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Home | Witch Casts Bloody Spell in ‘MISCAST’ Hits SHRIEKFEST + Halloween Release

Witch Casts Bloody Spell in ‘MISCAST’ Hits SHRIEKFEST + Halloween Release

Halloween Provokes a Witch’s Bloody Spell

in New Dark Comedy-Horror Short Film ‘MISCAST’ 

Hitting SHRIEKFEST Before Releasing Online October 31, 2017


LOS ANGELES – An innocent young woman unwittingly helps a witch cast a bloody spell at their office Halloween party in the new horror comedy short film MISCAST. Continuing on its successful festival run, the film heads to the respected horror-focused SHRIEKFEST on October 8th before launching wide online October 31st on Vimeo.

Notable stand-up comedian and actress Nina Daniels (Pariah, Maron) stars and produced this deadly witchcraft tale, which comes from established editor-turned-director Carsten Kurpanek and rising screenwriter Matt Katzenberger (Final Draft Big Break 2017 Finalist). The film also stars actress Brea Bee (Silver Linings Playbook) and young actor Kade Pait; and has proven an audience favorite since first premiering at Dances With Films and screening at HollyShorts

MISCAST tells the story of office worker May (Daniels) caught in a battle between good and evil when her new co-worker (Bee) reveals herself as a real witch after turning their office Halloween party into a bloodbath with a deadly spell.

Daniels shares, “The project came about due to a chance meeting between myself and Matt (Katzenberger). He offered to write something for me and Miscast is the result of that elevator ride.”

The film delivers a deadly clash, sprinkled with gore, humor, and magic, while presenting ‘miscast’ themes: feelings of not fitting in, the difficulty of finding true friendship, empathy vs. selfishness, what it means to be good, bad, and all the grey areas in between.

For more about MISCAST at SHRIEKFEST visit: www.shriekfest.com/entries/2017/miscast 

Keep up with MISCAST at: https://www.facebook.com/MiscastTheMovie 

Watch MISCAST on Vimeo Beginning October 31, 2017 at:



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