This Halloween... WATCH the Video Games-Turned-Horror Short Films

Posted by Grey Thursday, October 27, 2011

Mario goes all Pulp Fiction, Duck Hunt went gruesomely wrong, and the Angry Birds unleashes their monstrous rage on more than pigs in's G4 Films Epictober Film Festival.

In the spirit of Halloween, G4 Films Epictober Film Festival was released by this week. Celebrating Halloween by blending classic video games and the macabre ambiance of the festival, the online event will present a trilogy of short film depicting a dark take on three classic video games, namely: Nintendo's Duck Hunt, Mario Kart, and finally, Rovio's Angry Birds.

With all three short films released, we have collected them right here. Hit the jump to check them out.

The Hunt: A Dark Take On Duck Hunt - G4 Films' Epictober Film Festival Opening Selection
"The Hunt": Inspired by the world's first first-person shooter video game "Duck Hunt," "The Hunt" is about three hunters who come face to face with a monstrous entity keen on their demise. "The Hunt" is directed by Sam Balcomb, co-founder of Rainfall Films and has produced content for Britney Spears, Steven Tyler, ABC Studios,, Willow Smith, Katy Perry and more. "The Hunt" becomes the hunted on on October 24.

Kart Driver: A Twisted Vision Of Mario Kart -- G4 Films' Epictober Film Festival
"Kart Driver": Directed by Drew Daywalt and co-written by your favorite Feed writer/ evil nemesis Stephen Johnson, “Kart Driver” will give the legendary racing game "Mario Kart" a darker, deadlier spin. Fury and obsession leads a heroic plumber to seek out and bring home his damsel in distress, even if it means facing off with a creature from the very bowels of hell. Director Drew Daywalt is a founding member of FEWDIO, the world’s first online Horror Troupe, and Daywalt Fear Factory. Daywalt directed feature Stark Raving Mad and three episodes of the new MTV Horror-comedy television series “Death Valley.” He also recently completed the screenplay for the remake of “Children Shouldn’t Play With Dead Things” for George Romero. “Kart Driver” is the "Centerpiece Showcase" for G4 Films Epictober Film Festival and will debut on October 25.

The Birds Of Anger: Angry Birds Gets Frightening -- G4 Films' Epictober Film Festival
"The Birds of Anger": Inspired by the best-selling mobile game, Rovio's "Angry Birds," the film hearkens back to Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 classic "The Birds," and gives gamers a glimpse into a world where birds not only target pigs, but people as well. "The Birds of Anger" is directed by Gregg Bishop, director of the "Dance of the Dead", which had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival and was hand-picked by director Sam Raimi ("Spiderman", "Drag Me to Hell") for distribution through Lionsgate and Ghost House Pictures. "The Birds of Anger" debuts on on October 26.


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