Splatterday Special: The Dial Tone of Doom [Short]



Welcome to Day 13 of Trainwreck’d Society’s Annual Month of Horror Showcase! We have a fully loaded month of all things horror for you fine folks! October is our favorite month for this very reason, and we are so excited to share 31 full days of film showcases and interviews with some of the finest folks from the world of horror, just as we have been doing for the last 5 years. What started as a simple 5 day showcase, has now blossomed into a full blown month long event. You’re going to love this! Enjoy!

 

Oh hot damn do we have something special for you fine Folks today! We have been talking about a project from our friends Michael J. Epstein and Sophia Cacciola, who have been a mainstay in our Month of Horror showcase not only this year, but several years prior. That film is Clickbait. And I promise we are going to talk about soon. Very soon. Alright, it’s tomorrow. But, before we get to the future, let’s talk about the NOW! It turns out, our dear friends MJE & Sophia C have yet ANOTHER project that is currently available now that you should all know and love. But, I have to make it clear…Do it now!

The Dial Tone of Doom is an absolutely brilliant short horror film written & directed by Epstein, and stars the ever-wonderful Cacciola. It also happens to be a part of a truly incredible anthology series that I was previously unaware of until this film, but you can bet your bottom blood soaked dollar that I will be paying attention to it from now on. As previously stated, this is an anthology series that is currently available on YouTube. Which means, they episodes will “air” and be available for one week, and then they will disappear. But not forever! A DVD release will include The Dial Tone of Doom and the rest of the anthology that is sure to be fantastic!

But for now, check out the provided link to this amazing short film that you are absolutely going to love. I don’t want to spoil too much of the film, but it is suffice to say that it is a brilliant satirical look at the technological world in which we live in today, and that even those who attempt to deny said technology is still susceptible to the darker forces of nature. There is no winning in this dark, twisted world. Which is very cool, and brilliantly displayed here in The Dial Tone of Doom. Enjoy!

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