|Film Title: My Skin||Year Released: 2002|
|Reviewed By: Horror Bob|
|Movie Website: Click Here|
|Overall Stars: ****||Scare Factor: **1/2|
I don't know what to say, I am simply blown away by all three films that indie film director Christopher Allan Broadstone send my way. You my friend are a fucking genius and should be making films for a studio. Some might say that I am a bit easy towards indie filmmakers and their low budget films, however only someone with no sense of great horror could give any of his films bad reviews. It fucked to say that for the hour I spent watching all of Chris's films that all of them are by far some of the best films I have reviewed this year. Once again their is someone that Hollywood really needs to look into investing their money in. Anyway on with my review....
"My Skin" may start off for some as a bit confusing, you might not know what's going on at first. But what is so breathtaking about this film is the style and the photography, the shoots used will just suck you right in. The fell and effect from the story are just plain brilliant.
Now I really don't want to give the story away as "My Skin" is only about 13mins long. But it is by far one of the best short films I have ever seen in my life. A lot of work and dedication was put into the script, and it shows big time.
As far as acting goes, and yes I'm going to praise the shit out of someone again, and you know what every filmmaker should pay close attention to this. One name says it all and this guy seems to be in all of Chris' films. TONY SIMMONS the guy is one of the best actors I've seen in a long time. The guy is brilliant.
Overall get your hands on the DVD, your a fool if you don't. I can't express it enough how great all the films are on this DVD.
Check out my other two reviews from the other short films on this DVD here.
- Horror Bob
Note: "My Skin" came in second place for best horror short at Shriekfest in 2003.
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