FX Heavy First Look At Daywalt Fear Factory’s Shorts ‘Wants More Teeth,’ ‘Meat’

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Smoke plumes are once again rising from the long dormant Daywalt Fear Factory. With two new shorts in the can and debuting over the next few months, the DFF team came right off of their recent feature film for Syfy and got back to the serious business of short horror.

First up is Meat (pictured inside top), a cheeky little piece of the macabre about two rednecks, AJ Bowen (Horrible Way to Die, You’re Next) and Ed Ackerman (Frozen, Chilleramam) and their late night encounter with… a unicorn. Written and directed by Drew Daywalt and produced by Robert Galluzzo and Jeff Farley.

On the heels of that is Wants More Teeth (pictured inside below), about a woman and her daughter and their brutal encounter with the tooth fairy. The film was was written and directed by Drew Daywalt and produced by Drew Daywalt and Jeff Farley. It, stars Courtney Halverson (“Death Valley,” “Leprechaun’s Revenge”) and Abigail Daywalt (There’s No Such Thing), with a cameo by filmmaker Marichelle Daywalt (Mockingbird). Creature FX by Farley, costumes by Sarah Mgeni and score by Gregory Burkart/CORVO.

Both films will be released online summer 2012.

  • 321sponge1

    I LOVE Drew Daywalts Fear Factory shorts, they honestly helped me realize that I too could take a simple concept and make a mini film of my own if I tried hard enough. He ultimately helped me realize how much I love being behind the camera. He never stops surprising me with his short films :) I can’t wait to see what his work will continue to have in store!

  • FleshofCaligula

    Sweet these should be rad :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001539834880 Michael Sanchez

    I can’t wait to see what nightmare’s await us :)

  • St.Anger

    Drew is brilliant when it comes to these shorts. Can’t wait to see what’s to come.

  • Joe-Banger

    Cool.

  • Evan3

    Oy, I really wish I could write for Drew – he is great and that Tooth Fairy is much scarier than the entire Darkness Falls production.