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Cinema: New Sci-FI, Fantasy, Horror and Adventure movies for free online.

Among the many cinematographic proposals available to the public today, including cinema on the big screen, films on streaming platforms and internet, the new collection of over twenty science fiction, horror, adventure and fantasy films, with 3D special effects, which has already exceeded 40 million views online, obtaining reviews from the international press and selection in numerous festivals, is now available online for free.

Those who are passionate about science fiction, horror, fantasy and adventure movies, can enjoy these films, by director Andrea Ricca, with a maximum duration ranging from 5 to 10 minutes, on any device, from tablet to mobile, suitable for quick use on the web.

Filled with emotion and action, these films tell stories of fantastic events that upset the tranquility of ordinary people forced to fight for their lives. These films tell of alien invasions, fantastic monsters and paranormal events. Featuring live actors interacting with computer-generated creatures, these films are inspired by both classic and modern science fiction.

The films have exceeded 40 million views online and have received reviews from the international press (Starburst Magazine, Rue Morgue Magazine, Scream Horror Magazine, Dread Central, Gruesome Magazine, Film Threat, Horror Movies Ca, Gorezone, Horror Society, Bloody Disgusting, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Fangoria, Sfx Magazine, L'Écran Fantastique etc.)

Here are some Film Festivals they attended: Fantafestival, Miami Film Festival, Vienna Film Festival, Los Angeles Cine Fest, Texas Terror Film Festival, International Fantastic Film Festival, Cleveland Comic Con, Linea D'Ombra Film Festival, Horror Con Uk (in the jury Dario Argento) etc.

"There is an energy and an exuberance in the films that it is impossible not to be involved in".

"Full of excitement and action, you can really enjoy these movies."

"The films are very impressive and feature impressive CGI monsters."

"If you love these films as much as we do, support the director Andrea Ricca"

"With millions of online views, dozens of films to his credit and a passion for cinema, Andrea Ricca, director of sci-fi and thriller films, has become a web star. His short films of great impact have conquered internet viewers and international magazines, giving young actors the opportunity to take their first steps in cinema. Ricca, who started in 1998, has seen large numbers arrive that are leading him to become known all over the world ".

"Andrea Ricca and his science fiction aliens are a real phenomenon. "

"Adventure and irony, and excellent computer graphics"


All films can be watched on the Official Website:

The films are now also visible for free on Amazon Prime Video (US and UK only)

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Andrea Ricca is a director with a strong do-it-yourself ethic, graduated in Sociology and specialized in 3D graphics, made his debut in 1998. He currently works as a 3D designer, editor and photographer. He has also collaborated on some films for the Giffoni Film Festival. In 2012 he published in all bookstores for Dino Audino Editore the book: "Low budget special effects - Manual of special effects for independent directors".

He has made around 20 short films since 1998, often focusing on stories of monstrous creatures that hark back to classic giant monsters or alien invasion films that many fans of horror and science fiction films cherish. He publishes his shorts of his, non-profit, for viewers to watch for free on his website and on YouTube, where he has found considerable success. Andrea Ricca's shorts usually have no dialogue, they rely on action to tell their stories. All the videos were made by a single person, the director himself (apart from the actors) who took care of direction, subject, script, special effects, post-production, editing and sound. Graduated in Sociology and expert in video communications, Andrea Ricca started producing short films in 1998, initially with a social theme, and following his specialization in 3D computer graphics, in 2008, he produced genre stories that immediately found strong feedback from the public. All videos are shot for passion, low budget, without external contributions or remuneration to the participants, with the only help of a high definition camera and a computer.


Ricca's short films have been cited in two graduate theses on science fiction cinema: "Science fiction cinema" with professor Roy Menarini as speaker and "Cinema designed for the web" with professor Gian Battista Canova as speaker.

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