Reviews

  • A review of THE MAFIA TYPE
    by ejjambaro on 08/16/2014
    Solid story telling but the main flaw was the production values. That irritating tempo music felt so cheesy and campy to put in the background, it sometimes drowned out the actual dialogue. The cool opening pulled the viewer in and the story was plausible enough to believe. I don't think the news cast was needed and the rushed exposition at the end made me believe this was... read
  • A review of The Right Fork
    by sundial83 on 08/12/2014
    I tried watching this film on Wednesday, August 13th 2014 @ 12:55 AM. Unfortunately, this review will be brief as I was unable to play it due to its removal from Vimeo. Hopefully, other users will be made aware of this and compensated for the missed opportunity to view this work. I voted No on this film being considered for competition because it was unavailable when I went... read
  • A review of Maximum Reality
    by sundial83 on 08/12/2014
    PROS: - The shots were clear, stable, and well-framed. - The woman portraying the victim gave a watchable performance. - Seeing the victim in such an undignified position added a certain air of discomfort that worked in the film's favor. - The concept is an interesting one and I could tell that the script, on its own, is pretty good. CONS: - I found the performances unconvincing;... read
  • A review of The Policemans Story
    by sundial83 on 08/12/2014
    You did a splendid job building suspense; towards the end, I found myself squirming in my chair and edging back from the screen because the atmosphere was so effective. Now, I've got a real aversion to anything in the supernatural horror genre because I'm terrified of anything to do with demonic possession. I bring this up because that's where I thought this film was heading,... read
  • by TimothyStrader on 08/11/2014
    Interesting idea with a chupacabra chasing down an old score. I enjoy the idea of a perennial curse. So, there is potential there. What detracts from the film is the hackneyed characters and jokes. Not sure when this video was posted, but it is definitely dated. There were a couple of good punchlines "fear-rection" and "do you think he's going to be alright?" but mostly the... read
  • A review of The Infinite Flu
    by TimothyStrader on 08/11/2014
    What a great piece of tone. Throughout the short film is this awesome introspective and mysterious vibe. Technically, this is achieved well by the long cuts at the beginning along with the close ups of monkeys. I felt as if they were like old spirits watching over the place. I got a "horror" vibe from them. And, the music is a perfect fit: mystical and slow. The TV was... read
  • A review of The Infinite Flu
    by VonNiederauer on 08/09/2014
    I absolutely loved this piece! I have a feeling I won't be alone. This should be used as a training video to teach others how to film, edit, sound quality, etc. etc. It was great right from the short but humorous log line to the twist ending. The acting was amazing even the voice of the boss. The dialogue effortlessly funny. I will be looking for more from Bunker! Bravo!
  • A review of Respect 101
    by EugyBizzaro on 08/08/2014
    Who is the real thug? Respect 101 is the story of a maniac. He seems like he is sane but not really. He has gone over the edge to THAT ZONE. This was a really different story. The cast and crew were solid. I would hate for this character to be living in my neighborhood. Very dark and creepy. Good acting. TY E.B.
  • A review of Dog Days
    by EugyBizzaro on 08/08/2014
    This was a good film. Very pro. Ba da bing! The acting was solid and the camera work had good flow. I wish that there was more information given about the female character. Perhaps, a cellphone call where she says something like ", Honey, I'll bring home some steaks and we can fire up the barbeque. Love you too." I just felt like a little more info. would have made me feel... read
  • A review of Snitches Get Bullets
    by EugyBizzaro on 08/08/2014
    This film takes one through a portal down into the depths of the ghetto. It smells of blood, sweat and tears. The cast and crew are excellent. Thumbs up to the camera crew and their excellent pace and great timing of the shots. You caught the tension which makes this film play well. I would like to see this made into a full length feature if you could manage to throw in a little... read
  • by EugyBizzaro on 08/08/2014
    Oh what a surprise!!!!!!! The cast and crew did an excellent job. Birthdays are either full of fun or little days of horror. Everything either goes right or terribly wrong. This film is full of middle aged drama and angst. It has twists and turns and one doesn't know where it will lead. My mouth is sealed. I'm not telling! There is evil lurking in the wings and trouble just... read
  • A review of The Carved Pumpkin
    by VonNiederauer on 08/08/2014
    Well, that was cute! At first sight I was a bit worried at the awful quality. Felt like some grainy short you would see on Sesame Street in the seventies. That said I accepted it for all its vintage orangey glory and watched on. Glad I did because it was really great. The the speed of the action, the cuts, the frenetic flashing all of it just perfect. The flow of the story... read
  • A review of Thinkin' Big
    by EugyBizzaro on 08/07/2014
    Elmer, Elmer, Elmerrrrrrrrrrrrr, of all the "Dare to Be Great," stuff out there yours is right there in the mix. I watched the clip several times and I don't seem to be changed. I only feel older. Does this clip come with a money back guarantee????? How do you think this stuff up??? Is it the bed you are sleeping on, is it too hard? Did you eat too much paste in grammer school?... read
  • by EugyBizzaro on 08/07/2014
    Haunting and dark, this short film was great. Sad and moody, the camera work was solid. I didn't know where this film was going and it was a thriller. I think I am going to sleep with the lights on tonight. Good acting. I would like to see more of Christopher. He has a dark style. Very Alfred Hitchcock!!!!! TY E.B.
  • A review of A Chorus Girl
    by EugyBizzaro on 08/07/2014
    I hated the blackbox set. All the furniture should have been painted a middle grey. The mess of different hodgepodge furniture was distracting and ugly. This of course is a actors piece. The middle shot of the overhead lights was ugly. The only thing that saved this piece was the acting and the writing. The acting was solid and good. The cameraman needed another take for this... read
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