As most of us know, Halloween is the holiday for celebrating all the spooky, creepy things that give us goosebumps.
Like Jack O'Lanterns casting spectral gazes over costumed trick-or-treaters, indulging in a marathons of our favorite scary movies has become synonymous with the holiday.
Here at The 7th Matrix, we want to do our part to help make your 2016 All Hallows' Eve extra frightful and fun with our curated list of devilishly delightful short films.
Tombes & Manèges (Tombs & Rides)
Created by the students of the French VXF and animation school ISART Digital, this macabre-yet-sweet 3D-animated short tells the story of a gravedigger working the late shift who creates a charmingly grotesque carnival in order to keep his beloved son entertained.
Written, produced, and directed by filmmaker Remington Smith, this short takes place deep in a desolate wasteland during the height of winter. There, a mysterious woman goes through extraordinary lengths to survive and take care of a suffering loved one.
A couple moving into their new home discover one closet has very ... unusual properties. Written and produced by David. F. Sandberg, whose other creepy short film, Lights Out, was adapted and released theatrically this summer as a major motion picture!
Beginning with the realization the grocery store where he is shopping is completely deserted, one man's solitary evening at home descends into mind-numbing terror. Directed by Marcus Alqueres.
Fleeing from zombies, a mother and her preteen daughter seek refuge in an abandoned farmhouse. However, the mother soon realizes danger is much closer than they feared. Screenplay by Pia Cook & Tina Smith. Directed by Crash Taylor & Raj Pathak. A Coldwater Canyons Pictures/We Are Heroes Films production.
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