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The genre fiends behind Toronto’s Little Terrors are at it again, adding another anthology film to a series that kicked off with the horror-centric Minutes Past Midnight. The new collection is called Galaxy of Horrors, and there’s a strong science fiction element in all of the shorts. Check out the trailer below.
College Humor’s “How to Make a Human Pot Pie” has a very simple conceit: what would a cooking show in the land of Jack and the Beanstalk-style giants look like? It’s also a masterclass in how easy it is to cross the funny/horrifying line.
“The Lighthouse” is a short with no dialogue and a masterful use of light and shading that tells the story of a solitary lighthouse keeper who discovers the ability to manipulate matter that ends up transporting him somewhere brand new.
Coming with Moana is a short called “Inner Workings,” which makes the battle between instinct and thoughtfulness literal by showing our internal organs having faces and very different agendas.
“Eñvor” is a short by Leïla Courtillon that not only has some really lovely animation, but some of the best uses of sound I’ve ever seen in a short.
There are a lot of strong opinions on shorts out there, but one thing is certain, if you do invest in a pair, they need to be versatile and fit well. The Myles Everyday Short easily achieves both these objectives, and with code KINJA20 you can get a pair for $51 shipped- their lowest price ever. Choose navy, black, or…
“Centopeia” is a weird—in the best way—little short about a famous singer who accidentally ends up become the voice and face of a revolution... and then in the hands of the dictator. Whoops.
A junior high or high school dance is hard enough without stress causing you to literally disappear. That’s the premise of “Invisible,” a short film by Michael Trikosko and Andrew Wilson.
In a bar in 1910 France, a fight predictably breaks out between different artists. Of course, since this is an animated short, it’s an art fight. A beautiful, beautiful art fight.
Khyan Mansley’s “The Ministry” is a short film all about the saddest sack of a writer, Henry, who has only ever published one novel. Once he discovers a cult that reveres his work as the coded words of god, things get a little weird.
There’s a lot in Heather Jack’s “Let’s Not Panic” that we’ve seen before, but it’s been arranged in such a fun way that it does not matter.
What, you haven’t seen a fuzzy, stop-motion animation story about a man’s struggle with cannibalism told backwards through time before?
Losing your job sucks. Losing your job when you live on the Red Planet could really, really suck. This short imagines what it might be like.
In addition to having an amazing premise, this short from Naleb is downright beautiful to look at. And at a minute long, “Vestiges” in no way wears out its welcome.
Poor Captain Phasma, the Boba Fett of The Force Awakens. But where the movie itself failed to live up to Phasma’s incredible hype, this new goofy short from Lego at least gives her a bit more to do.
Any longer than it is, and “Death Loves Life” would be just a bit too twee. But at under four minutes, the love between these personifications of life and death is just sweet.
What’s a peaceful alien to do on a planet full of people intent on killing each other? Hide. For decades and decades.
This is the face of a man who has just realized he’s doomed the human race.
Remember Marvel’s “One-Shot” bonus shorts? They used to be included in the home release of Marvel movies, and gave us things like post-Avengers weirdness, the best of pre-Agents of SHIELD Coulson, as well as our first look at Agent Carter. Marvel stopped doing them, but it looks like they might be returning to the…