Justin McConnell's semi-regular monthly short film festival, Little Terrors
, gets a comfy new home at the Carlton Cinema in Toronto. The series showcases the best in horror short-fimmaking to a city that seems to constantly hunger for genre, and is co-curated by some wise folks from Rue Morgue, Toronto After Dark and Raven-Banner Entertainment.
I'm rather excited that ScreenAnarchy's own bearded polymath, Omar "Swarez" Hauksson (graphic designer, musician, actor, collector or bleached cow-skulls and all around laid-back dude) has his short film Undying Love
, as a part of tonight's line-up. The film will go on to play in the Special Shorts Selection at Sitges
If you are in the city, this is something you will want to see on the big screen. As Zombie short films go, it's down right classy, and features Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, a brilliant actor who endures all sorts of punishment headlining Baltasar Kormákur's latest film The Deep, getting his head royally bashed in with a Louisville Slugger. And it's about love.
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