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A new virtual reality headset promises to offer Tom an escape from his painfully dull life, but how will he cope when a Japanese urban legend comes to haunt him? Starring: Betty Waterhouse, Connor Knight, and Matt Beaumont Directed and written by: Rob Ulitski   “VR” introduces audiences to what happens when virtual reality meets horror. Tom just got a new virtual reality headset, and wastes little time trying it out. It seems to be working well, as he ventures to different realities. Then things start to get a little weird, and an alarm goes off saying there’s a virus in the network. He’s forced to take off the headset and take a break.   During this break, the audience finds out that he’s apparently having issues with an ex-lover. Upset about this problem, he goes back to the headset. This time it doesn’t take long before he’s confronted by a strange asian woman again. Virtual reality and reality start to converge with his life very much in the balance.    Virtu


A young woman is terrorized by a mysterious puppet. Starring: Noelle Hanson Directed by: Carlos Omar de Leon Written by: Carlos Omar de Leon and Vorasine Vince Phrommany   "KAL- The Clown" starts with a young woman (Noelle Hanson) sitting on her couch trying to watch tv when the door bell rings. She goes to the door, and finds that she's received a package. She brings it inside, and opens it up to find a scary looking clown puppet. There's also a note saying that his name is KAL. She leaves it in the box, and resumes watching tv.   Sometime later she realizes the clown is now on the floor so she picks it up and throws it in the garbage. She tries a couple of more times to get rid of the clown, but isn't very successful. After hearing the basement door open, she goes to investigate, and ends up falling down the stairs. Unfortunately for her she's now easy pickings for the puppet.   This is another well done short horror film by Carlo


A popular online blogger thinks he's going on a routine blind date thanks to the new dating app he's been using. But his next date could be his last... Starring: Jonnie Stapleton and Desire Jansen Directed by: Carlos Omar De León Written by: Vorasine Vince Phrommany and Carlos Omar De León   “Killer Date” opens with Mike (Jonnie Stapleton) in a coffee shop waiting for his blind date. While waiting he’s posting his latest blog about how using a dating app has made it easy to meet women. On cue, his date, Abby (Desire Jansen), arrives and sits down with him. The two have that awkward exchange that sometimes happens when meeting someone for the first time. Too bad for Mike, it will get even more uncomfortable soon!   The two end up at Abby’s house, and Mike starts making his move on her. However, she quickly puts him in his place  before offering him a drink. The drink knocks him out, and he ends up strapped to table. With Mike struggling and trying to yel


A low-budget anthology film focuses on a young group of friends, gathered for a night of fun and drinks around a campfire. Every year they try to outdo themselves telling scary stories. Will they survive another round? One story showcasing 5 unique macabre tales to frighten audiences everywhere. Starring: Donna Brown, Justin Celani, Tim Christie, and Zach Etter Directed by: Ian Messenger Written by: Justin Celani, and Ian Messenger   From the title, "Fireside Tales," audiences might guess that this film involves some tales by a fire. A group of young adults are continuing their yearly tradition of telling some scary tales by a campfire. A couple of them try to top each other’s tales, as they continuously argue in between stories. Ultimately, it's up to the audience to decide which tale is the best.   The first story is called “Undertow," which takes place in the desert. A couple and their friend are hanging out before they're attacked by