Is love a good conspiracy? Director Zena S. Dixon’s SHE will keep you guessing in this stylish two-minute horror short. As the story unfolds in this unknown city, you discover that women are playing a deadly game among each other. The ultimate goal of the game? We don’t quite know. But what we do know is that bodies continue to stack up and the women are running out time. As the viewer, you are entangled by the mysteriously wicked bond of the group. However, it is also apparent that these women are eager to win by any means necessary. SHE will keep viewers guessing as the unnerving tale unfolds.
Originally from Yonkers, New York, Zena S. Dixon is one of the boldest and hardworking horror fans/creatives. She is the founder of Real Queen Of Horror, her brand where she writes as a horror film commentator, reviewer, graphic designer, vlogger, and podcaster. Her dedication to the genre has lead to work with iHorror, Florida Geek Scene, Wicked Horror, Black Girl Nerds, Bloody-Disgusting, and most recently, Dread Central. She is also a filmmaker with D.I.Y. and on-set experience and a healthy amount of shorts to hone her craft/style in the books. One of her most recent films, Peel, has caused a buzz on the film festival circuit and Night of the Witch is available for Amazon Prime members to watch now.
She currently resides in western Florida.
The Nitehawk Shorts Festival MIDNITE program continues to bring the very best in new genre voices onto the big screen. This program of twelve international shorts highlight a range of fright; from tense coming-of-age thrillers to the kind of creepy tales that keep you up at night.