We’re All Here

After moving into a new apartment, a young woman overhears ghostly voices in her podcasts.

Director’s Statement

We’re All Here is more than a horror film. It’s more than seven minutes of suspense. It’s more than a ghost story. We’re All Here is the deep love I have for this genre. It’s the cinematographic orgasm of exploring simplicity. A simplicity tied to its theme; loneliness. These characters only interact with devices, they are detached from human relationships. It’s a subtle critique of how technology is possessing us. Ghosts are a symbol of detachment and emptiness. Thank you for watching and getting a little scared!