Award Winning 2:22 Distributed through IndieFlix
(released 11/22/2010)

Written and directed by Abyssmal Entertainment's Steven Shea and produced by Tim Anderson, the short film 2:22 has gained some traction and shown it has some legs.  It has played in 20 festivals, won a couple awards along the way, and it was recently made available for sale through the distributor IndieFlix.

The film was shot in the summer of 2009.  It had its premiere screening in front of 1,500 at the 43rd Annual Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival that October.  It continued on to play at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood as part of the Screamfest Horror Film Festival.  It has screened at numerous other festivals around the globe and close to home.  It even played a secret midnight show at this spring's Florida Film Festival.  2:22 won awards for Best Short Film at A Night of Horror Film Festival 2010 (Sydney, Australia) and Best Horror Short & Best Sound/Score at the 2009 Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival.

What's it about?

2:22 is the terrifying story of Vickie Palmer who, after an incredible night out with her girlfriends, is wrenched from her peaceful slumber and cast mercilessly into a world spinning out of control. Writhing half-naked on the cold porcelain tile of her bathroom floor, Vickie desperately tries to piece together the tragic turn of events that has twisted her once carefree life into a nightmare of pain and suffering. But when she discovers the truth, will it be too late to save her from eternal damnation?

How do you watch it?

You can purchase a copy on DVD for under 6 bucks or stream it for less than 2.  Go to where you can watch the trailer and there's a link to get your copy through IndieFlix.

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