8 Horrifying Short Films from YouTube Space LA & Skybound
A couple months back we told you about YouTube Space LA’s elaborate Halloween set, and their partnership with the creators of “The Walking Dead” and comic book artist Robert Kirkman to make short horror films with some of the best creators on YouTube.
Now, just in time for Halloween, the movies are launching on various channels, and they offer every scenario you could want from a creepy abandoned house: ghosts, axe murderers, deadly viruses, relationships strained to the breaking point, apocalypses, fight scenes, and lots and lots of zombies – all written, produced and starring some of our favorite people on the web.
Get yourself in the mood for this weekend with short films from SourceFedNERD, MysteryGuitarMan, BlackBoxTV and more.
Steve Zaragoza and What’s Trending alum Lon Harris created this film for SourceFedNERD, about a weasely jerk who flees the apocalypse, only to find himself in a house with three people he screwed over in the past.
A gay horror film from Whitney Milam and Rachel Kiley tells the story of three friends preparing to spend their last night together after one of them is infected by a zombie.
This intense offering from MysteryGuitarMan shows a woman struggling to survive the night after she’s abandoned and exposed to a deadly zombifying disease.
From Comediva, a psychic visits an abandoned house and tries to help the ghost of a little girl named Susie – but Susie won’t let her leave.
If comedy’s more your thing, the Warp Zone made a video about a ghost hunting TV show that investigates a haunted house in rural Alabama and discovers that the local ghosts like to make obnoxious prank videos, which sounds like my personal version of hell.
Fresh from premiering their new series “The Fourth Door,” Tony Valenzuela of BlackBoxTV and Jarrett Sleeper offer this dreamlike zombie musical about two sisters.
Yulin Kuang shows us that zombie fighters don’t have to be all grim and dark all the time – they can be besties for life who like to decorate their crossbows with Lisa Frank stickers.
Lana McKissack and Nathan Moore produced this “not a horror movie” about a lonely axe murderer spending the day after his latest kills cleaning up the house and daydreaming about impressing his idol M. Meyers.