If you’re into short horror, the folks at ALTER have you covered. Rue Morgue wants to make sure you’re up-to-date on all of the cool stuff they have coming up, so each month we’ll be highlighting their upcoming releases. Take a look at what they have planned for June 2020:
Trust Me: A Witness Account of the Goatman (June 1)
Director: Nate Ruegger
A young woman follows her boyfriend into the woods for a romantic surprise only to find something far more sinister: the legend of The Goatman.
The Housesitters (June 3)
Director: Whitney St. Ours
On their last day as hired housesitters a young couple is visited unexpectedly by a stranger who exposes the lies between them.
The Itch (June 5)
Director: Connor O. McIntyre
At the first sign of an itch, Addy feels like something could be very wrong. With constant deflection by her husband and doctor, Addy decides to take matters into her own hands.
The Mayflower (June 8)
Director: Christopher Goodman
A young engineer wakes up from cryo-sleep during a routine deep space flight on the star freighter ‘Mayflower’. The ship’s computer informs him that he was awoken due to a false alarm. But all is not as it seems…
Asking for a Friend (June 10)
Director: Kelsey Bollig
So hypothetically speaking – how do you get rid of a body? Asking for a friend.
Marian (June 12)
Director: Brian Patrick Lim
There’s a haunting in the house. However, things are not what they seem. Marian soon finds out that the haunting inside is more familiar than she thinks.
Cat’s Game (June 15)
Director: Josh Taube
An isolated man named Vincent has a dark secret in his basement.
I Am Not a Monster (June 17)
Director: Grace Quilligan
A young man returns home uninvited to his brother’s engagement dinner only to find himself fighting for his sanity against the violent, mind controlling growth on the back of his head.
And the Baby Screamed (June 19)
Director: Dan Gitsham
A Father tries to put his baby to sleep.
Whiteout (June 22)
Director: Lance Edmunds
When a young couple encounters a strange old man wandering in a snowstorm, they must decide if he needs help, or if he has more sinister intentions.
Feast on the Young (June 24)
Director: Katia Mancuso
After mindlessly stepping into her trap, a troubled teenager must save her little sister from a bloodthirsty fairy lurking in the forest, before it devours them both.
Rubes (June 26)
Director: Nathan Alan Bunker
Two disgruntled teachers use a Rube Goldberg machine to exact revenge on the people who have wronged them.
Z-Goat: First Bleat (June 29)
Director: Julien Jauniaux
Run if you can, crawl if you must.