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 ...
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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 »
"We All Fall Down" re-defines psychological thriller!
"We All Fall Down" is one of those film shorts every festival wants ... a short so good that it leaves you wanting more! It is an edge-of-your-seat ride into some serious psychological mind-games. "We All Fall Down" is so much more than your typical horror-genre short film: It re-defines the term psychological thriller. This film will send chills down your spine with some never-before-seen special effects. It is superbly acted with a tight script and more suspense than most feature-length horror films possess. Jake Kennedy has a bright and brilliant future ahead of him if this dark and haunting project is any indication. "We All Fall Down" is a must-see (even if you may not sleep for a few nights afterward). This is the kind of film that will keep audience members talking for days after the screening. Haunting. Chilling. Brilliant. - Patrick Schweiss Director, Sedona International Film Festival & Workshop
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