Horror Film ‘Met@slash’ – How Many Horror References Can You Spot?

Sotiris Petridis sends word that his new short horror film, Met@slash, is now available for your viewing enjoyment! This self-referential short horror film contains more than 50 references to classic cinematic horror films. Nods to A Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream, Friday the 13th, Saw, The Shining, and The Blair Witch Project are just the tip of the iceberg.

You’ve gotta see it to believe it!


Met@slash Synopsis

The story takes place on Friday night where a teenage boy is home alone, scrolling through his social media. A killer is on the loose. Will he survive?

Sotiris Petridis and Dimitris Tsakaleas produced and directed the film. Nathan Baesel (Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon) stars! The film weaves a cautionary tale for the audience that warns of the dangers of the internet.

Check it out!

How fun! I spotted a ton of classic film references in there. I’m going to have to watch this thing another half dozen times and make a list, I think. There’s stuff in there everywhere!

For more information about the filmmakers and the film, check them out on Facebook.

What do you think? Did you enjoy Met@slash? How many classic horror references did YOU spot? Tell us in the comments!


About Kenn Hoekstra

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