Horror Short ‘Invaders’ Brings Laughs and Buckets o’ Carnage to the Table This Thanksgiving

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I’ve often wondered exactly what horror movie villains do in their off-time. Does Michael Myers lose himself in the big brother program? Does Jason take choreographed swim at the Y? With villains focusing so much on one house or one person or one holiday, it makes you wonder exactly what goes in the days, hours and minutes approaching their “go-time”. Horror short ‘Invaders’ featuring Jordan Woods-Robinson and Ricky Wayne seek to give us a little insight into the minds of a couple of would be horror slashers. These slashers, however, might need a little more cross-training in the off-season. Regardless, Vimeo has deemed this a staff pick, which I guess is sorta, kinda a big deal. Directed by Jason Kupfer. Enjoy!

Invaders from Jason Kupfer on Vimeo.


Website – invadersfilm.com
Facebook – facebook.com/invadersthemovie
Twitter – twitter.com/tweetinvaders
Director Website – jasonkupfer.com
Director Facebook – facebook.com/schmacebook
Director Twitter – twitter.com/jasonkupfer

Written and Directed by – Jason Kupfer
Produced by – Tighe Arnold
Cinematography – Marco Cordero

Driver – Jordan Woods-Robinson
Passenger – Ricky Wayne
Dad – Larry Bukovey

Awards –
Runner-up Best Horror Short – Fantastic Fest
Best of Fest – Scream in the Dark Film Festival
Audience Award – Gold – Toronto After Dark Film Festival
Audience Award – Best International Short Film – Fantaspoa Fantastic Film Festival
Audience Award – Best Short Film – Knoxville Horror Film Festival
Audience Choice Award – Spooky Empire
Judge’s Choice – East Bay Express Scream
Best Director – Atlanta Horror Film Festival
Best Actor – Ricky Wayne – Twisted Horror Picture Show
Best Horror – Lancaster International Film Festival
Best Horror Comedy – Atlanta Underground Film Festival
Platinum Award – Spotlight Film Awards
Freakin Funny Award – Freeky Creek Film Festival



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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of Horror-Fix.com, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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