Telling a good story in 10 minutes takes a lot of work, but Faulty Roots delivers an important message in its short runtime.
Harvey Puttock‘s 12 minute short Yes, Virginia tells the story of a woman with an extraordinary ‘gift’. She can grant one wish to anyone she meets, but the effects are permanent and cannot be undone.
Horror and comedy can be a perfect match, and Deadly Scare is a perfect example of how the two opposing genres can work in harmony to create something brilliant.
Mason and Jay Save the World is a feel-good short film written and directed by John Woosley, which might be a welcome change from some of the darker shorts I’ve reviewed in the past.
As someone who’s very open about my mental health struggles, I’m always interested in projects that do the same. Continue reading “Short Film Saturdays: Black Mass”
Rating: ★★★ 1/2
The Wildlings Trap is arguably one of the most beautiful short films I’ve seen, as I thoroughly enjoyed the nature visuals. On par with any good nature documentary, it transports you to the world of one wildling, and what she sees as her everyday life.