A special selection of the strangest short horror films from the past few years at SEFF '16. Screening in their original language versions with English subtitles, for viewers with nerves of steel, who are over 18 years of age.
The film, adhering to horror aesthetics, talks about the mourning of a mature man who lost a loved one. Starring Paul McGann, British film star from the '80s known for his roles in “The Monk” by Paco Lara, “The Rainbow” by Ken Russell, and “Dealers” by Colin Bucksey.
An attractive brunette invites a man she has just met to spend the night with her. The protagonist does not know that he is in grave danger. The film skilfully combines elements of a vampire film with erotic horror.
A horror film about a hitch-hiker and a mysterious driver who takes him on a terrifying journey. A clear echo of Robert Harmon’s famous “The Hitcher” with the unforgettable performance by Rutger Hauer.
A fascinating documentary about an investigation concerning a lost horror film supposedly directed by the cinema pioneer Georges Méliès. A true gem, both for horror enthusiasts and for lovers of film history.
A horrifying story about lonely siblings in a mysterious forest. There are demons, possession, incest, and death. There is a lot to fear. The film has been presented at the IIK!! horror film festival in Finland.