We’re getting close now. Just 5 more days to go.
Or possibly less, if you happen to run into Mr. Creek.
While there’s nothing particularly ground breaking about this film, it’s a solid example of the fundamentals of a horror short film done exactly right. Every aspect is used perfectly. Music, sound effect, creepy nursery rhyme, acting, briefest glimpses of the monster? Check, check and check.
It kind of feels like this should come in the middle of a longer piece. It has the feel of part of a larger story. Possibly the end of the prologue or the first act. It very much has a Babadook vibe going for it, which is definitely a good thing.
A genuinely creepy video, it’ll make you jump even if you’re expecting it.
But that’s not all I have for you today. Oh no. To coincide with the Halloween Countdown 2016, the e-book of The Serpent’s Eye is available free from Amazon from now until midnight on Halloween. If you haven’t got your copy already, head over there now to download a tale of creeping madness and incomprehensible fears.
And of course, if you prefer, the paperback version is available for purchase as well.
All I ask in return is a review on Amazon or Goodreads. I always like to hear what you all think, and it honestly helps me no end.