Horrible Imaginings Film Festival

"People Behaving Badly" Short Film Showcase

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Let's be real: you really can't have a complete horror program without the slasher, the killer, the villain, or people just plain behaving badly. This group of short films runs the gamut from hilarious hi-jinks to creeping terror to films that somehow provide both in equal measure. There is an age-old horror debate about creature feature scares versus more "realistic" human evil scares. It is a debate I care little for since both serve a purpose (though I will always admit to loving the monsters)!

A routine "Pick Me Up" ride takes a sharp turn for the worse after the driver is reminded of a troubled past.


"Sometimes you think you know where a story is going, and sometimes what you get is one of the most thrilling and entertaining surprises that you never saw coming. It is really special when that happens, and it happened with RONALD!" -Miguel


Director: Britt Banks is an award winning filmmaker. Her latest film, Ronald, recently received a 3 year distribution deal with REVOLT TV after winning their Short and Fresh Hip Hop Halloween horror competition. Britt was born in Gary, Indiana and raised in Long Beach, CA. She writes, directs, produces, and edits. Her work has been shown at the Gary Black International Film Festival, Women of African Descent Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, and The Long Beach City College Film Festival. Professionally, She has worked at NBCUniversal in their content and production department. She is a graduate of the the University of California, Irvine.

  • Year
    2019
  • Runtime
    13 minutes
  • Language
    English
  • Country
    United States
  • Director
    Britt Banks
  • Screenwriter
    Britt Banks
  • Producer
    Britt Banks
  • Co-Producer
    Richard E. Haywood
  • Cast
    Ernest Keith Walker, Sonia Brown
  • Cinematographer
    Justin Henry Jemerson
  • Editor
    Daniel "DJ" White
  • Sound Design
    Kevin Bible