Month: October 2016


A small fern grows on the forest floor. An alien hand, with two fingers protruding, reaches out for the fern. The alien groans. A rabbit turns and listens. The fingers dig up the plant as the rabbit watches. The alien then carefully uproots the plant. A small wayward alien walks alone among the gigantic redwood trees. He’s dwarfed by the huge trees.The creature stands alone on a hilltop as he star...[Read More]

Matthew Trask’s ‘The Congregation’ Available for Pre-Order

The Congregation is the upcoming book from We are Indie Horror’s Featured FearMaker Matthew Trask. His 124-page book is described as a crime-fiction novel with shades of horror, as something that resembles a cross between David Lynch’s small town TV series Twin Peaks, and the religious parable Robert Eggers’ The Witch The book’s official synopsis reads as follows: “When the body of a woman is foun...[Read More]

Review: ‘Wink’ Will Change How You Look at Emojis

Horror short, Wink, from Space Oddity Films, is an adorable three minutes of terror and violence. The film company makes films which “explore technology’s impact on culture and how that relationship will shape our future,” and a horror short featuring a murderous emoji definitely fits that outline perfectly. From the opening seconds, which feature a text exchange between the short’s unnamed lead, ...[Read More]

Ashley Mary Nunes & Lloyd Kaufman Coming to ‘Safe Place’

Safe Place, the feature film debut from Nicholas Hunt, is set to begin principle photography in February 2017. Nicholas Hunt will serve as the film’s director and co-writer, sharing writing credit with Majeed Hazin Although Safe Place is not slated for release until fall 2017, in time for Halloween, the film is already gaining steam and growing as it approaches 2017. Despite not shooting until ear...[Read More]

Nena Eskridge Debut ‘Stray’ Available on Amazon Prime

We are Indie Horror had the chance to check out the drama-thriller Stray the feature film debut of writer and director Nena Eskridge. Stray stars Gabrielle Stone (Speak No Evil), Andrew Sensenig, Sean Patrick Folster, Dan McGlaughlin (Zombie Killers: Elephant’s Graveyard) and Samantha Fairfield Walsh Here is the film’s official synopsis: “Stray begins on an idyllic countryside meadow: …Jennifer (G...[Read More]

Halloween Short Horror Film Night To Premiere Many Shorts

As Halloween approaches, horror filmmakers all over are previewing and premiering their films. Shorts and features from all around the world find this time of year perfect to share their scares. One event in particular is a mecca for indie horror community and We Are Indie Horror has deep rooted past in this event. Two years ago iNK Films, Neil King and Brian Sapir’s production company, premiered ...[Read More]

Screamfest: 10 Short Films From Day One of Shorts Program

ScreamFest LA held at the TCL Chinese Theater from October 18 to October 27 just held a series of short film blocks this past weekend (October 22 & 23). Featuring an abundant diversity of short films, here is a recap of some of the best short films on Saturday, October 22.   The Screamfest LA short film program is really indicative of the diversity and barrier shattering propensity of the...[Read More]

Review: Trust No One in ‘Face of Evil’

When one is dropped into a critical situation, and faced with a life or death choice, you have to act with purpose, and trust no one but yourself. But what happens if your judgement is compromised? Who do you trust when you can’t trust yourself? Face of Evil seeks to answer this question. Our titular protagonist, Private Jay Williams, returns from a tour in the Middle East to a friend’s home in th...[Read More]

Rob Zombie’s 31 Arrives On Blu Ray This December

Fans of Rob Zombie rejoice, his latest flick is coming to Blu Ray on December 20 from Lionsgate. 31 has been well received throughout festivals and special screenings around the country. The clown infested film gives a terrifying night in hell leaving a group of poor victims to fight for their lives. From the visionary mind of Rob Zombie comes the horrific story of five carnival workers who are ki...[Read More]

15 Second Horror Challenge Returns and FearMakers Are Out To Win

Last year we reported on the 15 Second Horror Challenge which puts horror artists from all around the globe into a position to create the scariest shortest film they can think of. A few We Are Indie Horror community members participated and did fairly well in the process. Those FearMaker’s return this year with even more frights to boot, just in time for Halloween. The 15 Second Horror Film Challe...[Read More]

‘Master Cleanse’ LA Premiere at Screamfest, Interviews: Johnny Galecki and Bobby Miller

Prior to the Los Angeles premiere of The Master Cleanse, on Saturday, October 22, at Screamfest LA, I had a chance to  talk to star Johnny Galecki and writer and director Bobby Miller on the “black” carpet. Immediately following the screening of the fantasy film, Galecki and Miller joined Nerdists’ Chris Hardwick for a Q&A. Check out We Are Indie Horror’s black carpet interview below. Star of ...[Read More]

“Devoted” An Immersive Experience Fueled By Passion

What is love to you? Is it a person? An object? An idea? Well to the team at Shine On Collective it is their beloved Cara Darling, the centerpiece for their immersive theater experience Devoted. The fourth and final chapter has kicked off and We Are Indie Horror was able to meet one last time with Cara for Devoted. The team behind Shine On Collective formed earlier this year and ran a show titled ...[Read More]

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