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Become enticed by the evil of the ‘Succubus’ in new short film!

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We received information on a new short horror film entitled Succubus. This Danish film is directed by actor Kim Sønderholm (Sinister Visions, Zombie Ed) and makeup effects are by Anders Lerche (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows). This interesting film is definitely worth a watch and you won’t spend all day either, it’s only 18 minutes long. Check it out below and get more details on the film.

From The Press Release

Short film “Succubus” has run it’s course over a large number of film festivals worldwide and is now available for free viewing, courtesy of the filmsite “Ekko’s Shortlist”.

“Succubus” is directed by actor Kim Sønderholm, written by Lars Egholm Fischmann, produced by Jan T. Jensen with cinematography by Allan Vælum. The movie is decided to the cinematographer who regretfully died very sudden only two weeks after completing the photography of the film. The score is by UK filmmaker Rusty Apper while the awesome creature make-up is by Anders Lerche under his company Far Out Effects. Lerche had just finished his work on “”Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows” before completing this assignment.

The movie stars Kat Herlo as Emma, with supporting actors Nadia Bond, Miriam Yeager, Lars Bjarke, Michael Larsen, Steen Jaszczak and the director himself, Kim Sønderholm (Escaping the Dead, Sinister Visions)

The movie is English language, produced in Denmark hence Danish subtitles. Running time is 18 minutes, and definately not suitable for young children – and definately not safe for work.

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For more information, check out IMDb:

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Michael Juvinall

I am a Horror journalist, producer, ravenous Horror fiend, aficionado of the classic Universal Monsters, Hammer Horror, Werewolves, and all things Horror.

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