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Beginning this week, Shock Till You Drop is hosting a series of horror short films that fall under the "Fun Size Horror" banner which was created by filmmaker Zeke Penheiro. All of the Fun Size Horror shorts have been independently produced by a wide range of filmmakers including Josh Waller, Glen Murakami, Mali Elfman, with participating actors Lance Reddick, Rose McIver, Tracie Thoms, Brea Grant, Amy Dallen, Victor Webster and Diva Zappa.
Today, we bring you "Happy Birthday" from writer-director Erin Stegeman (Roadside) and producer Ace Marrero (Madison County). In the short: "Sophia is turning six and her cardigan-clad parents have put together the perfect party, including a very special surprise." You can watch this bloody tale below.
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- Ryan Turek
Eric England’s film Contracted hit the indie world by storm this year. The story of the deadliest one-night stand was penned and directed by a 25-year-old quickly making waves in the horror filmmaking community. Eric England was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to chat with me about Contracted, the changing world of the filmmaker, and indie horror films.
Bj Colangelo: I know you went to film school and it seems that there’s two schools of thought on filmmakers gaining a formal education. There’s the “go to film school it’s the most important thing you’ll ever do,” and then there’s sort of the “fuck film school” filmmakers. What’s your stance as someone who went?
Eric England: It’s ironic because I’m more of a fuck film school guy, but I think film school is okay if you have almost absolutely no idea. »
- BJ Colangelo
2 items from 2014
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