Creepy Short Film: Slash-In-The-Box

Slash-In-The-Box from Nick Everhart on Vimeo.

by Nick Everhart
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IMDB PAGE (8.0 out of 10 stars):

Here’s what people are saying about Slash-In-The-Box:

“4 1/2 Stars. ” -Film Threat

“Slash-in-the-box is everything you expect only better.”

“A great and sharp horror film…” –

“A tremendous piece of work.” -Blind Mouse Entertainment

“Extremely clever and really makes every minute count. [Slash-In-The-Box] deserves some major attention.”

“Very badass, interesting, evil, cool, and fun.” -Gruesome Hertzogg (horror podcast)

“Horror Short Pick of the Week”

“In addition to the incredible cinematography, camera movement, and the lighting, this one also gives you one hell of a trick!”

“It contains everything a horror movie needs…”

“Very slick and very clever, this neat little jumper is oodling with festival potential.” -This Horror Is Your Face Blog

“As a horror fan, you should not miss this…”

“It’s almost like writer/director Nick Everhart is slamming his fist down on the table with a smirk here to prove he knows how to construct a classic slasher with an absurd killer.”

Official Selection – 2012 AMC Theatres Kansas City FilmFest
Official Selection – Chicago’s 2012 Indie Horror Film Festival
Official Selection – 2012 Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival
Nominated for Best Editing – 2011 London Super Shorts International Film Festival
Finalist (selected by Eli Roth) – 2011 Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights Short Film Contest


A new short horror film Written & Directed by Nick Everhart.

This film was shot in one day. Post production was completed in a week. The total budget was a mere $2000. Shot on the RED One MX camera with RED Pro Prime lenses.

Starring – Elizabeth Masucci and Tyler Hollinger
Produced by Nick Everhart, Laura J. Hill, Leigh Scott, Eliza Swenson
Production Coordinator – Travis Somerville
Wardrobe – Regina Amato
Makeup – Krystal Phillips
Director of Photography – Leigh Scott
1st Assistant Camera – Josh Therriault
Gaffer – Ross Neugeboren
Key Grip – Bob Blankemeier
Production Assistant – Catherine Chiocchi
Set Photographer – Drew Amato
Visual Effects and Poster Art by Laura J. Hill

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