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This is how Crypt TV describes this video:
This thing…will take EVERYTHING from you… #FeaturedCreature
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Written and Directed by
Dale – Travis Jeffery
Audrey – Elaine Hudson
The Monolith – Neven Connolly, James Barry
Co-executive Produced by
First Assistant Director
Supervising Sound Editor and Mixer
Creature Effects by Odd Studio
Prosthetic Supervisor and Designer
Special Effects Makeup
Senior Art Finisher
Laura Katerina Dhir
Special Effects Supervisor
Camera and Electrical Department
First Assistant Camera
Matt Scott Chow
Second Assistant Camera
Second Assistant Camera/Electrics
Additional Dialogue Recording
ADR Facilities Provided by
Visual Effects – Renovatio FX team
Peter Huang, Dan O’brien
Pipeline Technical Director
Hulk Chen, Alice Hsieh
Look Dev Lead
Faye Hsieh, Alice Hsieh, Joy Wu, Roters Zeng, Layla Wang, Jia Yuan Jiang
Location Provided by
Elie & Charbel Kazzi
The Producers Wish to Thank
Andrew (Brez) Lloyd
Brett Bartlet (Wild Sets)
Sound Facilities Generously Provided by Song Zu
Camera Gear Generously Provided by VA Digital Hire
Shot on ARRI Alexa Mini
Shot on location in Sydney, Australia
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Film & Animation
This short film was definitely better than the previous short film on Crypt TV, the cinematography was better, the atmosphere was better, the effects (especially the practical effects) were better, this was scarier and creepier, and there was still a sense of mystery with a few more clues than the previous short film.
But there were still more unanswered questions than I like, but I imagine that is probably intentionally and maybe the creator wants you to come up with your own interpretations et cetera.
Well done Crypt TV.