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Tag: short film

“The Playground”: Milo and I made a movie

For the past few weeks, my 5-year-old Milo has wanted to “make a movie.” For fun, you know. And yesterday, we decided what the hell, let’s do it. So, we conceptualized, filmed, and edited the following short film – “The Playground” – on one hot Saturday afternoon. All we knew going into it was this… Read More ›

Horror Short Review: ‘Your Date is Here’ (2017)

Confession: I don’t often watch short films. And, really, there is zero reason behind it. Shorts are brisk, to the point, and I swear every time I see one, I am reminded that I need to watch more. This is such the case with 2017’s Your Date is Here, written and directed by Zak White and Todd Spence…. Read More ›

Review: Baggage (2013)

From Mumbles to Benjamin.  In his newest short film “Baggage,” Rob Dimension ditches the clown make-up and booze for black frame glasses and a curious little briefcase. Short films are an interesting thing.  You’re provided an extremely limited amount of time (typically under 30 minutes) to process the information given.  Because of this, shorts often… Read More ›

Review: No Clowning Around (2012)

Bozo. Shakes. Pennywise. Clown Dog. Grimm. Vulgar. The annals of clowndom are filled with psychos, sad sacks, and killers from outer space. Mumbles, the anti-hero of the short No Clowning Around, falls somewhere between Shakes and Vulgar. He drinks hard, curses, dates junkies, pals around with foul mouthed Muppets and generally creates chaos wherever he… Read More ›