Saturday, October 3, 2009 - 8pm
MTV and SciFi Channel veteran, Voltaire, takes a dark look at gift-giving and the negative effect it has on the Earth in this one-minute Christmas parable. Animated in stop-motion by Voltaire and narrated by Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance.
The Institute of Seance
A short, fast-paced melodrama that features a murder mystery and surreal ghost effects — done in the style of a 1920’s silent movie.
An unhappily married couple comes home from a Christmas party to find their babysitter frozen in shock and their young daughter missing.
A young man introduces his homecoming date to his mother, a gravely ill woman with sinister intentions.
The Fairy Princess
In a quiet suburban community on Halloween night, a seemingly friendly neighbor grabs a little girl dressed on as a fairy, but who tricked who?
Burt is a vampire with a death wish, but he just can't seem to make it stick. Find out why it sucks to be dead.
Death In Charge
The Grim Reaper is mistaken for a babysitter and learns a thing or two about life.
A couple takes refuge from a tornado storm and comes across a copy of 'The Zombie Survival Guide', setting off an intense debate on the best ways to avoid becoming zombie food fodder.
The dead are rising and the city has been evacuated, but two survivors remain behind. Rita wouldn't abandon her infected husband, and Sachin refused to leave the memory of his dead wife. Willing to do anything to avoid dying alone, Rita deceives and seduces her way into Sachin's life, but soon discovers that tempting his memories is even more dangerous than what's lurking outside.
A detective interrogates a woman about the brutal stabbing of her husband. He becomes suspicious when she claims that the injuries were 'self-inflicted.'
Paper Dolls Live in Glass Houses
Annabella, the fear-inspiring fashion photographer, is being stalked by a menacing voyeur. As gruesome murders transpire, we ask ourselves is Annabella next? Starring Kelly Marchand.
Ice Cream Sunday
Underground filmmaking group Chainsaw Kiss brings you a film that takes a look into the irreversible damage and degredation that can be done to the human spirit by people and archaic traditions hidden under the veil of secrecy known as organized religion.
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