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Watch Jordan Downey’s Short Film Techno Western

24 April 2017 8:33 AM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

He's induced laughter and chills in previous projects like ThanksKilling, Critters: Bounty Hunter, and Red Weather, but in his latest short film, director Jordan Downey channels the nostalgia of Stranger Things and combines it with the coming-of-age poignancy of early Stephen King stories in Techno Western, which you can watch right now on Daily Dead.

In addition to Techno Western, which you can watch below, we also have a Q&A with Downey that offers more insights into the making of the short film.

"What was the genesis and inspiration for this project?

Jordan Downey: The idea, really, is drawn from my childhood. When I was a kid I would always take my squirt guns and spray paint them to look like some cannon or prop from Star Wars. I’d duct tape flashlights and pocket knives to the barrel and pretend to go “hunting” in the woods for bad guys. »

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