Starring MARIN IRELAND • Directed by SORREL BRAE • Written by ZEKE FARROW & SORREL BRAE • Produced by STEPHANIE HABERMAN
In this ghost story for the digital age, filmmaker Vera Vaughn works late into the night, editing her psychological thriller about a woman jeopardized by a mysterious home intruder. But when she's interrupted by a knock at the door, Vera’s world takes a frightening turn toward the surreal as life threatens to imitate art — or is it the other way around?
"A Film by Vera Vaughn is a delightful filmic mindf-ck ... a twisting, turning cinematic ouroboros that is bound to appeal to those who grew up watching old Twilight Zone episodes.”
~ Ivan Kandar, Short of the Week
"It takes [the screen thriller] gimmick and twists it around into something more personal and with a solid foundation for many discussions to be had later on about art, creation and the psychological toll the creative process can take.”
~ Collin Souter, RogerEbert.com
"...[A Film by Vera Vaughn] leads its audience down a dark and twisted path that ends in a holy shit moment you’ll never see coming."
~ The Missing Reel
"Brae and co-writer Zeke Farrow have created an incredibly freaky flick and have made a fan out of me if this film is any inclination of what they're capable of. I'm actually not sure if I've seen anything like this (you'll see...) done so well."
~ Ain't It Cool News
"Artfully shot, beautifully edited, high-intensity and highly compelling..."
~ Kierston Drier, Festival Reviews
"Sorrel Brae and his star, Marin Ireland, deliver one of the better shorts that’s been recently released. So good, that you’ll have to watch twice to pick up all the details and nuances."
~ Junkyard Demento
"Smart, original, brilliantly shot, and totally engaging - a round of applause to Sorrel and team."
~ Jolie Bergman, Horror Habit