Short films

This horror film of 2 minutes will make you want to make salt reserves

You know, at Creapills we love them short horror movies. So, we give a layer, even after Halloween, to make you shudder again! And our nugget of the day has just arrived. Unveiled just a month ago, this small creation born inUnited Kingdom plunges us into an agonizing universe full of suspense.

Rob Savage is a renowned director and director of photography. With already one of his biggest jobs named at Sundance Festival 2017, the young talent is just beginning since he is just in his twenties! Only at 18 years old, he writes, directs, films, mounts and co-produces his first feature film with only 3400 euros, Strings which was screened at Rome Film Festival. Working today for major UK channels, such as Channel 4 and Skyhe continues his personal projects next door.

Its most recent is thus entitledSALT, and we challenge you not to stress during your viewing! Selected in 12 festivals dedicated, this short film is horrifying, unanimously. The pitch ? A strange and demonic presence targets a mother and her daughter, who is seriously ill. Their only protection: salt.

And yes, because as we know (though we may be able to tell you that), the circles of salt are often used in rituals of magic and other sessions of spiritism. In the field paranormalit is customary to protect oneself from bad spirits and other malicious presence through coarse salt. This phenomenon is also increasingly taken up in the pop culture nowadays, thanks to certain series. Originally, it's because salt is a natural "cleanser", which would have the power of any purify.

And if you like this kind of creation, then we can only recommend you to browse our creative selection of short films on Creapills; we only find nuggets! 💊

Credits: Rob Savage

Credits: Rob Savage

Credits: Rob Savage

Credits: Rob Savage

Credits: Rob Savage

Credits: Rob Savage

Credits: Rob Savage

Imagined by: Rob Savage

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