Alison is left home alone on Halloween night, but while chatting with her best friend Jenna over Skype, something terrifying happens to Jenna, leaving Alison helpless on the other side of the computer screen, watching in horror.
Adam J. Yeend
What better way to relax after a hectic day in the office than a long and cool night swim under the stars? Immersed in the aqueous element like a fetus inside the mother's womb, the unsuspecting Eve enjoys the water in the privacy of her house; however, she is not alone. Apart from Margot, her cat, an intangible menace in the form of a shadowy night watcher observes from afar--invisible like the midnight breeze, yet very real. Is Eve in danger? Is this her last dive?Written by
A decent thriller who seems correct homework. The pool, the vulnerable single woman, the presence and its not comfortable identity. And, sure, the silent end. Nothing remarkable but proof , for a short-short film , of good craft. And, maybe, it is enough for a nice thriller who respects the basic rules of horror.
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