Terror Trail 2
John and Eric make there way through Glastenbury Mountain as they search for their friend.John and Eric make there way through Glastenbury Mountain as they search for their friend.John and Eric make there way through Glastenbury Mountain as they search for their friend.
A rollercoaster ride with no dull moments!
The short film is "a rollercoaster ride with no dull moments" because of the editing, story and dialogues. Switching between the search and a flashback about the warnings received by John (Played by Paul Dulski) from a folklorist (Played by me, Darsh Davis) through a video chat. We get to see what's happening with Eric (Played by Jeremy Pratico) and John as they enter the area and also what John remembers about his chat with the Folkorist. The short film is made as if it has been recorded by Eric and John as they document what happens with them so that they can help any future people exploring the area. Thus, it has a "found footage" feel to it with no clumsy movements or awkward angles. Paul and Jeremy have well studied the found footage filming techniques and it shows here. Katie Kenworthy as the creature has nailed the body language and the look is creepy! Considering the limited budget, time and resources, it is excellently made. No mature content but still super scary. Can be watched with kids. Among the most fun and thrilling shorts you will watch! Highly recommended!
- Oct 16, 2022
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