Embedded below is the introductory video, but to watch the actual short films themselves, all you have to do is click on the title.
What Have You Done To Me?: A trailer for the fake sci-fi/horror hybrid I Was A Human Experiment which comes from another planet. It's got a chuckle or two nestled in its 92-second running time.
Scary Girl: Believe it or not, this video starts off with a brief clip of John Carpenter himself playing the Halloween theme on an organ, almost worth the price of admission alone. We follow Scary Girl actress Enid through the ups-and-downs of her career, from appearing on television (iCarly), horror films, and even a Sunny Delight commercial.
Twilight - Breaking Dawn Spoof: Not at all what you're expecting. I had to watch this one a few times to be sure that my browser didn't screw up. Sort of like a bizarre skit from the cancelled-too-early MTV series The State, with a cute little reference to Enter the Void that not everyone is going to catch.
Horror Masters - Cat Thrower: You know all those fake scares in horror movies caused by felines jumping through the air at the characters onscreen? That's the work of Clint Cornwall, Cat Thrower. Features real-life examples from horror flicks, and a genius Friday the 13th Part V joke.
1:00 On Cedar Lane: It's got a creative "villain" in it, but in truth it is neither scary nor funny. Die, please.
Clumsy Ghost: What if the ghost in Paranormal Activity wasn't really mean, just a bit of a klutz? This could have been a clever video, but at a mere 36 seconds, it never gets a chance to find its footing.
Haunted Slide: Slide aficionados be warned, that when you find a slide on a Native American Burial Playground, it can only lead you to one place. And that place is Satan's butthole. Dumb, pointless, and immature.
The Original Monster Mash: Did you know that the Monster Mash song we all know and love isn't the original version, but instead is a watered-down bastardization of Bobby Pickett's true artistic vision? For the first time anywhere, see the original music video. Crude, but oddly brilliant. Warning: NSFW. Not even a little bit.
Soblin the Finx: A trick-or-treater gets a surprise when he bumps into Soblin the Finx. Although it's not funny, there is definitely a certain charm to it, and would have benefited from a longer running time. I could easily see this concept being expanded into feature length and becoming an indie Halloween favorite.
Charlie Brown - Blockhead's Revenge: Ever wonder what the Peanuts kids would be like when they grew up? Marcy and Peppermint Patty are hot lesbians; Lucy finally seduces Schroeder; and Charlie Brown? He's a psychotic killer. Cool and clever every step of the way, this short even manages to give us the Peanuts theme by way of Halloween. Badassery is afoot.