By Brett Mullins
Directed by Patrick Rae
It’s the end of the world, and one man has prepared his modest sized home with an assortment of projectile weapons rigged to the opening of doors from the outside. It’s not quite clear who or what the enemy is; however, they will soon wish they did not step foot into this home.
Though this film has an excellent premise, it appears very underdeveloped at times. Unfortunately, these times make up the majority of the 9 minute film. This is not to say that the production quality, acting, or cinematography were sub par by any means. This film simply lacks adequate explanation for why these events occur the way they do.
This film was screened at the 2011 Buried Alive! Film Festival.