A collection of premieres of Canadian genre shorts that look on the lighter side of horror.

  • 90 minutes
  • A collection of premieres of Canadian genre shorts that look on the lighter side of horror.

    THE VIDEO STORE COMMERCIAL (Dirs. Cody Kennedy and Tim Rutherford) (4.10 mins)
    A desperate video store owner hires a crew to shoot a commercial in his shop. But when they accidentally destroy a cursed VHS, suddenly, all their lives are in danger.- and worse yet, the commercial may never get finished.

    NOW IS THE PRINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT (Dir. Michael Peeling) (10:25 mins)
    After experiencing a series of unsettling events, a couple begins to fear that an evil printer may be at the centre of their paranoia.

    VIDEO VENGENCE (Dirs.Nada Cosovic) (5:57 mins)
    Two "cool girl" video rental shop employees make the best of the graveyard shift when an obnoxious customer shows face.

    LONG PIG (Dir. Nikolas Benn) (7:07 mins)
    An ex-con lands an interview for a respectable well paid job, but soon realizes the position is neither respectable, negotiable, or easily digestible.

    BE GOOD (Dir. Anik Jean) (12:28 mins)
    Nathan is a 6 years old kid like most kids of his age with a lot of imagination. He loves to dress-up and be in a character of monsters, zombies, vampires, super hero. He would prefer to play with someone of his age, a friend than to play with his imagination. but who? the new babysitter might be the one.

    DOCKING (Dir. Trevor Anderson) (5:00)
    Trevor reflects on his fear of dating.

    DON'T SNEEZE (Dir. Ryan LaPlante) (2:06 mins)
    Brian, a guy enjoying some "alone time"sneezes at an inopportune moment and is shocked by the consequences.

    ONE LAST LAST HEIST (Dir. Darrin Rose) (11:36 mins)
    An armed robber sets up his heartbroken buddy on a meet cute - during a heist.

    THE TRAINEE (Dir. Ryan Couldrey) (7:15 mins)
    A gritty anti-hero's interrogation of a criminal mastermind is derailed when her naive sidekick arrives on the scene.

    ASKING FOR A FRIEND (Dir. Kelsey Bollig) (25:04 mins)
    Blake and Q are childhood best friends, roommates, and well - soulmates. After a long day trying to maintain her #girlboss status at work, Blake's one-track mind is solely set on the nachos Q has promised to make for dinner. In addition to the nachos, however, Q has also unexpectedly managed to kill someone in their apartment. Through a series of heavily graphic and hilarious situations, the girls tap into their inner serial killers and decide to handle the body themselves. Their naivete and inexperience leads to a weekend full of accidental drugs, Saran Wrap, and body that, for whatever reason, will not stop bleeding. So hypothetically speaking - how do you get rid of a body? Asking for a friend.

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About Blood In The Snow Film Festival

The Blood in the Snow Film Festival is a unique and imaginative showcase of contemporary Canadian horror, genre, and underground cinema, that exists to challenge social boundaries, explore artistic taboos, and support and exhibit independent Canadian genre media artists.