Horror Short Films
Due to a COVID-19 infection, a couple seeks refuge at a shabby motel. As the night progresses, strange and chilling happenings occur – and they soon realise there’s more to it than meets the eye.Watch TRAPPED by Singaporean filmmaker, Kelvin Tong.Find out more here: https://income.sg/TrappedHorrorFilmThis is in collaboration with Income Insurance.
Trailer!: Ep 2 - The Resale
Angela and Patrick, a young soon-to-be-married couple finally found their dream home after a year of searching. Excited and relieved, they move in after a month of minimal renovation. Over the first few days, Angela starts experiencing various paranormal activities that makes her question if the couple is really alone in the house. Terrified, the couple slowly discover that their flat is haunted by 3 other ghosts, a multi-racial haunting situation. They investigate and try to help the ghosts cross over, as they vow to each other that nothing will make them give up their dream home.
Aisha, a young seamstress, is pregnant out of wedlock. When she tells the news to her conservative grandfather, he turns violent. He attempts to harm Aisha but is interrupted when a Pontianak appears, terrorizing them. The duo try to vanquish the Pontianak but ultimately fail. To save her grandfather, Aisha offers herself up as a sacrifice to the Pontianak. However, the Pontianak is there for more than just her...
Myth or fact? Some believe and some don't. This belief has been around for generations even only few who believe in it. During vacation, Kelvin became a victim of his own deeds. He was told by his friends to stay away from a wild tree, but he didn't listen. The next day, his friends are gone missing until he found out their dead bodies.
Sketches of human bodies adorn Andrew Pillai’s art studio. Once a glorified artist, he sits alone in his studio. Living paycheck-to-paycheck, Andrew discovers a new charcoal artist named Marissa who seems to be gaining traction fast. Andrew’s jealousy turns to admiration when he notices her skills and abilities at such a young age. Marissa too admits that she always admired his work.Their relationship begins to take a darker turn when Marissa invites Andrew to her house. There, Andrew begins to delve into an old Asian ritualistic practice, which later unearths questions of his morals. What is he willing to sacrifice for his craft?