Unable to stop a thief from stealing his father's modest nest egg, young Vincent grows up blaming himself for his parents' sudden suicide. Becoming a priest who operates a highway-based ministry with his ambivalent brother, Vincent's services include offering sage confessional advice to regular sinners while raining death on unrepentant thieves.
This marks the end of the past year (for Thirteenth Floor anyway) and with that, a look back at all the stuff we did, watched, loved, and hated in 2018. It was a phenomenal year for horror, and for the site. New writers, new endeavors, and lots of making friends—there’s a whole lot to cover with this one. So grab a chair, or a couch, or don’t, and read on what your Thirteenth Floor co-founders had to say about it all.
Whether its the summoning of demons, the misuse of satanic power (can satanic power be misused?), or stabbing your way to the top of the organized crime ladder—humor, violence, and cautionary subtext remain the underlying foundation to his successful trio of shorts
Leonardo gets a job as a fumigator pilot in the soybean fields and moves with his family to the countryside. When he starts working, he discovers a dark secret that will put him and his family in danger.
Sargad director Sarah Giercksky brings you ‘Create Your Killer’. A humorous, gory celebration of both video games and slasher films from the 80's, with a few horror icons from the 70's thrown in for good measure!
Details are still scarce, but Sargad writer and lead actress Sarah Giercksky is teaming up with her Bitches of Horror partner-in-crime Jasmine Martinez to deliver a playful little spook themed with 80’s nostalgia, video games, and of course, gore.
Who’s Watching Oliver, the heartbreaking and totally disturbing psychodrama about the abusive relationship between a mother and her son, is available on Amazon Prime, free for members (you can watch it below).
Well, we’ve got another soul-staining addition to the list, ready to be released for your viewing “pleasure” this October 23rd. Lucio A. Rojas’ delightfully provocative TRAUMA, coming by way of Artsploitation films