Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Horror Review: Remote (2010)


Temporarily connected in time, a man tries to prevent the murder of a young woman, living in his house 30 years in the past.

Short films seem to be making a comeback nowadays, we've come a long way from the days of Super 8 films and this short film shows us that.


We're introduced to Matt Reid (played by Ron Basch) who, on a cold february night loses his cable signal due to a severe snowstorm. As he flicks through the channels he comes across a mirror image of his apartment, only its decorated differently and there's a woman named Justine (played by Sarah Silverthorne) living there & both look as confused as the other............And that's where thing's get going!

Now as you know by my reviews I don't like to give too much away but I will say that this film, even though it only clock's in at just over 18 minutes, has great surprises and is very well done! Even the acting is superb. I fully recommend it to anyone who like's there short horror's, It is a real gem!


Marc Roussel made this short film, remember that name because I'm sure we'll see it more & more of it in the future.  

To see the "Remote" trailer click here

To see "Remote"'s IMBD page click here

For the "Remote" Facebook page click here

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