Tag: Animation

House 1031

House 1030 By J.W. Cox House 1031, directed by J. Nabors, plunges viewers into a realm of unimaginable horrors, where a homicidal maniac preys mercilessly on women, ending their lives and taking their organs as trophies. With its clever use of contrasts, exceptional performances, and skillful technical execution, the short film leaves a lasting impact […]

Zero Percent Review

Zero Percent By J.W. Cox “Zero Percent” is a short indie film that takes the audience on a gripping and suspenseful journey through the experience of a woman held captive, desperately waiting for a chance to escape. The film opens with a shot of the protagonist, Eden, locked in a small room, using the cut […]

APEIRON BOUND – My Sweet Stockholm

Apeiron Bound By Costin Chioreanu, Andrew Stout, Michael Calza Dark psychedelic art is a subgenre of psychedelic art that explores the dark, surreal, and often unsettling aspects of the human psyche. It often features twisted and distorted imagery, vivid colors, and mind blending patterns that are meant to evoke a sense of unease and disorientation […]

Review Torn

By Colby Cyrus Having suicidal thoughts can have a significant impact on an individual’s mental and physical health. It can cause feelings of despair, hopelessness, and isolation, leading to a decline in quality of life. Suicidal thoughts can also interfere with daily activities, relationships, and work performance. Seeking professional help and support from loved ones […]

Review Kaliderson melody

Les Dormeurs de Samhain By Laurent Combaz “Kaliderson Melody” is a poignant indie short film that captures the pain and hope of a young girl “Milona” waiting for her brother “Milo” to return from the dead. Directed by the clever filmmaker Laurent Combaz, this film is a powerful exploration of grief and the unbreakable bond […]

Review A Road To Nowhere

A Road to Nowhere By Sayef Zaman “A Road To Nowhere” is a powerful and emotionally charged indie short film that explores the theme of domestic abuse and the resilience of the human spirit. The film tells the story of a woman who is trying to escape an abusive relationship and reclaim her life.   […]

Styx and Stone

Styx and Stone By Christian Cook Three kids get into a car crash after escaping from a commune. They got stuck in the middle of the sticks of the trees and the stones, resulting in an argument between the passenger and driver.   The script is cinematic and compelling. The dialogue reflected the strength of […]

Review Skydancer

Skydancer By Chris Fx People often express themselves in different ways, which help them keep in touch with how they are feeling. Self expression in a way or another can make dream come real and find passion in life, despite of the frightful obstacles and struggles that you may encounter in that journey. The opening […]

Review Sonata For A Calendar

Sonata para un Calendario By Carmen Rosa Vargas A classic modern short film shot in black and white. The events take place in Alphonso’s home who is living a routine life where his mind is programmed to do things repetitively in a specific order. All of a sudden, things went south and he chose the […]


From Here to Here By George Atkinson, Alan Ciechalski In order to be loved and valued, you should love and value yourself first. These are the most crucial aspects of one’s life, and by achieving these, you set boundaries for your life and relationships. We can see that Faye and Casper undoubtedly lacked these qualities […]