Film Review: Avant-Macabre

Avant-Macabre is a 6-minute black and white, silent(ish) horror film by John H Shelton. It features only a few characters, and its main content is voice-overs reading original poems. I have not watched many short horror films in my life (other than bingeing on BBC3’s The Fear), so did not know what to expect when asked to write a review for this film.  Thankfully, I was pleasantly surprised.

Written for the London Horror Society, read the full post at http://londonhorrorsociety.co.uk/film-review-avant-macabre/.

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