Says co-producer Tim LeagueL: “We are extremely happy about the quality of many of the shorts and were impressed with the emerging talent in the genre scene.”
More on "T IS FOR TOILET" and the competition below, along with the rest of the filmmakers involved:
T IS FOR TOILET was an early submission to the contest setting the benchmark for future entries and has since become a viral sensation from reporting genre websites and blogs. UK based Lee Hardcastle utilized claymation to tell the nightmarish tale of a frightened young boy and his first attempt using the bathroom all by himself.
Submissions for the contest closed on October 1st, with 170 submissions from all over the world and over 50,000 votes cast from the public. After the public vote narrowed the field to 13 finalists, the 25 additional filmmakers of THE ABCs OF DEATH voted on the winning film.