A Short, Horror Movie Review
So when you view horror movie shorts, you wonder if it's got the power to lure you in. To capture your attention, literally from the first, five seconds, through to the end, is an absolute must, yeah? Well, Placebo held me for the few minutes of the movie, but because it's a short, I was left with questions...
Don't get me wrong; this movie is creepy. It's weird too, but only due to the actual premise of the story. I believe it's one of those art pieces where, no matter who views it, they'll take away a different perspective on what was happening.
I can't say too much, because it will give away the movie, but you won't think the same as I did. You won't feel the same as I did, and for the very few, they'll think it was a waste. It's not. There's a secret hidden within the shutters of this movie and it's very strong, to me. It says a great deal on what we, as people, do and see within ourselves. I was impressed, but still wanted a little more. The woman in the video has issues- and in one of the briefest of short scenes, I cringed.
You have to watch Placebo for yourself. Tell me what you think, if you like, in the comments section below and I'll tell you what I thought.
Until then, cheers and have a fabulous day!
Produced by Workobey Films
Written and Directed by Andrew J. D. Robinson
Stars Aileigh Karson, maura Stephens and Jennifer Trudrung
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