Saturday, 21 April 2012

Indie Horror Short “Microcinema” Scores Two More with Ronda Hatton Kudo and a Slot at Shock Stock Horror Convention

The hits keep coming for the Harvest Tide Productions first online and internationally self-distributed horror short independent film: “Microcinema”, written and directed by Harvest Tide Productions.
Starring Alex Lewis and Aurora Grabill, “Microcinema” is the story of Peter Martell: a highly educated, well-to-do young man with too much free time on his hands. He spends it watching snuff films. One day he makes the bold decision to cross the line from observer to participant.
Ready to go to work, he tracks his first victim into a haunted New England wood, where the boundary between participant and observer takes a different turn.

“Microcinema” recently won a fan-based 2012 Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award Honorable Mention for best Short Film.

In 2011, “Microcinema” scored on several best-of lists and gained momentum as a cult favorite and a hit with horror reviewers. 

Chris Conduit of The Conduit Speaks put "Microcinema" as the best horror short of the year giving it his Conduit Award.

"Microcinema” is now available on the film’s website for under .99 cents.
“The best horror for under a dollar.”

 What the critics are saying about “Microcinema” 

"This is a 6 minute experience genre fans owe themselves. It’s rare these days to find full length Hollywood feature films that feel fresh, let alone 6 minute shorts made on tiny budgets." - Life After Undeath Blog.

"The film is brave and unrelenting. It is a breath of fresh air to a lot of the common horror tricks that are being trotted out time and again.”-Alexandra West, Scare Tactics Blog.

"Skip Shea is an adept director with equal ability to write, his short film gets more across than most full length films.  4 out of 5 Stars" - The Bleeding Dead Film Reviews. 

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