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Quarantine Horror Short HANGNAIL Will Make You Cringe in Under 3 Minutes

That hanging piece of skin. That painful chunk of tissue that won’t let go. You rip and tear at it, but the flesh holds on. This common nuisance turns into a grisly nightmare in Hangnail.

Hangnail is a three-minute horror film from Canadian writer-director Colin MacDonald. He also handles the cinematography, editing, and special effects, while his partner, Nicole Barron, stars.

“Hangnail was a film idea that’s been hanging around, waiting to be ripped free,” quips MacDonald. “After spending years dreaming of making it, I can’t wait to make the internet cringe with pain from watching it.”

The short was produced by MacDonald and Barron in a single night during quarantine in the couple’s Nova Scotia home. Horror film journalist/composer Jerry Smith then came on board to provide an original synthesizer score.

For more information about MacDonald and Barron’s work, visit onstreamproductions.com.

Written by Mitchell Wells

Founder and Editor in Chief of Horror Society. Self proclaimed Horror Movie Freak, Tech Geek, love indie films and all around nice kinda guy!!