Our Favorite 15 Funny Short Films on Reveel

Who doesn’t enjoy a great comedic story? Well, do we have a treat for you. We have created a list of really good comedies, and the best part? All of them are less than 15 minutes long! From the awkwardness of parking enforcement officers in “Ticket Like a Man” to Hollywood’s gender inequality in “Are You My Mommy?,” these funny short films made us laugh out loud. Without further ado, here are our top comedy picks, in no particular order.

 

15 Hilarious Short Films That Are 15 Minutes or Less

15. Delivery

Doug, A flaky delivery driver, bites off more than he can chew when he stumbles into a lover’s quarrel gone wrong.

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14. It’s Not Contagious

A woman in denial about falling apart gets a diagnosis with the help of her two friends.

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13. There’s A Ghost in the Bathroom

Mike’s evening of relaxation is disrupted when an unexpected visitor from beyond drops in for a visit.

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12. Double Date

That time when you invited your cool friend on your first date with a girl you met online, because maybe you’re not the smoothest one with the girls but things don’t go as expected.

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11. Adam Adamson: A Licensed Realtor

Finding the perfect apartment in New York City can be stressful. Adam Adamson will absorb your stress. He’s like a stress sponge… but where does all that stress go? Adam Adamson: Trust. Integrity. Apartments.

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10. Rent Do

When Rich, Winnie, and Pete are unceremoniously fired on the same day, Winnie takes matters into her own hands and forces them all into hiding, jeopardizing their safety, sanity and savings.

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9. Ticket Like a Man

An insecure parking enforcement officer feels too guilty to successfully issue parking tickets. Starring Arden Myrin (Insatiable, Shameless, MADTV, Chelsea Lately) and Ryan Powers (She-Hulk, The Mandalorian).

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8. Gunther

Gunther is a man who lives two lives. One in his head and another in reality. He has recently moved in with two female roommates. As they start to get to know each other, a strange mood descends on the abode. A comedic exploration of masculinity and identity through the eyes of Gunther, for better or worse.

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7. Sam Did It

Alfred Molina, otherwise known as Doctor Octopus, stars in this independent film in his easiest role yet… as the corpse-version of himself. This short film takes place in a morgue and only has a small number of actors. Sam Did It is about Sam, who is about to meet his celebrity idol. The only problem is that Sam works in a morgue… and his idol is dead.

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6. Stay

Stay is a short film made at the beginning stages of the Covid-19 quarantine. The horror of being trapped within the four walls of your house descends week by week into madness.

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Pistachio: The Short Film That Won The Worcester Film War

5. Pistachio

Pistachio is about a woman named Kelly who awakens, chained in a dark basement of horror. What does her masked captor want, and is all what it seems to be?

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Are You My Mommy

4. Are You My Mommy?

Gavin Michael Booth directs this short film that hilariously deals with the gender inequality that takes place in Hollywood by tackling the treatment of women in Hollywood and the fight for equality in film, television, media, and beyond. Are You My Mommy is about an action star in mortal danger who is rescued by an unlikely savior with ulterior motives.

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3. Passive Aggressive Dads

Two middle-aged dads just want to spend a quiet day with their daughters at the park. But when an obnoxious group of teens drive by, too fast and too loud, it spurs these aging, disgruntled dads into a self-righteous act of passive-aggression.

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2. Ground Rules

Ground Rules contains a collection of comedic shorts that chronicles the change in a couple’s relationship after they’ve moved in together. The synopsis for Ground Rules reads: Looking at the moment the mask slips and you realize whom you’ve moved in with. Matt and Molly run the gauntlet of getting to know each other now they’ve moved in. They thought they were a perfect match, but now they need: Ground Rules.

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1. Swiped

Swiped is a sci-fi short film about Melody, a woman who decides to swipe a few hot guys on her augmented reality dating app before she meets her match in a man who may be more—or less—than meets the eye. 

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