Women in Horror Film Festival Presents International Short Films Block

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Beginning October 4, 2018, filmmakers from across the globe will converge on Peachtree City, Georgia to take part in the 2nd Annual Women in Horror Film Festival. The festival, a celebration of women’s contributions to genre filmmaking, will present some of the best and brightest talents in the indie scene with special guests throughout the four day festival.

One of the highlights of this year’s gathering will be the International Short Films Block, scheduled to start at 6:15 pm on Friday, October 5, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Peachtree City. Tickets for the Women in Horror Film Festival are on sale now, and can be purchased online.

The block is comprised of six films. Take a look at the terrifying lineup below!


Written and directed by Nicole Goode and starring Eva Larvoire and Nathan H. Davies, Supine tells the story of a taxidermist named Sylvie (Larvoire) who enjoys her solitary life in the mountains of France. That life is interrupted, however, when an American hiker named Oz (Davies) stumbles into her life, and she must decide how he fits into her quiet world.


Devórame, a new film by Helena Aguilera hails from Mexico. Late at night, two policemen attack the owner of a local restaurant. Her sister steps in, however, and soon the secret ingredient of their sandwiches is revealed. It’s to die for!


Irish filmmaker Kate Dolan’s Catcalls finds a man taking a late night drive. He stops to ask two young ladies directions only to flash them and drive away when they step close to his car. What he doesn’t know is just how deadly these two women really are. He’s about to find out, though!

The Whistler

Hailing from Canada, Jennifer Nicole Stang’s The Whistler centers on a girl named Lindsey who’s forced to babysit her baby sister Becky. She falls asleep and discovers upon waking that Becky has been taken and she might be next.


Set in Mustang, Nepal, Eelum Dixit’s Kichkandi tells the story of an American celebrity who pays the consequences for straying from the righteous path.

Hunting Season

Things get strange for Callie, a late night convenience store clerk, in Shannon Kohli’s Hunting Season. A strange animal is on the loose, killing indiscriminately, it seems. Circumstances get strange when Callie finds herself cornered by the beast, however, and she discovers it is so much more than she had imagined.

For more information on the Women in Horror Film Festival, check out their official website and follow them on Facebook!

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Waylon Jordan is a lifelong fan of genre fiction and film especially those with a supernatural element. He firmly believes that horror reflects collective fears of society and can be used as a tool for social change.