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Weekly Horrors Await at The Boneyard

Qe readers love shorts, so I thought I'd share a bit of news that hit my inbox today. Sideshow Pictures and Harrington Talents have launched The Boneyard, a new online home for free cinematic horrors - offering up a brand new gruesome short film every single Wednesday.

The Boneyard also offers horror fans the opportunity to view a number of Sideshow Pictures' previous acclaimed short films, including Night Of The Pumpkin, The House That Cried Blood, and Children Of The Witch for free - as well as brand new shorts including David Lilley's Rellik - and last Wednesday's new release, George A. Taramas' #Selfie!

Today saw the debut of Home Sweet Home, from Blood Night: The Legend Of Mary Hatchet director Frank Sabatella.

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New York City Horror Film Festival Shorts: Day 1

Damn you New York City traffic! Day one of the New York City Horror Film Festival, and you’re going to make me sit in two extra hours worth of traffic due to a disabled bus in the Lincoln Tunnel?! So are the trials and tribulations of a New Jersian, but you take the good with the bad, considering my refusal to walk into a film late and be the dick sitting down and asking the closest patron “So what did I miss?” Instead, I actually got to relax, meet a friend, grab a few pre-drinks, had a killer all beef burger infused with blue cheese crumbles and bacon, covered in frazzled onions and…Ok, sorry, getting distracted, New York City Horror Film Festival short films, right.

So, along with two full length feature films a night, audiences are also treated to a plethora of fantabulous horror shorts to set
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Night of the Pumpkin – Halloween Short

The other day, we told you about a Halloween short (here) coming to you called Night of the Pumpkin. Well, your wait is over as the fine people at Sideshow Pictures has given us the film.

Night of the Pumpkin is directed by Frank Sabatella (Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet) and written by Ted Geoghegan (Sweatshop, Barricade)

It’s All Hallow’s Eve, and geeky Steve and his buddy Cutter are holding a seance in the local cemetery. While foolishly toying with the dark forces of nature, they summon the soul of an ancient demon that possesses their Jack O’ Lantern, which promptly goes on a carnivorous rampage! As the demonic gourd terrorizes the entire town, it grows larger and larger with every human soul it consumes! Now it is up to Steve to stop the monster pumpkin before it destroys his neighborhood and devours the woman he loves!
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