Stage 13, the digital content brand, part of Warner Bros. Digital Networks, and Verizon’s mobile entertainment destination go90 will premiere the psychological horror anthology series “Two Sentence Horror Stories”. “Two Sentence Horror Stories” marks Stage 13’s second series to launch on go90.
The critically acclaimed “Two Sentence Horror Stories” has played at major film festivals, including Tribeca Film Festival, LA Film Festival, Outfest, SeriesFest and Fantastic Fest and won the FOX Inclusion Award at this year’s Outfest.
Created by writer/director/producer Vera Miao (“Best Friends Forever”), the series’ episodes each has its own director: Miao and acclaimed horror directors Danny Perez (“Antibirth”), JD Dillard (“Sleight” and upcoming “Sweetheart”) and Ryan Spindell (“The Babysitter Murders”).
Each episode is inspired by its own horror story told in two sentences and uses the genre as of way to weave in social horror and a range of contemporary issues including racism, LGBTQ, cyber-bullying and the pursuit of beauty.
The five-episode series will be available on go90.com, part of Verizon’s global media portfolio of video content and platforms with a new episode available every Tuesday starting on October 3rd. “Two Sentence Horror Stories” episodes will premiere every Tuesday.
Check back here at HorrorFatale for our thoughts about this daring new series later this week.