Cathedrals will fall, the river will run red... and THE BIRD will be SLAUGHTERED!

REVIEW: Commune

– By Sooz Webb

For viewing: Chilling, atmospheric short directed by Thomas Perrett.

Property management position in well worn London flat, leading to horrific, tension fueled nightmare. Eerie sense of terror guaranteed. Local amenities include charming, neighbouring outdoors type and inescapable sense of menace.

Fully furnished, with fixtures bestowed by previous occupants. Enlightening reading material provided to ease transcending of mortal body. Admiration of creepy iconography a plus.

Temperamental electrics establish disturbing ambience, allowing excellent use of light and shadow, within budgetary constraints. Prophetic dreams of the past build a heightened sense of foreboding, and certify complimentary jump scares. Further benefitting from attic space, which comes fully equipped with inescapable air of dread.

Suitable for multiple or single viewing, as the overbearing character of the film assures you’ll never feel truly alone.

Grade A acting, direction and editing ensure future productions are highly anticipated. Second inspection thoroughly recommended for full appreciation of attention to detail.

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