Weekly Short Films Vol.2 : Tune For Two, Inside & The Crush
A hilarious murder, a man with destructive multiple personality disorder and a little boy crushes on his teacher in second edition of weekly short films online.
It’s the second edition of our weekly short film column, where I link you three of the best short films from around the web of varying genres that will make your day.
To start off with our first short, here’s an extremely brief but hilarious short film called ‘Tune for Two’ by Primodrom Productions. A murderous situation takes a bizarre turn midway and leads to darkly hilarious results. I wouldn’t say more. Check it out.
Short, but very effective. Let’s move on to something less hilarious and more dark.
‘Inside’ is a thriller short film directed by Trevor Sands that will have you guessing throughout. It’s about a man with a destructive case of multiple personality disorder and he’s on his way to meet a doctor. But not everything is what it seems. It’s a very clever and creepy film with an excellent performance and a twist ending you won’t see coming. Check it out:
Wasn’t that clever? Now for our final short film of the week.
‘The Crush’ is an Oscar-nominated Irish short film that will capture your heart. Directed by Michael Creagh, it’s about a boy who has a cute crush on his school teacher and then he finds that she has a boyfriend. The result is a heartfelt and extremely cute film that deserves the attention it got. Check it out and you won’t be disappointed:
That’s it for this week. If you’ve seen a great short film that you would like me to feature, shoot me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be sure to check it out.
Next week, I’ve got some twisted and some very emotional short films for you so stay tuned.