And we snap back to the tight-format filmmaking. In ninety seconds, you know everyone in the story and what’s happening. There’s a plot twist, a creepy line of dialogue and then black out to credits. We know what happens without having to see gory effects and we don’t need to know why it happened for it to horrify us. Nicely done.
This was actually the first Fewdio film I saw, following a link posted by one of my friends on Facebook. You can check it out on Youtube. And if you want to support the people who make these films, consider picking up the DVD collection, Nightmare House.