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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...

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...

March 24, 2020

In HALLOWEEN NIGHT It’s Halloween in Haddonfield, Illinois. The infamous Halloween Night of 1978 is all but a memory for the people of Haddonfield as the new generation of townspeople look to put the town’s marred legacy behind them. But Death has come BACK to their little town.

The film predominately follows John Loomis, the grandson of franchise icon Dr. Sam Loomis. John along with his wife (and some unsuspecting Haddonfield...

January 28, 2020

In May of last year we were first made aware of the disappearance of Deputy Leo Cole of the Darkbluff, Maryland Sheriff's Department. His chilling bodycam footage was discovered, and what unfolded was a surreal descent into madness in a superb indie anthology horror film that set itself apart from many of the pitfalls of the found footage genre that's littered the horror genre since The Blair Witch Project.

Now, almost a year l...

January 17, 2019

I recently put together a listicle of my Top 5 Horror Fan Films of 2018, but I’m gutted to have missed Siren’s Song: A Resident Evil Fan Film before it was written up. Beyond a shadow of a doubt, this fantastic fan film – directed by Reggie Waters (The Wrath) and co-written by Sky Montoya and Anthony Villa (Revenge of The Dead) – finds a comfortable home in my 2018 favourites.

Siren’s Song kicks off with an edgy, distorted intr...

January 14, 2019

Let’s be clear right off the bat, 'Camp Death 3 in 2D' is stupid. The Canadian produced Friday the 13th parody lives up to the poster’s tagline –   “This movie is stupid”.  The slasher parody is crude, gross and well -- stupid. With that being said the film is clearly a love letter to the films that inspired it and is chalk full of Easter eggs for Friday the 13th and 80’s horror film fans to enjoy. The film's taste level might...

December 2, 2018

Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle is a puzzle styled game in which you control the legendary Jason Voorhees and you’re sent on a mission to kill everyone.......but the cats! You cant harm the cats 😱! By solving the puzzles you level up Jason and unlock a variety of weapons from a skeleton arm to a chainsaw.

There are 12 episodes all together and each of those are 13 levels long. The levels start off easy to give you the feel...

September 2, 2018

The film is not yet currently available due to rights issues but we were lucky enough to catch a screening of the film. 

In Ghostface we are once again introduced to a masked killer with a knack for deadly banter -  setting his eyes on a new franchise of murders. It becomes obvious quickly that the masked madman is looking for previous survivors Sidney Prescott, Gale Weathers, and Dewey Riley - but why?

The film has an in...

June 4, 2018

In 'Silent Hill Requiem' we again meet the iconic video game characters James Sunderland and Heather Mason as they must return to the fog covered streets of Silent Hill to face the dark nature of the titular town once again and hopefully end the horror it reigns. To do so they must not only confront a waking nightmare, but also the dark ancient history of Silent Hill and possibly themselves.

The film was originally crowd funded...

May 24, 2018

On April 19th, 2016, Deputy Leo Cole of the Darkbluff, Maryland Sheriff's Department vanished after being dispatched to 11628 Hangmanor Rd.  The next morning, his body camera was found. And thus begins the wraparound segment of the found footage anthology horror film, The Fear Footage.

We follow Deputy Leo Cole as he is called to investigate numerous reports of the reappearance of a house that had previously been thought to hav...

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