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10 MORE shorts to stream this Women in Horror Month! #WIHM9

There are still a few days left in February aka Women in Horror Month–plenty of time to indulge in some scary shorts that are streaming online!

For more  horror shorts by women available online, try here, here, here and here.

 

Surprise Egg – 2018 Blood Drive PSA

(Dir. Hannah Neurotica)

Enjoy this delightful stop motion animation from WIHM founder Hannah Neurotica herself, made for  the 2018 annual Women in Horror Month Blood Drive campaign.

See many more great PSAs over on The Soska Sisters  Youtube channel.

 

Brown Wreck-Loose

(Dir. Tristian Montgomery)

We were fortunate enough to see this tale of troubled young lady on a particularly restless night at Ax Wound last year and are thrilled that it’s now available online.

 

Mauvaises Tetes 

(Dir.Rebekah Fieschi)

This gorgeous short that pays tribute to Universal and MGM horror classics of the 20s and 30s is finally available online. Watch on Vimeo On Demand — 50% off for the rest of Women in Horror Month with code WIHM9!

 

Ink

(Dir. Ashlea Wessel)

An unsettling and dreamy take on processing trauma and facing demons.

 

Paralysis

(Dir. R. Shanea Williams)

A photographer suffers from a sleep disorder, and possibly something even scarier and less easily explained.

 

Migraine

(Dir.Chloë Buse)

Super duper short inspired by a real life horror!

 

Vanilla Cake

(Dir. Crystal Pastis)

Alex’s 16th birthday celebration takes a turn.

 

 

Right Hand Satan 

(Dir. Linzi Harvey)

A fun, bloody short that gets in and out in under a minute.One of the 13 finalists in the Celluloid Screams Twisted Bumper Competition.

 

Tahootie

(Dir. Sabina Ibarra)

There’s nothing creepy about a kid’s imaginary friend demanding everyone play that hold-your-breath-while-you-go-through-the-tunnel game. Nope. Totally adorable.

 

Ellie

(Dir. Morgana McKenzie)

Surprising and disturbing short that is extremely compelling, if bleak. Won’t say more for fear of spoiling.

 

 

 

 

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