“Disgusting, transgressive, and absolutely bonkers, Jonathan Straiton’s, NIGHT OF SOMETHING STRANGE will be the most jaw-dropping horror offering you’ll see all year” - Fangoria
Five teenage friends who set out for the beach on their spring break vacation. Their good times are cut short when one of the group, Carrie, contracts an STD at a gas station bathroom. The friends get detoured to an isolated motel in a small town where the STD turns out to be something that can’t be treated by a shot of penicillin and begins turning those infected with it into the living dead.
The film played at multiple festivals including the Fangoria Chainsaw Awards (2017) (nominated for Best Makeup & SFX), Phoenix International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival (2016) (won Best Horror Feature), HorrorHound Weekend Film Festival (2016) (won Best Special Effects – Feature, nominated for Best Feature, Best Director and Best Actress) and the Crimson Screen Horror Film Fest (2016) (won Jury Award, Best Special Effects, and Best Actor, nominated for Best Feature, Best Director, Best Produced Screenplay –Feature, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Special Effects).