Grow is a short film that’s all about the premise: What if you had to buy oxygen to stay alive?
Sumer is an award-winning short film which takes place in a future where all life has perished, and a few humans scrabble for survival in the last city in the world: SUMER.
When a young man tries to propose on a dock, he ends up losing the engagement ring to the drink. Fortunately, he finds a friendly octopus willing to help him find it. Unfortunately, the ring has found its way into a wicked shark’s kingdom.
The 2014 Saxxy Award winners were announced today. Here's one of my favorite action shorts, uploaded by Callegos Yavolitak, though you can take a look at the finalists for the machinima competition held by Valve (and overall winner) here.
It's clear that a lot of work and a lot of love went into this creepy eight-minute Spawn fan film. When a former witch and her son go into a grocery store, he has just the sort of encounter his mother had hoped to protect him from.
The animated short film Last Breath plays like a fever dream—or really, more like a nightmare. In a city run by a corporate mascot, one man realizes that he has become a social outcast because he's one of the few humans who still breathes.
The Academy of Art University in San Francisco got together with the folks at 2K to give students a chance to create animated short films set in the Borderlands universe. The result is three funny little bits of animation, suitable for stealth marketing.
Batman: The Animated Series co-creator Bruce Timm delivers a brand new Batman short in honor of the hero's 75th anniversary. Styled as a 1930s pulp, it follows Batman to the lair of Hugo Strange.
Benjen Stark, brother of Ned Stark, is one of the more interesting characters you meet early in Game of Thrones. Then...he's gone. But today, he's back!
Reader James made this short called Young Wonder, which has made it into the Toronto International Film Festival. He seems surprised it got in, but come on dude. It's awesome.
Turtles! What a turn on, AMIRITE? Well, someone seems to think so because Japanese filmmakers have made a porno love story about the mighty mating rituals of the Kappas! Plus, a first look at the burning post-apocalyptic film Hell.