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"Slender man" - Ghoulish Grin CreepyPasta

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The new CreepyPasta reading from Ghoulish Grin Films is based on the boogeyman known as The Slenderman." I hope you enjoy this story and check out the CreepyPasta Playlist for more CreepyPasta readings!



Now Streaming..."The JEKYLL/HYDE Anthology!"

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Now streaming on the Ghoulish Grin Films YouTube channel, an anthology collection of films based on the classic horror novel by Robert Louis Stevenson..."The Strange Case Of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde." With silent films from the early age of cinema to the 2017 release of  the "JEKYLL/HYDE" short film, this collection should be quite enjoyable to fans of this classic tale. Enjoy and Happy St. Patrick's Day!




"The Ghoulish Grin Short Film Chronology"

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Now that "Odd Tales That Thrill And Chill" is officially an exclusive collection for the IBleedIndie rental site, I have decided to replace it with a more straightforward collection. A gathering of Cedar Street Films U.S.A. short films and the newest Ghoulish Grin Films collections, this film spans nearly a decade of indie filmmaking. I hope you enjoy and thanks for checking out the content!

Jess.



"The Ghost Of City Hall" - A '15 Second' Combo

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Combining the two 15 Second Horror Films "The Head" and "The Hand," Ghoulish Grin Films has created a new POV horror short film called "The Ghost Of City Hall." The Ventura City Hall has been a part of major film productions, including the Jack Nicholson film "The Two Jakes." It was fun threading the two shorts, adding new footage, and creating a new short for everyone to enjoy. Thanks for watching, as always!