Omaha filmmaker Summer Johnson has made a cute and disturbing horror short that could be part of a popular anthology film.
The 2012 anthology movie "ABCs of Death" had a simple format: 26 directors and 26 short films, each one representing a different letter of the alphabet.
Now there's going to be an "ABCs of Death 2," and the studios Timpson Films, Drafthouse Films and Magnolia Pictures are looking for the film's 26th director, taking submissions from all over. The short with the most votes gets into the movie.
Johnson's movie, "M is for Make Believe" (which you can watch below), is among the most popular entries so far. It's about two girls who find a dying man and mistake him for "the King of the Forest." They dress him in princess clothes and dress his wounds with glitter as he dies.
It's unsettling, gory and maybe a little adorable.
The video's also probably not safe for work, but if you're in an appropriate place and have a tolerance for icky horror movies, watch her film below.
You can vote for Johnson's movie here.
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