Friday, October 9, 2009
A provocative short film, (Spek.ter) captures the imagination which makes you use your mind to discover the sadistic layers of the film. A short film which is 14 minutes long literally tormented my mind and moved me from one end of the couch to the other, this short is quicker then a hiccup that tampers with the mind faster then a raging hard on. Each person that gets the opportunity to see this film will generally have a different interpretation as to what is going on and why.
Dani, a young, Gothic model is plagued by screams and a mysterious psycho with a knife, a mutilated woman in a bathtub filled with blood, something is seriously wrong, maybe a past that is so haunting, the only way to live in peace is to end your own life. Question is, what is this woman's motives?
Spek.ter rabidly sends shockwaves through your braincells. There is no general plot of the film because it's a mind teaser, meaning each individual will see certain areas in a different way.
Director Terrence Kelsey knows horror, given only a 14 minute showcase, his work displays all aspects of a horror film, the dark and eerie house with a distant thunderstorm hike up the creep factor along with nudity, gore and atmosphere. Terrence Kelsey's film covers it all. With what he has done with this 14 minute short, I'm scared to see what he could produce and direct given an hour and a half and a million dollar budget, case closed, remakes would fade away and the horror genre would have a new savior.
I Am What I Say I Am "RATED R" [JohnnyHorror]