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The Best Short Films

Why Watch? With a punchy, computer-aided sound track, this new short from Kadavre Exquis is the audio-visual equivalent of LSD. Its random images are tied together only by a vague memory of what the past thought of the future, and the result is something mildly brain-shaking. It earns a raised eyebrow, but it’s undeniable beautiful in its exploration of 70s retro imagery. What will it cost? Only 2 minutes. Skip Work. You’ve Got Time For More Short Films

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Why Watch? It’s weirdness wrapped up in the grainy elegance of the 1980s. This isn’t the surrealist Monkees film of the same name, but it might induce the same WTF reaction. In Benjamin Wong‘s odd short, a young man (Don Chao) is passed over for yet another job promotion because he’s got something strange on top of his neck. After the humiliation, how far will he go to be liked, fit in, and snag the job? What does it cost? Just 3 minutes of your time. Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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EvilDeadBack

Now to see if they’ll play it as a double feature with Spider-Man 4

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ff-thehouseofthedevil

If House of the Devil was put in a stack of horror flicks from 1979-1984, no one on the planet would ever realize it was made thirty years after the fact.

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Officially Cool

Its odd to think while some kids couldn’t wait to take their brand new Star Wars lunchbox to show off at school, others were packing it away for future safekeeping. I guess it is a good thing that I kept all of my Pogs in special round plastic cases. Just kidding!

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