In 1993, four high school students drove to the small town of Stull, Kansas, to investigate an abandoned church -- a place rumored to be a gate to Hell. They were never heard from again.

The short film 'Stull' depicts the events leading up to their disappearance, including an encounter with a strange man who may or may not be the Devil himself.

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"In ten brief minutes, Stull generates genuine suspense as it reminds people of something that they have gone and done themselves at one point or another. Stull plays up to the spookiness of being a kid and going out and searching for clues into if that little ghost story is true or not."

--Big Daddy Horror Reviews

"I really enjoyed 'Stull' and love the potential symbolism that is conveyed in the story. This is one of those films that you'll think about and dwell on for quite a while after the credits roll."

--Scott Baker, writing for Hayes Hudson's House of Horror

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SpecsFour teens investigate an abandoned church said to be a gate to hell in the short movie Stull
Festival Screeners
  • 10 min, Color, HD
  • 1080p 23.98PsF HD-Cam SR Master with 5.1 Audio Mix
  • Also available on DVD (NTSC), DVCam, BetaSP, Digibeta, DVCProHD, HD-Cam or as a Quicktime file
  • Available subtitles: French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish (DVD only), English for the Hearing Impaired
  • Shot on location in Lawrence, Kansas
  • On-set Stills and Press Kit Available (or downloadable here)

DVD (on sale now!)
  • Commentary by Writer/Director J. Ott and Producer Patrick Rea
  • Comedy Commentary by The Flop House movie podcast gang (View Preview)
  • Teaser Trailer
  • Natural Victims Trailer
  • 5.1 Surround Sound and Dolby Stereo Mix
  • 16x9 Anamorphic image
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Polish, English for Hearing Impaired