Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Review: The Many Doors of Albert Whale (2011)

First I´d like to thank Drew Daywalt, for providing me with a screener, and Char Hardin for helping me getting in contact with him. Here is a link to her excellent blog: http://charhardin.blogspot.se/ .
Albert Whale (Kit Williamson), a troubled, sickly young man, has a secret: he's holding a demon (Tara Cardinal) hostage in his kitchen. The Many Doors of Albert Whale is written by Drew Daywalt and directed by Marichelle Daywalt. Good acting from both Kit Williamson who actually has the only speaking part and Tara Cardinal who "speak" through her eyes and body language. It features nice camerawork and editing. There is a very nice atmosphere, sights and sounds helps create a tense and creepy little short film. The make-up fx design for the demon is very nice. There is no gore or T & A in this.
This review is based upon a online screener provided by Drew Daywalt.
Rating: 7 out of 7. I enjoyed The Many Doors of Albert Whale a lot. Well made and creepy. I will be checking out more short films from Drew Daywalt and Marichelle Daywalt in the near future.


1 comment:

  1. Good review and thanks for the nod/link. I am so glad you were able to see it. :) Char