Award Winning Horror Film Has a New Home This Halloween

Go Social Film digital magazine hosts some of the best horror shorts and filmmaker interviews to celebrate Halloween 2013.

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Go Social Film Magazine Halloween Special Issue

Everybody loves a good laugh while they’re being scared to death. The films in this issue will make you laugh as well as thrill and chill you.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 25, 2013

Go Social Film Magazine is celebrating Halloween 2013 with a lineup of award-winning international horror short films and exclusive interviews with their creators. Each monthly issue of the digital magazine features short films streamed to readers in their entirety, along with in-depth filmmaker interviews exploring the production backstory of each film. This month’s issue of Go Social Film focuses on the horror genre with an emphasis on comedy.

Films selected for the annual Halloween issue include Sitges Film Festival nominee for Best Short Film, “Game” directed by Josh MacDonald, “The Sleepover” from Chris Cullari and Jennifer Raite, and Bill Palmer’s “Vicki”, an homage to John Carpenter’s “Christine” which screened at Toronto After Dark and Screamfest LA Festivals.

Over the top gore and special FX are represented in the line up with the internet sensation, “Fist of Jesus” from directors Adrián Cardona and David Muñoz - a micro budget zombie film of biblical proportions. The film garnered 1.3 million views on YouTube as well as winning horror festival awards around the world.

Jesse Blanchard talks to the magazine about his 3D film “Shine”, a barbershop horror movie featuring puppets and filmed using Blanchard’s own 3D camera system, called the Robert Rig 3D.

“What Go Social Film Magazine is doing for independent filmmakers is fantastic. Not only are they bringing attention to great films, they are displaying the context, challenges, and reasons the films were made as well... I can't wait to see the other scary shorts people have cooked up." -Jesse Blanchard, Director “Shine”

Go Social Film also interview Jerome Sable and Eli Batalion, creators of the groundbreaking horror musical, "The Legend of Beaver Dam”, winner of the Sundance Short Filmmaking Award Honorable Mention 2011, and the upcoming feature film “Stage Fright” starring Minnie Driver and Meat Loaf.

“Horror and Comedy are a perfect film combination. Everybody loves a good laugh while they’re being scared to death. The films in this issue will make you laugh as well as thrill and chill you.” -Jason Rogan, Artistic Director, Go Social Film Magazine

The horror films shorts featured in the Halloween 2013 issue of Go Social Film are:

“The Sleepover”
Directors Chris Cullari and Jennifer Raite, USA
The town of Derry has a secret, but no one told the new kid. It's gonna be a long night.

“Game”
Director Josh MacDonald, Canada
GAME... Hunting Season is Now Open.

“Vicki”
Director Bill Palmer, USA
She runs hot. She moves fast. She's one hell of a ride.

“Shine”
Director Jesse Blanchard, USA
A barbershop quartet sings for their lives

“Fist of Jesus”
Directors Adrián Cardona and David Muñoz, Spain
Jesus is always willing to lend a hand to those in need, but there are others... that will taste his fist.

“The Legend of Beaver Dam” - Interview
Director Jerome Sable and Writer Eli Batalion, USA
When a ghost story around the campfire awakens an evil monster, it's up to nerdy Danny Zigwitz to be the hero and save his fellow campers from a bloody massacre.

Go Social Film Magazine is "iPhone, iPad and Android Ready" and available worldwide for free download from the iTunes Store http://www.iPadFilmMag.com, and Google Play http://www.iPadFilmMag-Android.com.

About Go Social Film Magazine:
A unique combination of digital magazine and short film distribution platform, Go Social Film provides an immersive film viewing experience to its mobile audience on the iPad, iPhone, and Android mobile devices. Each month, readers are treated to a selection of short films streamed directly to their mobile devices, along with filmmaker interviews and behind the scenes material revealing how the films were made; all from within the pages of magazine.

“Bringing You The Best Short Films From Around The World, Straight To Your iPad, iPhone and Android device” Go Social Film Magazine is published by Go Social LLC. Go Social Film Magazine’s mission is to seek out talented international filmmakers with unique and compelling short films, and bring them to a global audience via the iPad, iPhone and Android mobile devices.

About Go Social LLC:
Go Social LLC is a San Francisco based publishing and social media marketing company with partners in New York and Amsterdam, The Netherlands. For more information contact Nadzeya Huselnikava at nadzeya at gosocialfilm dot com or visit their website at http://www.GoSocialFilmMagazine.com.


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