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This Thriller Short Film “Home” Is Getting Viral During COVID-19 Pandemic!

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Home Short Film

While the world is fighting with Coronavirus pandemic, 2020 is hitting even worse! Several sad news has been out of different places in the world. It would not be wrong if we say, spending time watching a lot of shows is not as cool as it sounds! What if we tell you something to watch that is seriously cool? Well, while we got bored with the web series and TV shows, we tried exploring some mind-blowing short films in the past week. We watched many of them and out of which we liked one short film very much.

That short film is named “Home”. Let’s dig into it.

Directed by Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat, ‘Home’ is a thriller genre short film that is recently praised by our team of editors at BingePost. Without revealing the plot, we want you to watch it with a promise of you going to like it. Excited enough? Watch it below!

This thriller was inspired by The Black Mirror TV Show and the Matrix movie scene with the computer and Neo. It took him several days of filming and post-production in order to arrive at these 3 minutes 30 of intense tension. The film was made with his family, using his partner and the equipment available. There was no lack of time, which left Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat all the time to refine these plans.

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Patton Oswalt Is a Kaiju in This Goofy Short Film

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From “Monster Problem.”
Screenshot: YouTube/Michael Giacchino

Kaiju. Japanese recreation exhibits. Patton Oswalt getting beat up. Actually, this brief movie has all of it.

Directed and written by Michael Giacchino, the composer behind movies like Physician Unusual, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Spider-Man: Far From House, “Monster Problem” stars a hapless Patton Oswalt caught up in all of the fervor and pleasure of a madcap Japanese recreation present. The chaos consists of: tanks, kaiju fits, tranquilizer darts, a ship captain, Ben Schwartz. It doesn’t embody: dignity.

That is, truthfully, a complete ton of enjoyable. Made with an apparent love for Japanese recreation exhibits and humiliating Patton Oswalt, Giacchino’s movie additionally features as a kind of ersatz tribute to kaiju flicks, with Patton’s foolish arc being reflective of the form of storylines given to, say, Godzilla in a few of his movies. Simply far more absurd, and in reasonably brighter colours.

While Giacchino is mostly known as a composer, he clearly has some directorial chops and a knack for casting. Hopefully, we’ll see more from him, even if they’re just more shorts like this.


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