A homicidal shopping trolley might not seem like the most promising horror premise, and in the hands of a lesser filmmaker it probably wouldn’t amount to much, but in KILLER KART writer/director James Feeney has crafted a mini-masterpiece. With a witty script, inventive direction and some fine performances, Feeney’s multi-award-winning short film is a pitch-perfect example of tongue-in-cheek comedy horror. Think EVIL DEAD 2 meets JAWS meets Tesco. How can you resist?
‘The shopping cart. Four wheels, one basket, and tonight, for the closing crew of a small-town grocery store, a blood-splattered aluminum nightmare.’