015, which screened at 20 festivals around the world.
Alva is a teenage girl who one evening receives a link, a live stream showing her own room. She realizes that she's being watched but by who and how long has it been going on? Soon the room itself seems to come alive and she is trapped. Looking for answers she finds that the clip doesn't only show the present but also the future, it tells of her coming death. Suddenly she finds herself in a race against the clock to find a way to escape the apartment and whatever else lurks within.
Maria Forslin is a director, actress, screenwriter and producer from Sundsvall, Sweden. She has acted in several short and feature films and she attended Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in NYC in 2016. In the autumn the same year Maria attended a screenwriting course at Film Västernorrland that lasted a few months.
2016 was also the year when Maria founded her production company Mittfilm which has produced two short films since then, The Clip and Survival. Both of these films are now being screened at different festivals around the world.
Maria has written four feature film scripts and several shorts since 2011 and she aims to produce every single one of them.