I found the film’s homepage and it asked the very same question and pointed to a second page where most of the shorts were available to watch for free (four are unavailable). Amongst those was a short called Vampire Sacrifice by Patrick Murray.
As always with anthology films the quality varies – some of the films are a little amateurish, to be honest, though others are well worth a watch and all are worth a watch for free. Within these films there is also an on running theme of a key, which the filmmakers use in a variety of ways. Vampire Sacrifice actually has nothing that resembles on-screen vampiric action and might actually be suited to a ‘Vamp or Not?’ However Murray uses the title (and an intertitle describing scapegoats) to build a subtext through expectation. This was, in itself, a useful way to ensure a short of 6 minutes’ length (as were all the shorts) offers part of its storyline through expectation.
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Whilst the second chapter film has an IMDb page, I could find neither one for this anthology nor for the Vampire Sacrifice short.