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    Your shorts are always a joy to watch Aram , looking forward to this one .
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    Thank you Ian. I hope you like this one. Its a little campy but fun.
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    Is This Brokeback Mountain?
    I AM COMING FOR YOU!


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    i can't wait to see the brevis stuff, how did you guys monitor the thing?


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    Well since I had to sit most of the time I used a 9" sony upsidedown and the magnet trick. The little bit of handheld stuff was shot by Deedive.
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    the pro sony monitor?


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    Yup Yup.
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    man i want one of thoes Monitors....
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    C'mon, Aram . . . frame grabs, BTS stills, anything? Looking forward to what you've all cooked up!
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    Review | POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT! I watch the movies first time around strictly for enjoyment, second and third for review.

    Hey Team, great entry. It's cool what you pulled off even with a handicap. (No offense, that was a compliment!) That was a pretty creative intro you put together!!!! Nice touch!

    Script - A horror story, that's for sure. I saw it coming from the get-go, but that's almost the point. I can imagine it played out on paper a bit creepier than on screen, a straight forward piece. I didn't like the very end. Not the resolution per-say, but the way it went off. Candles Re-light, what does she get burned then?

    Direction - The STRONGEST point of this short EASY. On the second watch around I had chuckled aloud at the professional shots. Great use of the adapter as part of the camera, definitely. Nice framing in most parts. The part where the girl jumps on the couch was weird. But you held on some really funny (haha) stuff. I loved it.

    Acting - Couldn't get into acting, but I'm sure the girls tried their hardest. There were some good line deliveries. My personal favorite was "oh hell nah". It was actually hilarious.

    Cine/Lighting - Really dark. There were things I felt like I should see but couldn't at all because it was just too dark. I wanted to reach in and lighten things up a bit. Some of it worked well, like the hallway scene but at times that also got too dark. Compositions were good for the most part.

    Editing - Not too shabby at all. Dun ever have much to say in this field, just whether it stood out as not so good or good. Only a few odd cuts and holds. Fade-outs in the wrong place, maybe? Just an opinion.

    Sound - Voices weren't so muddled. The ambient noise in the beginning even worked. Background music went unnoticed and was, for the most part, a part of the short. So that worked as well.

    Special Effects - Neato mouse movement and Quija board thingy shifting. looked like the magnet under the table trick yeah?? It was a nice little addition. As well as the candles being relit. On the first watch it was just natural, which is the point.

    Scariest Moments - I'd say the stand up and turn-around part. It was effective. Expected, but effective enough. Not saying that I jumped or anything... - cough-

    Overall consensus - In comparison to your Hero-Fest entry this is a lot better. And maybe because it wasn't Special FX driven and you didn't have to worry about framing for this and that. I think you did a great job! Thanks for entering!
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