«You seem to be fixated on horror films, and we always see pretty much the same result. An attempt at a different genre may help you to expand your imagination. The unanswered questions which have been noted before are incomprehensible; the homeless guy's knowledge of the killer, the poisoning, etc. As I said, work on a genre with which you can create a more stable plot. 2.5/5»
«Ok, this was a decent effort here Sarcraft. I thought the camerawork at the beginning was actually pretty good and I liked your use of music in general, although occasionally it didn't really suit the mood of the scene.. It was all good music though, especially the romantic-y type track you used at the start alongside the flying cityscape shots (which were pretty nice as well).
Unfortunately, there were a lot of plot holes here.. For a start, who was the random hobo? Why did he know about the chainsaw-wielding maniac in the cellar? Who poisoned him? You need to put more time into this and work on your story more. Character development is absolutely vital to any story, and you need to give the audience more background info, more reason to like the characters, a reason to connect with them. Also, there was a small error at the start where the background showing through the window changed pretty obviously.
Overall, this was a decent effort at a slasher horror, but once again, your story lets you down. You have to give the audience a better idea what's going on so they can connect with the story. Not a bad effort, but try and work on the story more, and keep filming
*** - 3 stars»
«I dont think this was a bad effort, but it could have been better. The chainsaw scene at the end seemed a bit comical, because he was throwing it around like it weighed a kilo. I really liked the soundtrack though, i think the Cannibal Holocaust theme music is one of the best and i liked the way you used it. I wasnt too keen on the nudity, it seemed a bit unneccesay, but it wasnt for too long, so thats ok.
I would probably like to see you make more of a story out of it. The ending seemed a bit rushed, so in the future maybe drag it out a bit more. I would like the scary scenes to be longer than the normal ones.
Overall not a bad effort! »
«You do love that chainsaw don't you?
Like I said before, you need to concentrate more on plot and story. This was just a mishmash of scenes, with no connecting narrative.
Here's an example: guy goes into basement and can't find a First Aid kit, but he can find a chainsaw?»
I think it was creative, and had an overall good use of mods and music, maybe besides the Dracula theme, but it was again a very bland little movie.
On her way to work, the main character runs unto a strange homeless man who claims he knows where she works, and not to go into the basement. OK, well of course the killer is in the basement, but there was nothing really setting us up to see the killer. There needs to be some depth as to
1. How the old man knows the killer is down there
2. Just how in the world the killer even got there in the first place
It could of been a very interesting story but you tell the audience nothing, OK, so theres a strange man with a chainsaw in the basement of a diner. How did he get there?
Im sorry If I sound like a dick, but this is where you give the characters a backstory, not just force them down our throats.»
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