Charlie and Sadie, a young couple, move into a new apartment, ready to start their lives together. All is not what it seems, however, as strange occurrences start disrupting the couple's happy home. Is this simply jitters brought on by their new cohabitation, or is there something more sinister afoot? As the truth starts to come to light Charlie and Sadie realize that they may not be alone.Written by
Victor Miller volunteered to play Uncle Ghastly after meeting writer/director Nathan Erdel at the 2013 Dark Carnival Film Festival. His scenes were filmed in San Jose, California on green screen. See more »
Unwelcome a very solid debut for director, Nasty Nate
The only complaint I have about this film is that it was not longer. Alas, I can hardly be unbiased as my best friend is the writer/director, but if there is one thing I know, it is film. Considering that this is Erdel's debut film, the future is quite promising, so Hollywood better watch out, cause Nasty Nate is not far from knocking on their door in the near future.
The short film was acted well, shot well, and came off as professionally produced. Sound is incredibly easy to mess up while location shooting, but the sound came through crystal clear. The technical merits of this film will go unnoticed due to its compelling story. I suppose I could've used a little more blood and gore, but shooting on little to no budget is a bitch, what can you do?
Victor Miller was awesome! He knows he's awesome. Horror legends always do.
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