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Film Review: Grin (short film) (2015)



A young woman faces old demons in this creepy horror short film.


Another short film! Today we have GRIN, directed by Danny Donahue and written by Mr. Donahue with Casey Fichtner. Actually, this film is basically a two-person production. Every position on the entire crew is one or the other of these two people with the exception of the cast.

This is a short, simple story. Nothing too complex. Two characters, presumably a husband and wife (Megan Hayes and Jamie Daniels) are cleaning out the female character’s childhood home. There’s this creepy painting of a clown on the garden wall. The lady stands defiantly holding a can of paint, prepared to get rid of this weird bit of art.

There seems to be a story behind this child-like graffiti. We aren’t told what that story is, but we get enough to understand why she wants it gone.

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And that’s all I can really tell you. The film is only 2 minutes long so everything happens pretty fast. Like I said, its short and to the point.

So using my special short scale of one to five, five being awesome, I’m giving this film 3 clowns.


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