Animation done by the writer/ director Cyprien Nozières wanders from super cute to dystopian surrealism with claustophobic walls and shadows, brushes over fantastic realism and transforms into a food slasher.
Writer/ director Louisa Weichmann’s short horror drama with comic elements is not a simple linear story about a woman who experiences dreadful things during one night.
As the writer, director and editor of the film, Lyons quite successfully channels the energy and the atmosphere of a British midnight flick, playing with strangeness and terror by pitting an individual against an angry lynch mob.
Labouri’s Yandere is a proper exercise in elegance in blending the different film techniques and approaches, with nods to Japanese and French animation and retro-futurism as a concept.
Writer/ director Andrea Corsini didn’t use as much as a sentence in his script that is built on strong visuals and excellent performances by both lead actors. Della Rosa is diabolical as the woman on her ruthless quest, ice-cold and calculated, led by primal instinct.
Kasia Babicz, working on her own script in this Warsaw Film School production, does her best to show rather then tell what is going on. Already scarce dialogue in the prologue completely disappears from the picture once the couple moves in together
What starts as a high-concept comedy quickly turns into a satire about the influence of the technology on basic human relationships and then to a retro-styled slasher in Carlyn Hudson’s frantic short Waffle.
Before you start watching Paul Holbrook’s & Sam Dawe’s short horror Hungry Joe, make sure your stomache’s empty.
Laura hasn’t slept in a while. Her recurring nightmare makes her believe that she will find her end should she ever see the true face of the man who’s after her night after night.