A sudden power outage traps an unsuspecting young woman within the restrained space of an empty straight corridor, where an abstract but malevolent entity is in total control. Can the powerless woman run towards the escape door?
Although Alexia, Franco's ex-girlfriend, has been deceased for some time, Franco still has her as a contact on his social network. When he decides to delete her and move on, something strange starts to manifest through his computer.
Once again innocent Tilly for fear of the dark, was found by her stepmother sucking on her little pink thumb. But if the knotty, crooked cane won't teach Tilly a lesson, perhaps black Suckablood will; that's his intention. He is a servant of hell, vile and clever, he will creep in your dreams and will haunt you forever. So, cruel, wicked mothers beware what you wish, for Suckablood's near to collect from the foolish.Written by
Genius cinematography and clever structure and progression make Suckablood a very well put-together short film, albeit with an unintentionally comical title. It walks the fine line between a child's cautionary tale and a terrifying horror film, and does it quite gracefully. The narration is perfect and the poem is thoughtful and effective. The only reason I'm not giving it any higher a mark would have to be because of a few clichés and the fact that I would've preferred it to be straight-up terrifying horror film with no child's cautionary tale aspect to it. Though the writing and acting is brilliant, which makes it worth the 7 minutes of your time if you're into horror.
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