Beasts of the forest gather at night to watch and participate in some high-stakes gambling.
Branch Dangus travels to the Home and Housewares Expo in search of a business partner with whom to share his professed market knowledge.
David Firth’s most infamous series returns with its first new episode in five years. The long wait is justified, not solely by the improvement in animation, but by following the progression of being more uncomfortable to watch than the last.
Content Warning: This short contains gross and violent imagery.
A lonely skeleton looks to liven up his evening with some substance abuse, but the monkey in his head still appears to pour water out of his eye sockets.
A cross between Jigsaw and a worm offers his grieving friend the truth in the form of a green apple.
The biblical story of Isaac is portrayed through Dean Fleischer-Camp’s deadpan style in a short that likely won’t be used in any Sunday school lesson anywhere.
Content Warning: This short contains violence.
Two strawberry farmers lose their home to an infestation. Moving to the city and finally having a baby on the way doesn’t end the man’s paranoia that the snails are still after them.