A drunken joyride turns tragic when a group of college kids accidentally run over a schoolgirl. Desperate to cover up the accident, they dismember the girl and bury her body in a remote ... See full summary »
A drunken joyride turns tragic when a group of college kids accidentally run over a schoolgirl. Desperate to cover up the accident, they dismember the girl and bury her body in a remote abandoned building. Five years later, upon hearing the building is slated for demolition, they journey back to the grisly tomb to move the corpse, only to find an angry soul intent on bloody revenge. Written by
In one scene, Julia (the schoolgirl), who was wrapped in plastic, was told to cough up and choke on blood on cue. What we didn't find out until later, was that she also started a nosebleed as soon as the director called, "Action." See more »
It's hard to make an effective short horror film and We All Fall Down is a pretty decent, if ultimately forgettable, little film. A typical morality horror tale, it tells the story of a group of kids who accidentally run over a little girl and, of course, must face the consequences at that most difficult of times: "FIVE YEARS LATER"... You probably get the idea by now. We All Fall Down has it's creepy moments and some genuinely disturbing scenes. It falls short in it's jumping on the American "Japanese Horror" bandwagon both in story and style, and with it's generic albeit decent performances. None the less, there is some definite talent in this little short and it's worth the watch but you probably won't lose any sleep over it.
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