This Week’s Short Film – T is For Toilet

Back in May it was announced that the ambitious horror anthology The ABCs of Death was in pre-production.  The concept being that 26 directors would each contribute a short horror and/or science fiction film to represent each letter of the alphabet.  The producers of this film have already secured some talented directors within the genre, such as Ti West (House of The Devil), Nacho Vigilando (Timecrimes), Jason Eisener (Hobo With A Shotgun), and many more.  All the letters in the film except for the letter T were assigned, so naturally the producers held a contest where anyone could submit their short film.  Out of all the film submissions T is For Toilet is by far my favorite.  Hopefully the judges pick this one to put in the film.  The winner of the contest will be announced on The ABCs of Death website on November 15th.  You can see a list of all the directors involved and all the short film submissions for the contest at their site.

Check out the short after the jump and keep in mind that even though it is claymation and contains a good deal of humor that it might not be suitable for children.


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2 Comments on “This Week’s Short Film – T is For Toilet”

  1. November 11, 2011 at 7:46 am #

    Wow. I have always loved claymation. This guy is really funny. Ended up going to Youtube and watching all his shorts. Chortle! Chortle! Ha! Ha!


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