In the short version of The Leviathan, the story took place in a future where human slaves harvest "exotic matter" from the eggs of huge species, apparently including a giant space whale. ... See full summary »
A young boy living in the near future looks for an escape from a home with arguing parents. As a way to cope with the recent arguments from his parents he receives a robot companion that he ends up abusing.
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A Russian drone operator uses a nuclear powered drone to lure alien object to the orbit, immobilizes them and captute them. But when that object came close to earth, the drome operator ... See full summary »
I thought this was a really effective short that I found to be consistently tense and well acted, the idea of insidious monstrous invaders living among us in secret has always been an unsettling one in all the story's and classic movies it's been featured in over the years and I found it especially creepy in this short, the prawn/ladyparts-faced monster people were weird and interesting, I thought the cgi of them was pretty dang top notch, and if nothing else, effects-wise this short is a winner, and I loved how it could have been open to interpretation if you like regarding whether the deranged man was really seeing what he was or if it was all some faulty drug messing with his mind, it never really spelled it out either way, and I thought it was pretty harrowing and sad stuff at the end as he went back to his old office to shoot up the place and let himself be shot, some pretty scary parallels to real life events there, apart from the monsters of course... Doesn't seem to have hit anyone else on here the same way but I liked this, it was an effective spin on an old idea and it creeped me out a little, and monsters that no one else can see as well as losing your mind are both pretty scary concepts, very good short to me, not everyone's gonna like it but it's certainly worth watching! Solid work x
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