Why Watch? Because we should all be checking the backseat before nighttime car trips. This one goes quick, and you’ve got to have your eyes peeled, but it’s highly effective horror in its ability to share a secret without placing red arrows all over it. Creep is a short that trusts its audience to figure out what’s going on, which is incredibly refreshing in a world where spoonfeeding seems like the norm. Plus, it’s got a great soundtrack. If you didn’t see it the first time, don’t give up. What does it cost? Just 2 minutes of your time. Check out Creep for yourself:


The Best Short Films

Why Watch? Because we’re already afraid of the people next door anyway. The simplicity of this short is in how quickly it can make us wary of the person living next to us. Writer/Directors Stephen Johnson and Robyn Simms have created a delightful little horror story about a serial killer stalking one particular block, a creepy ice tea-stealing asshat, and a sweet old woman just trying to tend to her garden. It’s nothing revolutionary. It just works. Plus, the credits are as cathartic as they come (thanks in part to the smarm of actor Dave Razowsky). Why would anyone want to hurt Marilyn? What Will It Cost? Just 3 minutes of your time. Check out Neighbors for yourself:

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