As well as showcasing and promoting the best independent short horror on Popcorn Horror, we’re aiming to put together a spine-tingling programme for the Glasgow Horror Festival. Now that we’ve finished the difficult judging process, here’s the animated horror films set to terrorise Glasgow this Halloween!
Other Lily (USA), David Romero
Lily suffers from a sleep paralysis that may have horrific implications on her waking life.
A Piece of Flesh (UK), Eleonora Saccoman
Set in a different world, where animals are at the top of the food chain, a lonely human soul tries to get his freedom back.
Beware of Bunny (USA), Rebecca Gill
On the way home, a little boy finds the pet of his nightmares.
Raven’s Hollow (USA), Colin Clarke
Billy, his sister Lisa, and her boyfriend Mike spend Halloween at the drive-in after trick or treating. When Billy threatens to walk home through an dark cornfield, Mike tells him a legend of Old Farmer Blood, who is said to have seeded his field with the blood of murder victims. When Billy disbelieves, Mike leads the trio into a nightmare of unrelenting terror
CopyCat Club (GERMANY), Riccardo Torresi
A two minute journey in a distopic reality where Berlin is seen in the light of its constant changing.
I Could Eat A Horse (UK), Jake Hovell
An incompetent student’s desperate quest for sustenance as he explores his filthy shared house, which leads to a brutal and life changing dilemma. Inspired by horrific experiences with shared student accommodation!
Graveyard Shift (CANADA, Carlos Schvepper
In this comedic action-paced short, a gravedigger extremely committed to his work ends up in Horror movie levels of trouble once he finds out body parts of people he has buried have suddenly gone missing.
Ripe For The Picking (CANADA), Sarah Murray
By a soft morning, Peter the farmer goes for a round in his field and runs into a very ripe fruit.
Ovation (US), Joann Kang/Sophia Wang
A CG animated short about a disagreeable young boy who goes to a mysterious magic show, but the magician forces him to experience real magic.
Through My Eyes (UK), Eleonora Saccoman
The sudden appearance of a suitcase in the protagonist’s room, will be the start of his journey to heal from mental illness; struggling with what is real and what is not.
The Beard (RUSSIA), Sofya Badalova
A man loved and adored his beard and lived with her in perfect harmony, until suddenly he meets a woman. The man turns his attention to the woman, thereby causing a love triangle.
Monster Zombie Claymation (USA), Trent Shy
No plot and lots of blood and monsters.