Almost every month since July 2011, I’ve been running a monthly short film festival in Toronto called LITTLE TERRORS, which is co-promoted by RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE. In that time I’ve played over 200 genre shorts from all over the world, including a huge number of premieres. Part hobby, part mission, and a little bit business, the series is now in it’s third year, and shows no signs of slowing down. Our next local Toronto event is on ‘Devil’s Night’, October 30th, and will be another great line-up of horror-themed goodness. If in the area, make sure you come out to Carlton Cinema and see for yourself.
However, I’m aware that many people don’t live close to Toronto, so when the good folks at Biff Bam Pop asked me to do a couple of articles for their 31 Days of Horror, I jumped at the opportunity. Consider this a ‘Little Terrors – Home Edition’. Here is a list of 10 shorts, taken from past programs, which you can play right now using the magic of the internet. So lock your doors, make some popcorn, turn down the lights, sit back, and enjoy.