Delegates in attendance

Saturday, 3.20, 2:00pm
Monday, 3.22, 6:30pm

Enjoy this selection of the best comedy horror/science fiction short films we could dig up. If these don't make you laugh out loud - you're already dead!
 

Todd and the Book of Pure Evil
Craig D. Wallace

2003, Canada, 16 minutes
anthonyleo@sympatico.ca

A pimply high school MetalHead discovers a ancient tome (from the school library) that can summon the devil. So he (perhaps unwisely) decides to sell his soul for a cheerleader girlfriend and eternal coolness. Satan stalks the halls and evil rules the basketball court. Featured at the Toronto International Film Festival.
 

The Weight of the World
Brian Stockton

1994, Canada, 17 minutes
brian@brianstockton.com

Mysterious gravity quakes shake the earth and increase the force of gravity. Three apartment dwellers sluggishly cope with their heavily burdened lives. Admittedly this isn't really very horrific, unless you're flying in a plane when gravity triples. An oldie, but a goodie. Featured at the Locarno International Film Festival.
 

Roommate from Hell
Allan Piper

2004, USA, 12 minutes
AllanPiper@aol.com
World Premiere

3 Bed, 2 Bath, 1 Demon. Dave's a slob. Eric is a neat-freak. Tod is a demon from the Eighth Circle of Hell. One of these roommates will have to go. With special make-up effects by Gabe Bartalos (Skinned Deep).
 

The Human BEEing
Tony Shea
2001, USA, 45 minutes
www.piefightfilms.com

This award-winning homage to 1950s B-movies tells the terrifying tale of a greedy boss and a mad scientist who conspire to turn the office typing pool into a highly productive colony of worker bees. It will shock you, horrify you, and bleed you black and white with stark naked terror!