Extreme Horror

Means To An End

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Producers/Directors/Writers: Paul Solet, Jake Hamilton

Pete and Jasper are two horror-crazed special effects artists with big aspirations and a unique philosophy about their beloved genre: Horror needs special effects that are REAL.

When they find themselves ostracized by the mainstream industry as a result of their unorthodox techniques, they set out to make their own film, starring themselves. Production is a bloodbath. Battered, bruised and slashed, Pete and Jasper cut together an excellent film and set forth on a quest for distribution. But they remain blacklisted. No one is willing to take a chance. Finally, they find one executive willing to take on their film, under one condition—they must find a climax that KILLS….

14 min

Filthy

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Producer: Andrew Allan, Dave Berggren, Director: John Karliss, Andy Lalino; Writer: Lalino

When reporter Dana Diamond goes in search of the ultimate story, she gets more than she bargained for. On a riot-torn Halloween night, Dana is lured into a decrepit house by a sadistic transient and kidnapped by an incestuous family.

Inside, Dana endures the most brutal and unspeakable ordeals imaginable, mentally and physically tortured to the limit, as she hallucinates monsters emerging from the garbage piles, including a humanoid being made of rotting meat pieces. Will Dana survive the unrelenting attack of her merciless tormentors?

32 min

Jitters

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Producer/Writer: Eric Richter, Director: Anthony Sumner

Tom just popped “the question” to Suzi and she couldn’t be more excited. Everything seems perfect at first, but is Suzi all that she seems? When Tom wakes up finding himself tied and bound in a plastic covered room, he soon learns exactly what Suzi expects their life together to be like. As she literally cuts away the flaws in their relationship, Suzi makes it clear that this marriage will not be without sacrifice. Hanging helplessly from the rafters, Tom clings on to consciousness as Suzi carves away at his masculine imperfections. Is this really happening? Many of the graphic scenes in Jitters will test the stamina of audience members.

13 min

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