Stefan Lernous’s HOTEL POSEIDON takes us into the absurd, spanning life, death, and a few things in between.
John Adams, Zelda Adams, and Toby Poser have only gotten better (and scarier) with their latest weird, witchy film, HELLBENDER.
Three shorts, each involving the abject + women/their bodies in incredibly different ways.
Three short films, each about killer women subverting various gendered power dynamics.
Two transgressive shorts: one about queer male sexuality, the other about a trans lesbian & a monstrous physical love.
In these two shorts, the past meets the present, in surprising, funny, and terrifying ways.
Social and political hauntings abound in three short films from Ralph Pineda & Dyan Sagenes, Mihir Fadnavis, and Adam Fair.
Two shorts: one involves a macabre mother-daughter relationship, the other concerns a couple revenge stories occurring at once.
One is a story of ghosts, but unlike you’ve ever seen. One is a tale about a resurrected woman who met an untimely end.
Alice Lenay’s documentary digs into posthumanist philosophy about human connections to and relationships with technology.
Kier-La Janisse’s documentary explores folk horror’s roots and its evolution through a wide range of interviews from many perspectives.
And here they are—look upon them!