Fear and paranoia are around every corner in this Noir thriller. Ellen is completely alone in her sorority house for the weekend. The perfect environment for her "silly thoughts" to spin ...
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Fear and paranoia are around every corner in this Noir thriller. Ellen is completely alone in her sorority house for the weekend. The perfect environment for her "silly thoughts" to spin out of control. But when an unexpected visitor appears, Ellen must quickly decide if the danger she senses so keenly is real-or merely a figment of her wild imagination. Written by
I saw this the other day at Shriekfest here in Los Angeles. It's pretty good. Fairly predictable, but interesting. The best thing going for it is Mandy Amano who is very pleasing to look at.
The selling point of this, besides Amano, is that it is a noir and set somewhere around the 1950s, making it a little bit different than the films that share its theme, namely Sorority House Massacre and the like.
Overall, don't ignore it if you can see it, but as a short, don't run too far out of your way. The acting is passable but not amazing, the score works, but I must admit I was impressed with the set dressing. With the exception of the outside of the sorority house, all the costumes and set dressings were spot on for the time period. The color correction inside the house was also nice.
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