Before they say "I do," many brides-to-be have to deal with perfect storms of stress, and one cake shop owner uses a killer recipe to amplify those feelings into a murderous rage in the new short film Seeing Green. Directed by Chelsea Stardust (Satanic Panic, Into the Dark: All That We Destroy), Seeing Green premiered today on Fun Size Horror, and we've been provided with the wedding-centric horror comedy to share with Daily Dead readers!
You can watch Seeing Green below, and visit Fun Size Horror online to learn more about the short films featured on their site.
"A group of female filmmaker friends made a short horror comedy film about a cake shop owner who turns unsuspecting women into a Bridezillas. It's called Seeing Green and TODAY it premieres as part of Fun Size Horror! (funsizehorror.com)
Directed by Chelsea Stardust, of Hulu/Blumhouse's Into The Dark and the upcoming Fangoria film Satanic Panic, written by This Is Us writer Danielle Bauman, and starring Megan Duffy of the Maniac remake and upcoming final season of Showtime's The Affair, this 8 minute NSFW romp might make you think twice before putting a ring on it.
Seeing Green was written, directed, produced by, and stars all women, including members of the Los Angeles horror community. Other cast members include Vanessa Garcia (MacGuyver, S.W.A.T., CSI), Mackenzie Firgens (Phoenix Lights, RENT, The Hamiltons), Whitton Frank (Murder in the First) and Ben Giroux (Back to the 90s, Will & Grace, Batman vs. TMNT).
Fun Size Horror is a production and distribution platform always on the search for new and exciting films! Fun Size Horror aims to terrify and delight viewers with Original short films that explore horror from every angle, from elevated suspense-thrillers and creature features, to hauntings and twisted animations, to untapped ideas lurking in our creators’ minds; all made into bite size pieces. Founded by Mali Elfman, Michael May, and Zeke Pinheiro, like a bag of Halloween candy, Fun Size Horror is exciting, unexpected...and of course, a little dangerous."