A babysitter wants nothing more than to watch TV as the the child she is caring for sleeps upstairs. Her evening’s enjoyment is spoiled by the child insisting that she tells bedtime stories to him and his teddy – or there will be dire consequences. Annoyed by this, the babysitter tells the child three horror stories in order to silence him…
“Don’t Open The Door”, directed by Dan Brownlie, is tale of suspense and psychological terror, about a dysfunctional couple who are struggling to keep it together. It’s a creepy, old school ghost story, in the tradition of such tales as “The Monkey’s Paw”, relying on tension to keep the audience hooked right through to its shocking conclusion.
“Born From Raw Emotion” (working title), directed by David V G Davies, explores how jealousy, paranoia and obsession can not only be destructive, but take on a life of their own. The film begins as a psychological horror before mutating into a full-blown creature feature, complete with a terrifying monster that will haunt your nightmares.
“The Time Traveller’s Knife”, directed by Andy Edwards, is a homage to the slasher movies of the 70s and 80s. Featuring attractive young girls in peril, and a mysterious killer, the film delivers all the thrills you’d expect – with a unique time travel twist.
And, as in classic anthologies, the narrative story “Two’s Company” also has a sting in it’s tail.
Release Date: 2012
Directors: Dan Brownlie, David V G Davies, Andy Edwards
Authors: Dan Brownlie, David V G Davies, Andy Edwards, Suzi Lorraine
Louie Russo Brownlie
David V.G. Davies