Who doesn’t love an anthology, especially horror anthologies. They offer us short, impactful films that are but a taste of the talent behind them. “Late Night Fright” is the latest anthology currently in the works. The collection of short films is created with the concept of being a VHS bootleg of late night TV broadcast, featuring several gritty, gory, and outlandish films, each helmed by a different director.
Films featuring possessions, serial killings, VHS druggies, and massive amounts of gore flood the TV screen on a bootlegged TV broadcast, while a young boy tries to hold on to his love of SOV flicks after running afoul of his domineering father.
“Late Night Fright” brings together indie Directors Joshua Bruce, Drew Poulos, K.k. Reaper, Paul Long Jr, Romain Plourde, with stories written by Joshua Bruce, Drew Poulos, K.k Reaper, Paul Long Jr. The anthology is being produced by Blood Flood, Keith Klaw/Z.K.L., TooBloodyForTv, and Betamax Studio. Head over to the film’s Facebook page to keep up with the latest details on this project.