Judy cares for Peter, a senile middle aged man who lives alone. On her routine visits, Judy frequently finds the house in disarray; Peter denies that it was him and blames 'her', the one who is always watching him. Judy, concerned for Peters mental health, asks him to consider a care home, but Judy has no idea what presence has just been unleashed.
I have to admit, in the very beginning of this horror short, I though it was going to be one of those boring, "serious" type short films.
But then as it went along, it turned out to be a pretty original idea, done really well. Kind of creepy.
Caught this at Frightfest Glasgow 2016, and it was definitely one of the better movies this year. I liked it. It's nothing flashy or anything, but it managed to be really silent and quiet, while still being entertaining. Now, I know it's only 8 minutes or so, but still, 8 minutes can be boring.
Actually last year Katie Bonham (the director) also had one of the best, if not the best, short movie of Frightfest: "the Paper Route". Well done!
Someone give this woman some money and let her make a feature length!
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