Through the Black Hole » STILL LIFE – Jon Knautz

STILL LIFE – Jon Knautz

Written by Giulio De Gaetano

A youngman travels down a lonely cold highway. Snow & ice slush underneath the tires of his car as he travels alone. The youngman listens to the radio & pops pills to stay awake on his way to an unknown destination. Driving for a long time & very tired, he must stay awake & continue onward. His fuel gauge indicates he is low on fuel & must stop soon before he’s completely outta gas.


As he slowly drives down the road to a small town, very quiet and mysterious to him. As he looks around, he accidently hits a pedestrian crossing in front of him in the middle of the road. He is shocked & now afraid. He see’s people watching him from the the bus stop, the stores, the street….everywhere he goes. His car finally runs out of gas and he knows he must get away before they catch him for hitting the pedestrian. He’s now on the run. Running through stores, down the streets, and then through someones actual home. The people in the home don’t know who he is, what he wants, or why he suddenly barge’s into their home, but the husband has a baseball bat & plans on protecting himself and his wife.


The sounds of the police sirens outside get louder & closer to the him where he is. In self defense, he attacts the husband with the wife as a witness. The police track him down & bust down the door to arrest him for murder. This all seems like an interesting story, however, there is one big catch to it and to find out what that catch is….I recommend watching STILL LIFE. This was a very interesting story that kept my interest & with a twist that not only carries the film, but gives the viewer an extra twist at the very end. I enjoyed this and I think it’s worth your time. Clever & original as well as entertaining.

RANK: 9/10

Directed by: Jon Knautz
Sceenplay: Charles johnston
Canada, 2006

Posted in Horror by Giulio De Gaetano on November 1st, 2011 at %I:%M %p.

Add a comment

No Replies

Feel free to leave a reply using the form below!

Leave a Reply

Featuring Recent Posts WordPress Widget development by YD

By continuing to use the site or clicking "OK" you agree to the use of cookies. Click on "Info" for more information. Proseguendo la navigazione sul sito o cliccando su "OK", autorizzi l'uso dei cookie. Premi su "info" per ulteriori informazioni. Info

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "OK" below then you are consenting to this. Un cookie è un breve testo inviato al browser di chi sta navigando da un sito web visitato, e serve a conservare informazioni utili a migliorare l'esperienza utente di navigazione (preferenze geografiche, autenticazioni al sito visitato, stato della sessione, ... ). Ogni cookie è unico per il browser di chi sta navigando. Questo sito non utilizza alcun cookie di profilazione mentre, in caso di utilizzo di elementi grafici che permettono condivisione dei contenuti sui social network/servizi da terze parti (esempio: mappe), questi sono impostati dai webmaster di tali siti per cui afferiscono a loro diretta ed esclusiva responsabilità della stessa terza parte. Chi sta navigando, quindi, può consultare eventuali informazioni sui rispettivi siti internet. Per negare l'utilizzo dei cookie occorre vedere quale browser si sta utilizzando e cercare nella sezione "Aiuto / Help" del browser come disabilitarli. Di seguito un link esemplificativo per disabilitarli su Google Chrome (