Sometimes, the gas man needs to read the meter. Sometimes, he has other things in mind.

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Sometimes, the gas man needs to read the meter. Sometimes, he has other things in mind.

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Short | Horror | Thriller

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NOT a nod to Dumb and Dumber
27 August 2014 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

I saw The Gas Man at its world premiere at FrightFest and loved it.

Beautifully shot and acted, The Gas Man sees a woman in her home answer the door to, well, the Gas Man!

She lets him in to read the meter but when in the house, he makes her feel very uncomfortable.

It's a short, so I won't divulge any more plot. Brief though it is, you do need to see this without knowledge of the outcome. Simple yet effective, it makes very good use of the setting and is never obvious as to where it is headed.

Matt Palmer has made a gripping piece which leaves an impression long after it finishes.

Horror fans need to check this out; the finale is, in a word, chilling.


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