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Narrative Shorts #8

Packed with horror, comedy, and maybe some blood, this collection of narrative short films will give you all the f**ked up goodness you’ve been dying for.

In this program


Directed by Cory Cavin

A man comes home to an unwanted visitor who wants to trade places.

Girl Talk!

Directed by Andrew Huggins

A woman asks a man for dating advice.


Directed by Chris Nolen, Micah Troublefield

A metal band finds a dead body in the woods, and they have to prove they didn’t sacrifice it for Satan.

Good Looking Out

Directed by Seth Chatfield

Claire and Steven find themselves lost on the way to a friend’s house in the country, revealing troubling communication issues that steer them toward a darker destination.

Bad Acid

Directed by Sam Fox

Sheila, a self-obsessed aerobics fanatic, accidentally ingests some toxic hair gel while doing her morning workout, propelling her on a psychedelic foray into the dangerous world of Aerobics Cult Leader John Flexi.

Dark Signals

Directed by Izzy Lee

Nightmares and reality blend when signals distort and collide.

Fck’n Nuts

Directed by Sam Fox

Sandy is grievously forced to break it off with the boy of her dreams in order to avert him from meeting her unusual parents.

The Haunted Baby Carriage From Hell

Directed by JT Seaton

In this LGBTQIA+ comedy horror, Spencer and Cameron move into a new house that just so happens to be haunted by an old baby carriage. As the carriage endeavors to scare the couple, the attempts ultimately fail, because the couple just doesn’t care… know…at all. THE HAUNTED BABY CARRIAGE FROM HELL features a hilarious performance by cult actress, Kelli Maroney (FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH, NIGHT OF THE COMET, CHOPPING MALL), and a special appearance by Moneypenny as “Princess Peaches.”

We Forgot About The Zombies

Directed by Chris McInroy

Two dudes think they found the cure for zombie bites.

CONTENT: The Lo-Fi Man

Directed by Blake Myers, Brian Lonano

“Filmmaker” Brian Lonano tries to talk about a beloved cult film. What happens next will shock you!

Dates & Times


The Independent Picture House

Fri, Sep 29
10:15 pm