Nina Romain horror

Shooting it scary

Nina Romain is living proof that small children shouldn't be taken trick-or-treating in Alabama in the 1980s – they tend to end up obsessed with the creepier side of Halloween! Her horror shorts tend to be shot half in the seedier side of Los Angeles and half in the darker side of the UK. This includes the UK's "most haunted" village in Fright Corner starring "Games of Thrones" Rob Callender. 

Last year Nina wrote directed and produced four microshorts: "Vicious Valentine", a found footage shot in LA about a romantic Valentine’s Day that goes horrifically wrong, lockdown thriller "Ghost London" (shooting in a ghost town) (right) , "Killer Party" and "Cute Kid". All are selected by overseas film festivals while the first three have been selected by Horror-on-Sea film festival . She has also written the screenplay for upcoming horror short "Loving Emily".

"ghost london"