Horror Short Familiar Joins Fearnet.com

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Familiar posterI love it when what was once an obscure little horror short becomes a huge success!!  I’m of course talking about one of my favorite horror shorts of all time, FAMILIAR (my review here).  FAMILIAR is written and directed by Richard Powell and stars  Robert Nolan, Astrida Auza, and Cathryn Hostick.  In the short we follow John (expertly played by Robert Nolan) as he’s slowly going through a mid-life crisis … or is he?  Or is there something much more nefarious at work here?

Well it seems FAMILIAR is heading over to FEARnet.com.  Check out the press release:

FATAL PICTURES’ presents “FAMILIAR” (2012)

FATAL PICTURES is proud to announce “FAMILIAR”, a new Horror short starring Robert Nolan, Astrida Auza & Cathryn Hostick as the seemingly idyllic yet ultimately doomed Dodd Family.


Through a series of tragic events a middle aged man grows to suspect the negative impulses plaguing his mind may not be his own…

FATAL PICTURES is very proud to have “FAMILIAR” coming to Fearnet.com in (2013) FEARnet is your #1 TV, VOD and web destination for horror, suspense and thriller programming.

Available On TV and On Demand across the US, FEARnet serves up the best horror, thrills, and chills in entertainment. Request FEARnet now 877-FEAR-247



Now dig on the teaser trailer and a clip from FAMILIAR:

Stay Bloody!!!



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  • Some of my favorite horror movies:
  • Dawn of the Dead (1978)

  • Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn (1987)

  • Martyrs (2008)


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