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Watch AGATHA the Horror Short EVERYONE’S Talking About

Agatha is the terrorizing new horror short to land on Eli Roth’s CryptTV. After impressing audiences last year on the festival circuit, the film has finally be released to the masses – and has been scaring up views like crazy. At the time of publishing, it’s nearing the 700k mark on Facebook, and the film was only released a few days ago!

Agatha is directed, written, and produced by Timothy Vandenberg and stars Jessica Farmer, Penny Kohut, and Louise Ogle.


The orphan train comes daily, spilling hundreds of children onto the streets of Pennsylvania in the late 1800’s. Desperate and alone, the penniless 7-year-old Sophie, entrusts an older woman who hires her to bring food each night to someone living in her attic. There is just one rule: Do not pass the serving table….EVER.
As time passes, the child’s curiosity grows bold; drawing her closer to discovering the truth behind the prisoner.

Watch Agatha, below!

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Rightfully so, a feature film based on the short is now in production. Hilarie Burton of One Tree Hill and Lethal Weapon, has signed onto star. For more information and keep up with the feature film, visit the film’s website.

About Crypt TV:

Our short films cover the entire horror spectrum: psychological, creepy, funny, bloody, gory. About half of the films are original productions by Crypt TV while the other half are acquired or licensed from talented filmmakers.

We love scary stories, we believe scary stories unite us and the best ones make us a little more connected to each other. Crypt collaborates with storytellers around the world to bring the next generation of monster stories to life — for you, for free, everyday. Follow us @CryptTV everywhere and find your #MonsterWithin.

Watch even more amazing horror shorts on the Crypt TV website, or their Youtube Channel.


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