An elderly lady Mrs. Wiltshire is trapped in her house by the evil spirit of her deceased abusive husband. Despite her son Tony's pleads to leave with him, Mrs. Wiltshire is torn between ... See full summary »
Samantha has been having nightmares about a dark figure called Tyberius Krane. Finally seeking help after years of rejection Samantha contacts Selwyn Parsons and Marvin La'Fantome, the hosts of paranormal TV 'The Witching Hour'.
Seven strangers are invited to hear an inheritance at a remote location in the UK. All have no idea who and why their benefactor has invited them. However, when they arrive at the house, the fun and excitement of potentially winning £10,000,000 soon turns to horror as each of the guests is disposed of in a gory and horrific fashion. Who is the Host and what really is his offer?Written by
Gary Smart; Writer
'The Offer' is somewhat of a 'Hellraiser' reunion as it features Kenneth Cranham (Channard), Barbie Wilde (Female Cenobite), Oliver Smith (Frank Cotton/Mr Browning), Simon Bamford (Butterball Cenobite), Nicholas Vince (Chatterer Cenobite) and has special effects by Stuart Conran (Hellraiser and Hellbound). See more »
Dark Ditties: The Offer is a wicked mystery,thriller,horror short film vehicle that you soon find out has no breaks once it gets rolling. The pace doesn't keep you waiting for the next unsettling revelation at all. Seven strangers playing a terrible but Oh so rewarding guessing game to the death. Which in turn gets your brain playing the guessing game at home doesn't disappoint and is not for the squeamish, but what true horror movie is."Remember:Everyone is always ready to play an inheritance game until the doors lock". Maybe we have seen something like this before,but not nailed down like this in a short film format. Some actors you may know and some you may not, but they were all So in character. Bruce Jones was hilarious and absolutely stole the show. They all had different paths and pasts that brought them there,or got them hand picked to play. But they all share the same trait of Selfishness which ties it all together in the film. The end revelation will blow your mind, I just kept saying WoW...'there's always a twist". I thought the film was "Well Done,and attention holding" with great camera work.Dark Ditties crew,Gary Smart, and Chris Griffiths that noise you hear is me clapping for your film. "Pick A Card, Any Card Is This Your Sin" OnAHorrorBinge @jimmy2xriley twitter
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