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Indie Horror Film Creative is a worldwide community of Independent Horror filmmakers, content producers, and artistic creative's.

Indie Horror Film Creative is where Horror Filmmakers work together producing content and making terrifying films.

Together creating the future of film.

Welcome to Indie Horror Film Creative

The Future of Film

The Home of Horror!

Our aim is to inspire people to create art within film at any level, our mission is to create content to help the filmmaker at all stages of their journey in filmmaking.

Together we are building an Indie Horror Film Creative network creating the future of horror film.

Indie Horror Film Creative  supports  independent film creative's at all levels of their career.

Be it up and coming filmmakers, first time filmmakers or established filmmakers.

We are passionate about the horror film genre, It's a macabre path that is filled with endless possibilities since the birth of cinema people have always wanted to be scared.

Our You Tube Channel will be full of in-depth mini guides on filmmaking from how to make a horror film, to guides covering every level  from script to screen to distribution and promotion and marketing.

We will be promoting Indie Horror film Trailers in our section Terror Trailers on You Tube and other channels.

 We will be showcasing short horror films in our Terror Bites section as well.

We will also be reviewing indie horror films.

Indie Horror Film Creative's  initiative is to support  indie filmmakers and build a community where horror film and the arts can thrive together.

Indie Horror Film Creative is a new start up and we are looking for investors and sponsors and content creators to join our venture.

Our goal at indie horror film creative would be to have hubs offering  the use of free camera equipment, sound, use of editing  equipment even  in house film sets, have a hub where guest speakers can do talks on filmmaking.

Until we reach the time when this dream can become a reality, we will offer as much information and content for free as we can, be it promotion for your indie horror film through our channels and social media showcasing your trailers and short films, making use of the mini documentaries like meet the filmmaker, meet the actor web series and how to film series .

New content will be added weekly!

Indie Horror Film Creative is a one stop horror shop for independent horror only everything is free here... for horror creative's for writers, actors, directors and producers you will hopefully find something here that can help you on your indie horror filmmaking journey.

Indie Horror Film Creative will bring exciting new ideas and upcoming talent to a global audience.

Showcase indie horror filmmakers via trailers, short films, meet the filmmaker, meet the director, meet the actor mini exclusive documentaries.

Work with indie filmmakers to create proof of concepts and short films.

With the proven success of short films like Lights Out and The Babadook we encourage horror filmmakers to try and make the next big horror short film.

Horror short films are superb calling cards they are short enough so viewers will take the time out to watch on you tube or vimeo.

Horror is more popular now than ever in mainstream cinema, we haven't seen horror this widely dominated in cinema history and equally Indie horror and underground horror films are getting larger audiences because of the internet, social media and availability on horror genre video on demand platforms.

Horror Lives

There is no other genre that translates so well to low or even no-budget filmmaking

Horror is a beast of its own!

Low budget underground horror films do have a cult  following, they are easier to sell than a low or no-budget drama or comedy films.

Some of the best horror films were made with little or no -budget, but they all had one thing in common, passionate filmmakers behind every production!

When you watch a horror film it's a experience like going on a ghost train, your subconscious mind doesn't know the difference of what is real or not. The subconscious  it think you are experiencing the terror first hand it thinks that what you are watching on screen is actually happening to you so your palms will sweat and your heart will race as you are thrust into the screen.

"If you can write it, you can film it!"

-Tony Newton

Recent box office figures from some of the most popular horror films in the last few years!

The Nun 2018

Total Box Office: $330 million worldwide

IT  2017

Total Box Office: $327.48 million

Get Out  2017

Total Box Office: $255 million worldwide

The Conjuring 2013

Total Box Office: $319 million worldwide

The Conjuring 2  2016

Total Box Office: $320 million worldwide

Paranormal Activity 2009

Total Box Office: $193 million worldwide

Paranormal Activity 3  2011

Total Box Office: $207 million worldwide

 It is more important now than ever to support indie horror films, most indie horror films are self funded and the filmmakers make very little if anything so it's important to purchase DVD's and merchandise direct from indie filmmakers websites and at horror conventions so they can continue to work on their next horror film project and who knows they could become the next James Wan or Wes Craven.



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Founder & CEO

Tony Newton

Managing Editor

Kerry Newton

Editor and Content Creator

Dane Keil

Editor and Content Creator

Peter Hopkins

Content Creator

Mathew Fisher

Content Creator

Eric Xton

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Ethan Clay

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