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George James Fraser’s ‘Last Night’- Short Film Review

Last Night

I believe the expectations of bachelor parties are not only wild but can be over the top sometimes. No one really discusses their counterpart, bachelorette parties. Let me tell you, ladies know how to party, perhaps even a little more than men do. George James Fraser’s short film Last Night …

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George James Fraser’s ‘Scaring Sheri,’ First Short In The ‘United States Of Horror’ Series: First Stop New Hampshire

George James Fraser (read our interview with him here) is back in the director’s chair for his latest film, Scaring Sheri. After delivering several shorts, including the wicked tale of a taunted ballerina with Balletomane (2019) and the seductive nature of Salt and Iron (2019 – read our review here), …

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‘Salt and Iron’ (2018) Horror Short Review

salt and iron

I’ve known My Little Miracle‘s George James Fraser for quite awhile now, and one sure thing I can say about him is that he has a brilliantly unique style and vision. That’s why I was I pretty interested in checking out his new horror short, Salt and Iron. His newest …

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Happenstance (2016 Short Film) – Movie Review

Horror shorts are becoming some of my favorite things to watch. To tell a story, one that will grab the audience’s attention in only a brief amount a time, shows true talent. Ones that surprise me are even better, which can most definitely be said about the 2016 short film, Happenstance. …

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