Inside is a short film directed by Trevor Sands. It begins with a young man by the name of Daniel who is being escourted down a long, gray hallway at a mental hospital. Sitting in a room across from a doctor, the room is full of actual people that represents the voices that are in Daniel’s head, his mutiple personalities. Each one different than the other, everything from a little girl to an over- sized psycho.
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Un ragazzo ha la testa poggiata sul ventre di una donna con le labbra macchiate di sangue e la timbrica di voce che varia continuamente, ella lo spinge ad uccidere qualcuno. Una ragazza stacca minuziosamente frammenti di corteccia d’albero e, in un luogo fuori dal tempo, strane creature banchettano intorno a un tavolo. Ulteriore tassello incastonato dal team DoppioSenso Unico, insieme a Alma [Gotica] e Dracula, dipinto con la solita aria sognante cesellata da atomi di fiaba dark.
One of the things I love about films is black & white. When a movie is filmed in black and white, there is just something about it that makes it have a whole different feel about it. Especially if it’s a horror film or suspense/thriller. The film KITCHEN SINK, is filmed this way and it works. It is about a woman who is cleaning her house. Floor, counter, dishes, and of course, the kitchen sink. As she is cleaning it, she discovers a hair. A black, stringy, nasty clump of hair. She doesn’t understand how or why it’s there, but it just is. She begins to pull on it and it keeps coming out more and more.
There is nothing I like better then a good story. However, more then that, a good story with a really good twist at the end and that’s just what you’ll get when you watch Paradox. Paradox is a Short Independent film written & directed by Jeremy Haccoun.
This is a short film about a young woman who awakens in a prison cell. There is nothing around her but four solid walls, a mirror, a bed, and markings on the wall of how many days she or someone before her have been there. She has on a hospital gown with blood on it. By smashing the mirror, she can use the piece of mirror to see on her neck/back area what & where that blood is coming from. She knows she has to escape. She knows she can’t take it any longer.
This is an interesting tale about a young little boy riding his bicycle on a rainy/wet dirt road with woods all around him. We’re not quite sure where he’s going, but he’s in a hurry. We find his final destination at the mailbox to get his mail. And it’s back to the house he goes. However, there is someone … watching and following him.
What if every type of horror killer you’ve ever encountered were to suddenly overcome the world? All the different types; the Masked killer, the chainsaw swinging cannibal, the crazy homeless person, all types. What if you were the only one left to stop them all, what would you do? How would you kill them all? What are they and where do they come from? Most importantly: how do you get rid of the all? To find out, here’s a film for you.
This is a short film written and directed by Mathew Kalish. It is a black & white film (which I have always enjoyed, I feel B/W give films a whole new way of viewing it that color can’t capture) and the film stars Ryder Bach and Andrea M. Jensen.
Abby (played by Andra Carlson), takes a job as a home security operator, but it is during the graveyard shift. She works long & hard hours, only to come home and sleep all day. Well, she tries to anyway. She repeatedly get’s intrrupted by a noisey bum (played by Gill Gayle), who makes loud noises all day around a dumbster that is right by her window of her apartment.