Tag Archives: short horror film

Making Your First Horror Movie

Calling all aspiring filmmakers! If you’re looking to embark on making your first horror movie, then hopefully this story will help push you off the fence. Oliver Park is the award-winning director/writer/producer behind 2 brilliant short horror films, Vicious and … Continue reading

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Silently Within Your Shadow Hits Amazon Instant Video

Were delighted to announce that as of last week, Silently Within Your Shadow  was officially launched on Amazon Instant Video. This short film by the talented folk at Crossroad Pictures has been hugely popular, and has been played at our … Continue reading

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LHS Short Film Screenings: Saturday 26th November

We’re back with another night of short film screenings!  This members-only event will take place on Saturday 26th November at The King and Queen pub, Foley Street (near to Goodge Street, Warren Street and Great Portland Street Stations). Doors open at 6:30pm for a 7:15pm … Continue reading

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Teaser for UK Horror Short ‘Still’ Released

You might already be familiar with the work of Oliver Park. He’s the award-winning filmmaker behind short film Vicious, that was much-lauded by audiences last year.  (If you haven’t seen it already, you can do so here).  He’s also just released the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Avant-Macabre

Avant-Macabre is a 6-minute black and white, silent(ish) horror film by John H Shelton. It features only a few characters, and its main content is voice-overs reading original poems. I have not watched many short horror films in my life (other … Continue reading

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