Last week we shared with you the trailer for the short The Haunted House by Wesley Alley. If the trailer did not convince you of his talent, you need to check out his 15 Second Horror Film Challenge, “The Monster In The Closet”.
This is a true sentiment of how to make something scary in fifteen seconds. The story is simple and the scares are full force. The short is written, produced, and directed by Wesley Alley with Dustin Gardner returning behind the camera who previously worked on The Haunted House. The film stars Sarah Nicklin and Adam Quirch. And hats are off to the visual effects, Curtis Schultz who also returns from The Haunted House to aid Alley in his entry. Check it out below.
Stay up to date on all things 15 second horror by checking out their Facebook page. The 15 Second Horror Film Challenge is executively produced by the Canadian-based writer, director, and producer, Andrew J.D. Robinson of WORKOBEY FILMS.
Remember you still have time to enter the 15 Second Horror Film Challenge. October 21st is the cut off date. Be sure to watch for the premieres on October 31st and cast your vote for your favorite.
And send us your 15 second films. We love to see them!
Keep The Fear Alive
Starring: Sarah Nicklin & Adam Quirch
Written & Produced by: Wesley Alley
Director of Photography: Dustin Gardner
Make Up Design and Artistry: Arielle Davidsohn
Gaffer: Dan Prostak
Key Grip: Christopher Miller
Sound: Curtis Schultz
Production Assistant: Maitlyn Pezo
Editor: Curtis Schultz
Visual Effects: Curtis Schultz