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Embrace the Horror of the Holidays by Watching the Short Film Humbug

If you've ever wondered why your neighbors really get into the holiday spirit every December, then you'll relate to the main character of the new Christmas short horror film Humbug, which is now available to watch right here on Daily Dead. And if you do relate to the central character, hopefully your neighbors aren't hiding a holiday secret like the one unwrapped in this horror short, or else you should be extra careful the next time carolers come knocking at your door.

Directed by Matt Thiesen and Justin Lee, and starring Jessee Foudray and Milly Sanders, Humbug has currently screened at 16 film festivals, and you can unwrap the holiday horror short film in its entirety below. You may never look at eggnog the same way again after watching it...

Synopsis: "A moody goth girl (Scarlet) deep in the throes of artistic creation is interrupted by her neighbor’s incessant Christmas music.
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Full Schedule Revealed for the Women in Horror Film Festival in Atlanta, Featuring Jen & Sylvia Soska, Heather Langenkamp & More

Kicking off this September in Atlanta, Georgia, the inaugural Women in Horror Film Festival's full schedule has been announced, including an impressive slate of diverse films and special guests such as Jen and Sylvia Soska, Heather Langenkamp, Amanda Wyss, and Greg Nicotero.

We have the full Women in Horror Film Festival schedule below, and to learn more, be sure to visit the fest's official website.

"Thursday Sept 21, 2017

5:30pm-7:30pm - Casual cocktail hour in the hotel bar to meet/mingle with guests

7:30pm - 8:00pm - Photos on the Dead Carpet

8:00pm-12:00am - VIP Party at the Crowne Plaza

Friday Sept 22, 2017

8am-10am - Casual breakfast for hotel guests

11am - 11:45am Stunt Demo with John Nittolo and Julienne Joyner

12pm - 1:45pm - Short Block - Thriller

Suffer (Canada) - Filip Terlecki (Writer/Director)

Caravan (Australia) - Nathan Lacey (Director
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Milly Sanders and Her Eerie Love Story ‘Meet Me in the Graveyard’

Meet Me in the Graveyard is no exception. On first glance, you have a show primarily based with in the vlogging format familiar to lonelygirl fans and critics everywhere--an attractive young woman creating a video blog. A format that immediately sparks interest based on it's familiarity, or perhaps the very nature of voyeurism that comes with surfing the web. I think I probably first fell in love with the girl plus diary format when watching Winona Ryder frantically keep notes about her serial killer boyfriend in Heathers. Like Heathers the tone of Meet Me in the Graveyard is decidedly dark, albeit less comedic. Actress-producer Milly Sanders is our protagonist Viola vlogging and chatting from a mental institution when she stumbles upon Ace who is vlogging from a half way house. It's glorious Gothic love at first site.
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