In this potpourri round-up of noteworthy shorts, we’ve got an impressive epic, a pair of twisted music treats and an homage to John Carpenter using meat!
DIR. MICHAEL CHANCE
An impressive concept film set in 1943, Chance’s short is a great-looking piece of sci-fi espionage that I’d love to see become a feature.
Animator Cyriak’s latest is a deranged trip using footage from 1963 short film, resulting in a wild ride that would have taken an infinite number of monkeys and infinite amount of time to produce.
And Pogo makes similar use out of WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY to great effect.
DIR. ROBBIE GREGSON
Comedy group Local Empire has a cautionary tale about the mysterious appearance of the meat we all know and love in a take on John Carpenter’s THE THING.
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