shot apparently in a Beijing escape room. Victims await their fate, yelling for help behind bars, chained to pipes, and trapped in an iron cage as well as laid out on an autopsy table. The explicit gore ceases in the final scene, with a flashback to Li’s blonde in her pink parlour. She’s now motionless and sprawled facedown, a syringe of (presumably something fatal) across her new tattoo.
Nina Romain is living proof that small children shouldn’t be taken trick-or-treating in Alabama in the 1980s – as they tend to end up obsessed with the creepier side of Halloween! Her horror shorts tend to be shot half in the seedier side of Los Angeles and half in the darker side of the UK: her favourite LA found footage short to shoot centred on a romantic Valentine’s Day that goes horrifically wrong. She blogs for Raindance, reviews scripts, and is obsessed with gingerbread latte (or any other Halloween-themed drink). You can find her on www.girlfright.com or IMDB