A man tries to keep in touch with a woman through an old radio while being pursued by a mysterious black-clad group in a post-apocalyptic world where art has been destroyed. Director’s Statement Playing with lights and shadows is like writing poetry. I love transmitting feelings and putting up atmospheres[…]
Undress Me follows Alice (Lee Marshall), an awkward college freshman who begins to experience a mysterious and gruesome physical deterioration after a chance encounter at a frat party. Inspired by 80s body-horror films, Undress Me explores social anxiety through a gruesome horror lens.
“Traveling Show” is the third part in Matthew and The Arrogant Sea’s three part series directed by Cole Mitchek, “A bump on the head in the three parts.” This music video follows Matthew Gray as his environment becomes weirder and more mysterious the deeper he journeys in to the woods.[…]
While surprising his fiancé with a newly inherited property, a man is forced by a mysterious woman to confront his past behavior. Damage Control is a seldomly paced film with some wonderful little developments, in a contained, yet contingent situation. As we are lured in by the subtle tone, and[…]
A young man targeted by bullies meets a mysterious outgoing girl. Soon after a series of dark deeds occur seemly connected to her presence
When moving boxes into a cellar storage a man and his daughter confronts a mysterious being. Soon their ordinary afternoon turns into a desperate struggle for survival trapped in the building catacombs below.
A man living in isolation is awoken by a mysterious intruder… In this music video for UK artist Warsnare, director duo Lukas Schrank and George Thomson push the boundaries of the conventional music video edit into a triptych structure, with the three acts of the story playing out simultaneously, mirroring[…]
‘Deliverance is initialized’. Set in the future It tells the story of a young woman who wakes up in a mysterious ‘temple like’ room and must figure out what her purpose is there.
Snack-addicted bedroom-musician Lewis Bewlis is visited by a mysterious stranger, tasked with turning his life around. Directors Statement With Dumbboat, we decided to just cut loose and make a very small, low-key and entirely stupid film with just the (few) elements we had available to us. Luckily, those elements included[…]
Lorne, a wasteland traveller dealing with the oppressing boundaries of isolation, is confronted by a mysterious stranger, who helps him realise his existential fears. Wonderful, crisp and breathtaking cinematography. The story of Lorne, (Guy Pearce) is grappling and tense, brining us on an edgy and uncomfortable little journey – in[…]