When combined, solitude, recent tragedy and traumas from the past can prove to be a lethal cocktail inducing an overdose of regrets, as it is the case with Santiago Meneghini’s exquisitely spooky and metaphorical short Regret.
Quiet, almost muted as it is, So What If the Goats Die speaks volumes to the audience, not about the possible life with the aliens, but about the life as it is, as we know and live.
In Nalle Sjöblad’s ‘Limbo’, the light “horror” style serves its purpose to mask a straight-up social drama that lays in the centre of the plot, making it a possible programming choice for both genre-oriented and “regular” film festivals…
Heat is predominantly a dark comedy, laced with the elements of body horror realized through a variety of outlandish and even cartoonish, but highly effective visual- and special make-up effects, done by Thaumar Rep and Rob Hillenbrink, respectively.
Benevolent Ba is certainly a film that is extremely fun to watch, deliciously tense and absurd at the same time. The script economy is marvelous and the characters, even those who could serve as passers-by, are developed to a certain extent over the film’s brief runtime of just nine minutes.