Check Out the Short, Experimental Horror Film A Sin That Cannot Be Forgiven

a-sin-that-cannot-be-forgiven-poster-art_479x613The experimental horror short, A SIN THAT CANNOT BE FORGIVEN has recently been uploaded to YouTube and I’ve got it for you right here.  The short is written and directed by Maureen “Mo” Whelan and stars Andy Gates and Whelan.  The short is basically about a guy who breaks all ten commandments in one day.  Check out the press release and then check out the short film below:


A Sin That Cannot Be Forgiven is Now Live on YouTube

Los Angeles, Ca. November 20, 2013 – The short, experimental horror films A Sin That Cannot Be Forgiven is now live on YouTube.

A Sin That Cannot Be Forgiven was an Official Selection of the 2012 AOF International Film Festival and the 2013 A Nightmare to Remember International Horror Film Festival. Written, directed, produced, and edited by Maureen “Mo” Whelan, music by Alon Kaplan. Starring Andy Gates who’s recent appearances include Grimm, Got Home Alive, Hostage Do or Die, The Young and the Restless, Gemini Rising and Overly Attached Andy. Both are currently producing and starring in the Probell Films feature film The Divine Order. 

Mo Whelan combined her childhood religious Catholic upbringing, along with her love for horror films into a dark, poetic tale about a man who breaks all the Ten Commandments in one day.  Shot in a day, this short experimental film uniquely teaches the Ten Commandments within six minutes.

A Sin That Cannot Be Forgiven will also be available on DVD by Last Doorway Productions as part of a short horror film compilation on A Nightmare to Remember Volume One. 

For more details regarding the film please visit the IMDB page.  For more details Maureen “Mo” Whelan, please visit her blog and her YouTube channel.


Here’s the short, A SIN THAT CANNOT BE FORGIVEN.  Let me know what you think of it in the comment section below:

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5 Responses to Check Out the Short, Experimental Horror Film A Sin That Cannot Be Forgiven

  1. modragonfly says:

    Reblogged this on Modragonfly's Blog and commented:
    Thank you Anything Horror for posting my press release about my second short film. 🙂

  2. changeling69 says:

    Sometimes it’s better to watch a movie that short on something weird and delicate as death, sin and the sort rather than 1 hour or more of boring, repeating themes on the same subject. This short gives me the idea that its creator met Poe somehere along the line of her religious influx into the short itself. Great work:)