‘Bite Size Horror’ Returns, Rebranded As ‘Bite Size Halloween’

by Rob Caprilozzi

Just in time for Halloween, 20th Digital Studio will premiere a series of 30 diverse, genre-bending short films with Bite Size Halloween.  Formerly Fox Digital Studio, 20th Digital’s short film series then-titled Bite Size Horror was released during the 2017 Halloween season and aired on broadcast and online.

Created by up-and-coming filmmakers, these new films will screen across digital and broadcast platforms Freeform, FX, and Hulu’s Huluween platform hub and YouTube channel.

Some familiar faces will be involved in these films including Charlie Barnett (Russian Doll), Hari Nef (You, Transparent) and Dalmar Abuzeid (Degrassi: The Next Generation).

Behind the camera will feature a variety of writers and directors including Naledi Jackson (Anne with an E), Aislinn Clarke (The Devil’s Doorway), John McPhail (Anna and the Apocalypse), Matthew Irving Epstein (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist), and Sofia Alaoui (So What if the Goats Die?).

David Worthen Brooks, EVP of 20th Digital Studio, says, “20th Digital Studio and the Bite Size series provide a platform for emerging storytellers and give them the resources needed to realize their vision.  Each short episode can also act as a low risk proof-of-concept for a feature version of the short, providing the filmmaker concrete steps toward their larger ambition.  This energy and excitement in short form horror provides a global arena for a community of diverse filmmakers.”

Stay tuned to Horror News Network for more on Bite Size Halloween.

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