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April 28, 2020

Here at HorrorFanFilms.com we were lucky enough to get a sneak peak at the upcoming horror short film Slaybor Day 7.

In Slaybor Day 7 we’re introduced to the infamous horror icon, Maddox Mason of the popular fictional Slaybor Day franchise. The film plays as a mockumentary, with Maddox being interviewed about his career and the titular franchise in which his character slashes through anyone bold (or tacky) enough to tackle wea...

April 20, 2020

In the Nightmare on Elm Street fan film “In Dreams” we met Cheyenne, an American teenager who suffers from sleepwalking. Soon though she’ll come face to face with the infamous Springwood Slasher himself, Freddy Krueger. 

The fan film is an independent Italian production written by Silvio Marotta and directed by Cristian Tomassini for the Anima Film Srl production company. “In Dreams” is clearly a love letter to the horror film...

April 16, 2020

Coleman FIlms launched Indiegogo Campaign for Halloween Inferno Part 3

April 7, 2020

Directed By Jeremy Brown (Friday 13th: Vengeance) and written by best-selling horror author, Matt Shaw. A Nightmare On Elm Street: Up All Night was made by fans, for the fans. The film comes after a successful Indiegogo campaign which saw over 11k raised for production. 

In the film we meet Marlow who uses an unhealthier lifestyle to stay one step ahead of Freddy. She drinks energy drinks as though they're going out of fashion,...

March 30, 2020

With a Halloween deadline looming, best friends and self-proclaimed horror geeks Bobby (Ben Seideman) and Nick (Kyle Geriak) team-up to create an ambitious high school science project on the eve of Halloween. But when an unusual geomagnetic storm hits, it unleashes evil times-two into their small Midwestern town. With the help of their friends Audrey (Ellie Ash) and Willow (Samantha Bauer), the teens find themselves in a race...

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REVIEW // "Slaybor Day 7" slays horror tropes with laughs

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