1minutenightmare

Published on Tuesday, January 6, 2015
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Got a minute? Want to use it to watch a horror film? Sixty seconds is all it takes, as the following press release explains: “Give them pleasure – the same pleasure they have when they wake up from a nightmare…” – Alfred Hitchcock

SuperfreakMedia’s award-winning new web series is set to begin its second wave of terror with titles confirmed through to March. Gaining awards and popularity both locally and internationally, the #1minutenightmare web series is injecting a minute of terror into your everyday wherever you are.

Whether you’re at work, on the go, or simply looking for something to watch at home, the collection of snappy shorts released so far offers a new slice of horror each month.

Starting big with Night Light, SuperfreakMedia made you scared to look under the bed or turn off the light. Tackling the occult, Burning Man brought a sinister take to the traditional Bonfire Night celebrations in the UK each November. Wrapping up the year with a shocking body horror, the latest release, Get Wet, is still making waves, proving Christmas is certainly the deadliest time of the year.

Series creator Liam Banks has been a fan of the horror genre since he can remember. “The likes of Creepshow, Tales from the Darkside, and even the Goosebumps books kept me entertained with short horror stories from an early age. #1minutenightmares are a way to recapture that silly childlike sense of fear all us horror fans have experienced growing up. What scared us were ‘moments’ from these classic films and books, and the #1minutenightmare series hopes to pack each second with a scare and leave you haunted month to month. Ultimately we are creating an anthology that spans a year to form a film comprised of 12 micro stories. The response has been fantastic so far, and the continued support and new viewers we are gaining are keeping us motivated to keep on scaring!”

Watch the other films here –

https://www.youtube.com/user/superfreaktelevision/videos

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