Sunday Scares: “Girls Night”

Today’s Sunday Scares feature proves it’s not all fun and games on girls night…

Girls Night” is a short horror film that takes place in Halloween. Three girlfriends stay home for a slumber party that goes bloody wrong. Literally.

Starring: Alice Nazaré, Liliana Garcia, and Marina De Sousa

Written and directed:David Teixeira

Girls Night” has hit the festival circuit and won some great awards…

-Winner: Best Indie Horror Short at Irish International Film Festival

-Runner Up: Best Horror Short at Out of the Can Film Festival

-Semi-Finalist: Best Horror at Los Angeles Cine Fest

-Honorable Mention: at London X4 Seasonal Short

And the positive reviews keep rolling in…

Girls Night serves as a great template to build a series of exploration into different narratives. Teixeira can develop a franchise with ease based on the content provided.” – DECAYMAG.COM

Girls Night has the goods to provide frights to many a slumber party attendee for quite a while.” – DREADCENTRAL

“The score is effective, the three main characters are colorful and engaging, and the central antagonist, in creepy mask and blonde wig, has an eerie menacing quality that makes this short worth a look.” – gourmet horror

“Think The Strangers meets Scream.” – ScareTissue

“What’s impressive about Teixeira’s direction is that it’s simple, but highly effective. He uses the atmosphere of the house to submit a sense of isolation.” – Slaughtered Bird

Now it’s time for your opinion!


Want to know more? Check out these interviews with director David Teixeira, and the cast:

Decay Mag Interview with Davide Teixeira

Decay Mag Interview with the cast of “Girls Night”

That’s right! “Girls Night 2” is in the works! Stay updated by “Liking” its Facebook page, and following David Teixeira on Twitter and Instagram!

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