An immortal woman trying to make it through this world without too much hassle and find her next meal, as she finds a way to make things work, her activities attract the attention of people on both sides of the law.
Returning from Lake Fear, skipping the unrelated Lake Fear 2, Remington is back and out of the evil cabin and is dealing with evil once again. This time, a duo of girls looking for one’s sister hires a famous paranormal investigator and they all stumble into Remington’s world of evil.
A young filmmaker gets the opportunity of a lifetime to direct his first feature film based on the talent anhard work shown in his short films and a little luck. However, a few strings come attached to the offer.
This year, to raise up the bar, we got you cult icon Tiffany Shepis (Tales of Halloween, Tromeo & Juliet, Killer Kate, and so many more), Mia Paige (Tiffany’s daughter, Model Hunger, Tales of Halloween), groundbreaking director/actor Adam Green (Hatchet series, Holliston, …), the one and only Arwen (no last name necessary, like Cher, but it really is Green, cute pup, superstar, #cultofarwen), and Heather Murphy (Black Devil Doll, social media darling).
Of course, a few of last year’s favorites are also coming back including Jamie Farthing, Tomas Navarro, and Mr. Ghost.
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In this anthology, seven short films are gathered together to create a fun, humorous, and bloody collection. The short films included here are Killer Kart by James Feeney, Horrific by Robert Boocheck, ‘Till Death by Jason Tostevin, Death Metal by Chris McInroy, Bitten by Sarah K Reimers, Born Again by Jason Tostevin, and Lunch Ladies by Clarissa Jacobson.
The films included here are all high production values short films with some hitting better than others. Of course, as they are festival circuit darlings, some of them have already been reviewed at Cinema Crazed. So let’s start with those and their previous reviews.