Three shorts, each involving the abject + women/their bodies in incredibly different ways.
In these two shorts, the past meets the present, in surprising, funny, and terrifying ways.
Another couple Nightstream shorts dealing with anxiety and monsters under the bed.
The next batch of Nightstream shorts are terrifying, unsettling, surreal, and dark as midnight in the depths of winter.
The first slate of shorts we’re covering from Nightstream are all LGBTQ stories to haunt and excite you.
Strange creatures everywhere; in nursing homes, in family homes, in orphanages. These 3 shorts show what’s lurking right next to us in the shadows.
Men and parasites are a common theme in these two vastly different but equally creepy short films.
Three shorts: one about a hateful dystopian future, one about a witch taking revenge for her assault, and one about walking the narrow path.
V/H/S 2. 2013. Directors: Simon Barrett, Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sánchez, Gregg Hale, Timo Tjahjanto, Gareth Huw Evans, and Jason Eisener. Magnet Releasing. Rated 18A. 96 minutes. Horror. ★★★1/2 (Movie) ★★ (Blu ray release) For my review of the first V/H/S on Blu ray, click here. For a review of the third installment in the trilogy, V/H/S: Viral, clickContinue reading “V/H/S/2: A Mixed Bag of Nasty Tricks”