Occurrence At Mills Creek (Short)
Release Date: July 5, 2019
Run Time: 19 minutes
Reviewed By: Adam
“15 year old Cassandra (Alexa Mechling) awakens to find herself weak and on display in a casket under the vigil of her elder sister Clara (Ava Psoras) in their home. As she slowly regains her strength, Cassandra’s desperate attempts to be seen and heard are perceived as terrifying and unnatural occurrences by Clara, forcing her to consider possibility that she may actually be dead.”
Holy cliff hanger Batman! The short of Occurrence At Mills Creek leaves you wanting more and believe me, there is more to come. The feature film is projected to be out next summer. Occurrence At Mills Creek (the short) was made to be a film festival cut and they did a great job choosing which part to use. As a short, I wouldn’t have been mad if it was a little shorter, but it certainly gets the point across. As a preview for the future film, it leaves you with your jaw on the floor. I’m sure Don Swanson and crew are cleaning up at the festivals. Can’t wait to see what’s in store for the full length feature!
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Definitely sounds like a good one!!
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