NIGHTMARE FUEL

NIGHTMARE FUEL

Shorts Program

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  • Cobble Hill Cinema
  • October 19, 2019
  • Saturday, 1:00PM to 2:45PM

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NIGHTMARE FUEL

Cobble Hill Cinema

Saturday, 1:00PM to 2:45PM
October 19, 2019

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NIGHTMARE FUEL

Cobble Hill Cinema

Saturday, 1:00PM to 2:45PM
October 19, 2019

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We dare you to try your best to sleep comfortably after watching these scare-fueled shorts, which run the gamut from insatiable cannibals to dating app ghouls, relentless serial killers and occult-signaled demons.

Skin of Man, dir. Jimmy Joe Roche (USA)

It was supposed to be a scenic trek into the woods, but then the acid took effect. And then came the ritual.

In Sound, We Live Forever, dir. Joshua Guiliano (USA)

The traditional slasher film conceit is given an experimental and audibly chilling makeover in this backwoods shocker.

Inferno, dir. Bishal Dutta (USA)

Trapped in a dingy motel room by something monstrous, a woman fights for her life by any means necessary.

The Vicious, dir. Trevor Dillon, Ian Hock (USA)

Suspicions are raised once a family of three knocks on the door of an isolated farmhouse.

Megan, 26, dir. Brea Grant (USA)

Some dates are nightmares, but this one really takes the cake.

Midnight Talk, dir. Raffael Oliveri (Australia)

Grieving over mother’s death, a young woman moves in with her aunt. But when she begins feeling as if she’s being watched something sinister, her aunt fills her in on a dark family secret.

Fatale Collective: Bleed, dir. Lola Blanc, Linda Chen, Natasha Halevi, Danin Jacquay, Francesca Maldonado, Megan Rosati (USA)

As ambitious as it is entertaining, this six-segment mini anthology gathers a sextet of woman directors for quick, individualistic jolts of terror.

Caw, dir. Laura Sanchez Acosta (Argentina)

A girl disobeys her grandmother’s wishes and ventures outside. She’ll wish it was only her grandma waiting for her.