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Just a quick s feature on a Sketchbook Pictures short film which is coming your way soon… VERY soon.

‘Bill’ is a British short film directed by the guys at Sketchbook Pictures. It was shot on a limited budget with minimal crew, and do you know what? It shows promise. The camera work and underlying soundtrack help to build tension with a creepy conclusion.

It will premier tomorrow (11th May) so keep an eye on our social media for links

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Reviewed by Siobhan


Welcome back everyone! Have you guys missed me? I’ve missed you — I mean that in the least creepy way it is possible for a complete stranger on the Internet to say that to you. It’s been a minute since I’ve had a chance to write something new for you guys, so hopefully you won’t be disappointed.

Bigger & Badder is a short film created by Richard Wantuch. What we have here is a drug deal gone bad because of a werewolf, don’t you hate when that happens? A kid named Peter goes on his first “delivery” for his dickhead of a boss Trevor (seriously, when you watch this you will hate the shit out of him). Peter and another man enter the bathroom together, in a totally not weird way at all, to exchange the package. The swap is cut short when an old man barges into the bathroom acting fifty shades of crazy, and eats Peters associate.

All in all I thought it was pretty good, but I do have something I need to get off of my chest. It’s 2013 and we still have not found a way to make werewolf costumes look less shitty! It’s a fact and ya’ll know it. The werewolf did look lame, but I wouldn’t feel bad about it, because I think 99.9% of every werewolf costume looks fucking cheesy (if you go to my blog you can actually see a picture of me in my werewolf costume this year, and yes my boyfriend was a slutty little red riding hood). I really enjoyed the ending and it made me wish it were a full-length film. If we work together, we can help fight against shit werewolf costumes. 2013: The Year Of Change For The Werewolf – YES WE CAN!


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