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Kasting (2006)

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Monica goes to an audition for a part to die for.






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Credited cast:
Monica Bertei ...
Toor Mian ...
The Voice
Joanne Arber ...
Trailer Actress
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John Perry ...
Second Voice


Monica goes to an audition for a part to die for.

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Short | Horror



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Release Date:

20 October 2006 (USA)  »

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£150 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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'Kasting' was shot in one day and all the crew worked for a percentage of the profits. This short film recouped the money and created profits so the crew eventually got paid for their work. See more »

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Kasting into the Horror Spectrum
16 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

This short film was somewhat effective in the fact that it seemed real, mainly because of the way that they shot this. This film is about Monica who is auditioning for a movie, however, the part she is playing for requires a huge contribution that Monica may have to pay severely for.

Now the acting in this film was pretty descent. Monica was pretty good for her role, however given the circumstances that she was under, or asked to do, she could have been a bit more hesitant and worried as to why this person is making her do that specific thing. Speaking of "persons," the Voice, played by Toor Mian, did a great job of voice acting. Of coarse, his voice was emotionless and monotone, but he was just so creepy because it was just a voice, no body, no head and almost psychopathic.

I thought that what this movie was missing was length and depth to this film. The concept was great and very original, however, had they made it a few minutes longer it would have built up the tension and therefore heightening the climax and making it more of a surprise. Though, other than that minor detail, this film was pretty low budget, only needing a small-enclosed set and a chair, it really conserved on the money. I was only 3 minutes long.

For a short film, I would recommend this to horror fans because it brings back those kinds of horror films like Saw, Death Tunnel and My Little Eye. For 3 minutes, it's worth it but I would not rush to go see it, if you happen to run across it online or on TV, watch it and just take the time to view how the story plays out and decide whether or not it was worth it. I would not call it entirely call it a horror film, but it was more or less of a thriller. I enjoyed it, and I hopefully wish you would to.

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