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A cinematic tour de farce. Master of the Macabre. Tops the best of Alfred Hitchcackle. I did cheat by turning on closed captioning to reveal the secret message. Poses an important existential question on love, violence and why some houses have basements and why some basements have fireplaces.
Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2017
Keep in mind, this is an independent short film, with a specific goal in mind: to throw you off balance without the use of any dialogue. If you're a horror fan and want to see something twisted and enjoyable, this is certainly worth a watch! It has a dark, jarring, low-light feel and a very convincing creep of an antagonist.