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AAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits – Volume 1 Complete

AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits - Volume 1

AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits - Volume 1

My good friend, Miguel Gallego of AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits, just let me know about a new indie horror movie collection that fans will want to add to their collection.

AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits is a new feature length collection of award winning independent short horror films coming to DVD in September 2008 – just in time for a Happy Halloween. 

 

 

“ALL KILLER – NO FILLER” This is the good stuff. The short horror films that caused a buzz on the festival circuit – then vanished. If you saw them the first time you know what we mean. If you didn’t, you can enjoy them now – for the first time.

From a dark, cautionary tale (The Crypt Club – with Alison Pill from Pieces of April) to gallows humour on the job (Ghost Busted); from the grotesque otherworld of H.P. Lovecraft (The Veil) to today’s outbreak fears (The Ninth Entry); from the stylishly bizarre (My Skin! – with Tony Simmons from Human No More & Carnie) and the chillingly macabre (Oculus) to the dire family survival drama (Old Friends – from Kevin Greutert, editor of the SAW films).

We’ve resurrected these great short indie horror films. Turn down the lights and dig in for your own private horror film festival.

FEATURED SHORT FILMS (alphabetical order):
The Crypt Club
(23:00 Canada) Dir: Miguel Gallego
Ghost Busted (3:00 USA) Dir: Vance Null
My Skin! (13:00 USA) Dir: Christopher Alan Broadstone
The Ninth Entry (5:00 USA) Dir: Anthony Falcon
Oculus (32:00 USA) Dir: Mike Flanagan
Old Friends (14:30 USA) Dir: Kevin Greutert
The Veil (12:00 Canada) Dir: Mike Jackson

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There are 2 Comments to "AAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits – Volume 1 Complete"

  • Thanks John. Verry much appreciated. This is so grass roots we’re actually the soil beneath the roots. But this is where the fertile stuff grows. More water please.

    Cheers,
    Miguel

  • Peter says:

    I’m glad to see My Skin in the mix (I’ve tried to get the word out on Broadstone in the past). Thanks for the heads up.

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