Have you ever wondered if your neighbours have a better life that you from the outside? That is exactly the premise of The Neighbors’ Window told mostly through the point of view of windows peeping (sort of)
Category: Short Film Review
It’s never been far-fetched to say that many films have made use of some sort of time-looping method to tell a story. Itero is one of the latest to delve into this method for its own story delivery.
It is directed by William Leonardi-Bee and features Max Easton and Matt Blakey as the casts. And it’s all shot within one day too, so let’s take a look at how it fares in the Sacrifice short film review below!
The next instalment in the Jurassic World series is coming to the silver screen in 2 more years, but now a short that acts as a prologue to the film has been released just recently! Battle at Big Rock gives us a glimpse at how the world has adapted to the presence of the released cloned dinosaurs.
The horror of the Holocaust that happened during the Nazi Germany period will always be the setting for many movies to come. Sonderbehandlung is one of them and it’s meaning of ‘Special Treatment’ in Germany seems to imply that it might contain some great surprise.
Death comes to all living beings, and is also the only two things that are shared equally, the other being birth. And with death often comes regrets, which then becomes the theme of The Selfish Ones as it explores it in a more intimate manner.
Lying is one of the things humans do, but what happens if you take it too far? Well, Max is the film exactly about that scenario, and also explores how it might just bite you back in the least expected way.
Have you ever experienced missing your wallet in the train before? I’m sure such occurrences are pretty common among your family, friends or even yourself. Trains use that as the base of its story, and then goes in a way of Tarantino style.