In the city of Machine, a ruthless serial killer by the name of White Rabbit, continues to put fear into the hearts of all people, as she evades capture yet again. Gryphen, new to the city,... See full summary »
In the city of Machine, a ruthless serial killer by the name of White Rabbit, continues to put fear into the hearts of all people, as she evades capture yet again. Gryphen, new to the city, and with a history just as bad as the White Rabbits, is looking to make a name for himself. Best way to do that, is take down the White Rabbit. By doing so he will gain the respect of the crime lords and the fear of the public. But taking down the White Rabbit isn't going to be as easy as Gryphen thought it was going to be. Because once he tracks her down, Gryphen will find the White Rabbit has more than a few tricks up her sleeve. Written by
Cocky young guy Gryphen (burly Matthew Scott) wants to make a name for himself by nabbing ruthless and notorious elusive serial killer White Rabbit (lovely brunette Melissa Gerolimos). However, capturing White Rabbit proves to be easier said than done. Writer/director Scott crafts a nifty and enjoyable little horror short that unfolds at a brisk pace, maintains an admirably hard and gritty tone throughout, and throws in a neat surprise plot twist at the dark and nasty ending. The acting by the small cast is uniformly sound, with especially stand-out work by Gerolimos as one very cunning and lethal murderess. Scott's shuddery synthesizer score does the shivery trick. Rob Rogers' sharp black and white cinematography is likewise impressive. Why, we even get some decent graphic bloodshed and plenty of pleasingly raw profane dialogue. Worth a watch.
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