After totaling his car on the way to work, New Mexico native Martin Reed is left with puzzling questions about the cause of the crash and his surprising lack of injuries. Plagued by ... See full summary »
After totaling his car on the way to work, New Mexico native Martin Reed is left with puzzling questions about the cause of the crash and his surprising lack of injuries. Plagued by recurring nightmares, he decides to box up his belongings and make a fresh start in the Midwest. However, Martin's plans go awry when he gets a visit from a young woman who claims she witnessed the accident and that forces beyond their understanding were at work. Written by
My family and I LOVE this short film! I was so impressed with what was done on such a small budget, but even more impressed with the story line. It was unique, engaging, and chilling.
I am a fan of how the 'creature' was shown in this short. With a small budget, you don't have the resources to build something high quality, and just showing a hint of this 'creature' in the film worked well budget-wise and it left enough to the viewer's imagination. I have seen another short production recently that had a good story line which was destroyed by the cheesiness of the "monster" in the film.
The suspense was right on and saving the 911 phone call for the end was genius! I would definitely recommend watching this short film to others. The accolades won so far are no surprise to me and I have no doubt there are more to come.
Congratulations Zipper! crew on a film well done!
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