FEED

THERE’S SOMETHING ON TELEVISION…

After turning on her television, a young woman fears she may not be home alone.

Starring:

Noelle Filippone, Braian Rivera Jimenez, Julia Muller, and Alexis Clayton

Written and Directed by: 

Will Lee

Produced by: 

Ian Hedman

Honorable Mention: Horror – Los Angles Film Awards 2020
Best Horror Short: Hollywood Just4Shorts March 2020
Award of Merit: Web Tube Length Video – The IndieFEST Film Awards 2020
Honorable Mention: Narrative Film – Festigious International Film Festival LA 2020
Honorable Mention: Sound Design – Indie Short Fest 2020
Outstanding Achievement: Special FX – Indie Short Fest 2020
Bronze Award: Best Special FX – Independent Short Awards 2020
Honorable Mention: Best Sound Design – Independent Shorts Awards 2020
Best Female Actor: Noelle Filippone – Frostbite International Indie Fest 2020
Best Special Effects: Frostbite International Indie Fest 2020

Review:

“The film itself is perfect, plucked directly from Plato’s realm of forms. It is a masterclass in modern horror. It may be generic, but each key element is flawless. It is genuinely creepy, the creature is scary as hell, and the editing and score come together like virgins and sacrifices. The actors were wonderful and each second of each scene has a purpose. I was on the edge of my seat from start to finish and that is exactly what a short film should do. It creeped me out, which hasn’t happened in a good while…” – Nevermore Horror

Watch the film right now and see for yourself…

More About the Film:

FEED is a film born out of a simple goal: to create a classic horror moment as best we could. We felt drawn to slashers and creature features that had those iconic opening scenes where you catch a glimpse of what’s to come. Aesthetics and themes from movies like The Ring (2002) and Pulse (2001) were huge influences. We wanted to capture the dread of the paranormal while staying rooted in a single location.

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