Toronto can get their fix of holiday horror shorts on Tuesday, December 17th, 9pm when Little Terrors returns to Eyesore Cinema with its 71st event, Christmas Carnage. Included in the line-up are brand new holiday shorts “The Snowglobe”, “We Three Queens” and “Mad Santa”, as well as our annual traditional presentation of Jason Eisener’s “Treevenge”. Those in attendance will also have the chance to go home with holiday gift bags full of free Blu-rays and DVDs courtesy of Raven Banner, Indiecan and Unstable Ground. Advance tickets are available here.
Check out the full line-up below:
Mad Santa (7 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Bruce Blain
Santa has some people tied up, and is going to find out who is naughty or nice.
Re-Home (8 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Izzy Lee
In the near future, the US-Mexico border wall has been completed and the high cost of living has skyrocketed. As a result, loved ones are re-homed like pets. From LT-alumnus director Lee (Rites of Vengeance, My Monster), starring Gigi Saul Guerrero (director of Culture Shock and El Gigante).
Whiteout (12 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Lance Edmands
A couple encounters a strange old man wandering in a snowstorm, and must decide if they will help or if he has sinister intentions.
Cul-De-Sac (5 minutes, premiere)
DIR: Jarvis Alston
Two men hatch a deadly plan to obtain fame.
La Noria (13 minutes)
DIR: Carlos Baena
A young boy encounters strange creatures that turn his life upside down. From Pixar animator Baena, previous selection of Toronto After Dark.
Treevenge (15 minutes)
DIR: Jason Eisener
A holiday cult-classic in the making, this is required Xmas viewing! The director of ‘Hobo with a Shotgun’ delivers his own holiday twist on a revenge tale. Nobody is safe! Award-winning previous selection of too many film festivals to count. Showing this has become an annual Little Terrors Xmas tradition!
We Three Queens (9 minutes)
DIR: Chris Agoston
Going to unconventional lengths, a woman attempts to convince an all-star carolling team to let her join. Twisted previous selection of Toronto After Dark.
Best Friends Forever (BFF) (13 minutes)
DIR: Emily Gagne, Josh Korngut
A group of teens tell a scary legend, only to realize the story may be real. Previous selection of Toronto After Dark.
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