Quarantine Horror Short HANGNAIL Will Make You Cringe in Under 3 Minutes

The Two Gay Geeks have a press release and view of a quarantine horror film. Thanks to our good friend Alex at Simply Legendary Publicity.

Have a look at this short below. Just a warning this short does has a few F*Bombs in it. And it is definitely not for the squeamish. However, it is closer to the truth (or seemingly so) about how a hangnail feels….

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That hanging piece of skin. That painful chunk of tissue that won’t let go. You rip and tear at it, but the flesh holds on. This common nuisance turns into a grisly nightmare in Hangnail.

Hangnail is a three-minute horror film from Canadian writer-director Colin MacDonald. He also handles the cinematography, editing, and special effects, while his partner, Nicole Barron, stars.

Hangnail was a film idea that’s been hanging around, waiting to be ripped free,” quips MacDonald. “After spending years dreaming of making it, I can’t wait to make the internet cringe with pain from watching it.”

The short was produced by MacDonald and Barron in a single night during quarantine in the couple’s Nova Scotia home. Horror film journalist/composer Jerry Smith then came on board to provide an original synthesizer score.

For more information about MacDonald and Barron’s work, visit onstreamproductions.com.

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