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Wisteria

Familial bonds unravel amidst a sinister spiritual disturbance.
4/5

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Adam Lapallo’s short horror film delivers a chilling narrative that masterfully combines familial tension with supernatural horror in a spine-tingling experience. Following the death of their mother, Kai (Seleste Cowie), Josh (Christopher Glick), and Abigail (Ashley Thompson) must confront not only the emotional residue of their strained relationships but also an otherworldly presence within their family home.

The storyline unfolds as the siblings embark on the daunting task of clearing out their late mother’s vast property. Lapallo skillfully builds tension, revealing a peculiar spiritual disturbance that Kai begins to uncover, a secret that their mother was well aware of. As the eerie occurrences escalate, the siblings find themselves torn between dismissing Kai’s seemingly ludicrous claims and acknowledging the unsettling events transpiring around them.

The film’s slow-burn pace adds depth to the narrative, allowing the characters’ complexities to unravel organically. The cinematography by Dalton Pope adds a cinematic quality to the production, enhancing the overall sense of unease. Lapallo masterfully crafts an atmosphere of suspense, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats until the heart-pounding climax. The result is a riveting tale of familial reconciliation amidst supernatural terror, culminating in a jump-out-of-your-seat ending that lingers long after the credits roll. Adam Lapallo’s horror short is a must-watch for those seeking a genuinely frightening and emotionally charged cinematic experience.

Wisteria Short Horror Film

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Wisteria

Familial bonds unravel amidst a sinister spiritual disturbance.
4/5

Review

Adam Lapallo’s short horror film delivers a chilling narrative that masterfully combines familial tension with supernatural horror in a spine-tingling experience. Following the death of their mother, Kai (Seleste Cowie), Josh (Christopher Glick), and Abigail (Ashley Thompson) must confront not only the emotional residue of their strained relationships but also an otherworldly presence within their family home.

The storyline unfolds as the siblings embark on the daunting task of clearing out their late mother’s vast property. Lapallo skillfully builds tension, revealing a peculiar spiritual disturbance that Kai begins to uncover, a secret that their mother was well aware of. As the eerie occurrences escalate, the siblings find themselves torn between dismissing Kai’s seemingly ludicrous claims and acknowledging the unsettling events transpiring around them.

The film’s slow-burn pace adds depth to the narrative, allowing the characters’ complexities to unravel organically. The cinematography by Dalton Pope adds a cinematic quality to the production, enhancing the overall sense of unease. Lapallo masterfully crafts an atmosphere of suspense, keeping viewers on the edge of their seats until the heart-pounding climax. The result is a riveting tale of familial reconciliation amidst supernatural terror, culminating in a jump-out-of-your-seat ending that lingers long after the credits roll. Adam Lapallo’s horror short is a must-watch for those seeking a genuinely frightening and emotionally charged cinematic experience.

Wisteria Short Horror Film

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