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Film Review: Midnight Snack (Short Film) (2020)

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SYNOPSIS:

Sit down, relax, let the clock strike twelve, and allow your subconscious to become hypnotized by the Biblical droning of a possessed television. We promise to satisfy your hunger, your thirst and your sweet tooth.

REVIEW:

The Horrible Imaginings Film Festival 2021 is one extraordinary film festival. The way the films are set up in certain title blocks to tell a story. The “Dangerous Knowledge” Short Film Showcase shows us three great films. My Religious Family, Santayana’s Passage, and Midnight Snack.

Midnight Snack might make you want to rethink grabbing a midnight snack. The films in this block make you question things. Why do people do the things that they do?

Directed and written by Luke Roulstone, Midnight Snack is a creepy reminder to maybe avoid those late-night snack cravings.

A Midnight Snack opens with Greta (Hannah Boyde) sleeping somewhat soundly. She gets up and goes for a midnight snack, that well… Let’s say, NO THANK YOU! Greta is having a nightmare maybe? She is sitting in her living room listening to a serious message from the creepy late-night TV presenter played by James Vaughan.

 

Jennifer Armour portrays the Cavernous Crunch star. Luke Roulstone does a good job with this film. It’s creepy, and makes you think.

Make sure to check out Midnight Snack

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