"In this industry, the new owners prefer to kill anything they weren't responsible for."

- Tom Berenger

Reviews

  • A review of View From My Window
    by MMA on 12/18/2013
    A view from my window is an interesting piece of film, very strange like an acid trip gone wrong I don't know if that's the angle you were going for but I'm not sure its for me though the animation was a bit poor and even though I got the point of him being deluded seeing random things but i thought it would of been better if all the stories had a bit more plot or maybe interlinked... read
  • A review of Clean Before Loading
    by benito2 on 12/18/2013
    Let’s start with the End; this music at the end is so good, that the viewer gets to watch all the credits, which is something very good. My suggestion is that this same sound track at the beginning of the short film would make it even more attractive from the start. Even know, on the portal of Trigger Street, the Vimeo streaming was not very good, so I went looking on You Tube,... read
  • A review of Reach
    by brokenarrow on 12/19/2013
    Nice little story. Sound was good – didn't need to get close to my laptop to hear, which is always a plus in my book. Great detail from shadows, to lint/debris falling, to the power meter dropping to zero when the toy unplugged. As far as it losing power before getting to the window was predicable, but still worth the watch. Keep up the great work.
  • A review of Second Hand Wings
    by brokenarrow on 12/19/2013
    I was actually impressed with your short, its flickering older/fading out of focus film style. Your panning the scene area with close ups and your main character walking around the tree set up your story entertaining me during opening credits... Well done. Although the sound level was too low for my laptop, the action of the actors portrayed the story well and I eventually... read
  • A review of Awks
    by BUNKER on 12/19/2013
    This was a fun youtube video, but if I were to rate this as to whether or not I would put it in a film festival, I'd have to say no. I had a friend who hates the movie The Sixth Sense. She had no idea what the movie was about when she went to see it, so this wasn't a spoiler based let down. She knew Bruce Willis was dead the entire movie, she didn't figure it out, she didn't... read
  • by WillMorris26 on 12/20/2013
    To begin you have some dated video editing and poor motion graphics work which is not only painful on the eye but it makes you feel as if a 4 year old had edited it. But when it continues you begin to like Elmar as a person and you gain interest in to what he's saying to you. He does a good job of laying down the facts without being too boring.
  • A review of Reeled In
    by EugyBizzaro on 12/20/2013
    This short film starts out with two guys setup for a nice little fishing trip away from it all. The Boss and the Employee sit down for a beer and a chat. It comes out that the Employees wife has been missing for a week. The Boss says maybe he should talk about it and get it out. The Employee says that his Boss should talk he is single. They quarrel and the Boss goes on a walk... read
  • A review of Shelter by the Sea
    by EugyBizzaro on 12/20/2013
    This short film has true heart and is perfect little jewel of film. The contrast of this beautiful abandoned summer home by the sea and the fact that the Homeless Man is living there is stark. The Haves and the Have Nots. The subject matter is suburb. The Homeless Man is well read and the film just lets him speak. His words are his. This film simply lets him be. Things are... read
  • by FirstAndLastFilms on 12/20/2013
    Overall, Dark Places in the Sunshine, was a well crafted piece of independent cinema. But like all works of art, it is not without it's faults. But I don't like to focus on the negative because who am I to judge. The cinematography was beautiful, for the most part and the editing was tight, pacing was good. At not one point did I feel the story lagged. The majority of the acting... read
  • A review of Scal's Big Tip
    by brokenarrow on 12/22/2013
    Well, who said you can't learn from movies... I now remember how to grasp a golf club – Thanks! Having had a job that relied on tips to supplement income, I had to check out your short movie. You did a very good job with the whole production; from story, to actors, to scene location, lighting, direction, angle on, close-ups, daydreams, and a very hats off to your editing –... read
  • A review of Still Falls the Rain
    by brokenarrow on 12/22/2013
    Very well made movie. Story was simple, but created great scenes from an era long since over. Actors sure put a lot of emotions into their faces, movements – Well done! The only thing I didn't care for that much, was the chase scene. It was too jumpy in spots losing center tracking of the characters. It may have worked better to use slow motion in some of those segments. In... read
  • by EugyBizzaro on 12/22/2013
    I like this gritty little film. The acting was fun. The characters were entertaining. The movie threw in a little twist. I liked the tongue in cheek twists in the story. Annnnnnnnnnd in the end, everyone lives happily ever after. Refreshing for this day in age. Oh, and nobody died. Yeah!!!!!!! Cute. Funny. I watched it a second time. I really like the characters because they... read
  • A review of Awks
    by EugyBizzaro on 12/23/2013
    There wasn't enough meat in this film to get my interest. The film needs more development. It almost hits the mark but doesn't land. Kerlunk! Perhaps, throwing a little more information about each of the characters so the viewer would actually care about listening to what the characters have to say. Maybe, it is just that, I as a viewer just can't get interested in the film... read
  • A review of Bill's Dilemma
    by EugyBizzaro on 12/23/2013
    I have always loved stories about time travel. This short little film exposes some of the problems that man has when traveling in time. It's always a curse to some degree when one decides to jump in time to avoid pain in the present time. Since everyone only has one time stream then decisions on traveling in time have to be seriously weighed. Humans do want to avoid emotional... read
  • A review of It's Just A Movie
    by melaniebooth on 12/23/2013
    It had a good reason to it, promoting a different side of view is educational. The art direction was original, and made things very literal- which was fun to watch. The editing was spot on, including the special effects. All over I really liked it. Not enough people still incorporate campy-ness in their movies- especially shorts!
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