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This Week’s Contenders:
“Preternatural Preternatural as an unreliable documentary about modern day fairies living amongst us in plain sight…”
Preternatural, a creepy creature feature by brothers Sean and Tim Cunningham, is disguised as a documentary and aims to put the “terror” back into fairy folklore. If you are a fan of horror films, monsters, and science fiction, then you’ll be interested in this!
Remember the VFX fiasco earlier this year? Tim Cunningham has been unemployed since February because of Hollywood not wanting to pay up for VFX, but this indie film fighter has not given up hope, and we sure want to support him in that! Check out Preternatural on Indiegogo, and if you like what you see, vote for for VFX in this week’s poll!
“If you’re a fan of Classic Horror from the 70′s, 80′s and 90′s, this project is for you! The Undead is an in depth look at the world after a Nuclear Holocaust.”
You’ll wish you were dead after encountering the undead in this zombie horror throwback feature where Night of the Living Dead meets The Day After.
We all know that every Small town has its secrets, but “Russeltown has one too many.” We sure love zombies, and if you do too, vote for The Undead and see this film live another day…
The passion for trucks has followed Antonio since the day he was born. His mother tells that he was born inside the cabin of his father’s truck; a red 1518 Mercedes Benz. An old photograph of the truck is all that was left from this memory. While Antonio imagines his father’s life as a truck driver, he searches for clues and different routes on the map that can help him to fulfill his dream of meeting his father. One day, Antonio sees his father’s truck on the village and runs after it in order to find the man he always dreamed with.
I Don’t Say Goodbye, I Say See You Soon is a pre-thesis film by NYC’s Tisch School of the Arts/NYU student, Giuliana Monteiro. Monteiro is both the writer and director for this delightful short, and something tells me this isn’t the last we’ll be hearing from this talented female filmmaker! Let’s hear it for the girls, and vote for the lady to win!
“There is a growing epidemic happening across the country that is claiming the lives of 22 veterans every day and 1 active duty soldier and Marine every 25 hours. Men and women all around the world have been affected and the numbers are growing exponentially. This epidemic is known as PTSD. POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER”
Thunder Road is the first film for this generation that truly explores the psychological effects of war and lifts the veil of PTSD, bringing it into the public forum. It is a story about ordinary people, and the most extraordinary circumstances; how they cope, and how they overcome.