Short FIlms


Friday, 24 January 2014


Thanks to James Gracey for his review of my film at his passionate horror site Behind the Couch. It's one of my favourite horror review sites which I keep returning to, and a must for horror fans. James is the author of 'Dario Argento' (Kamera Books) & contributor to Paracinema, Exquisite Terror and Diabolique.

Review here:


  1. I've also been a regular visitor of "Behind the Couch" recently, and got the link to your movie, and your blog, from there. I am very moved by what I saw and I must undertake to openly and honestly admit that it is among the most finest and poignant I've seen in a long time.

    I know it might be an unhealthy reaction, but I got a diffuse and very vague feeling that I wanted to help this woman.

    But, in all, really beautiful! Many greetings from Sweden, which will hopefully soon be able to see a little spring

  2. Thanks very much for your feedback, Daniel. It's good to hear your reaction as a viewer and really glad it has that effect. I always hope that some of the atmosphere come across in some way. I hope you get a chance to view some of my other films and writing here. I hope things are getting better in Sweden and not as moody as here in London.

    1. I have or try to have, great respect for mental anguish. Without going too deep into details, I can tell you that mental suffering and self-injury was something that struck a very close person to me last year, a person who later committed suicide. I gradually might well conclude that the psychosis was not far away for her if things had ended differently.

      But regardless, and well before this happened, I had and still have a "soft spot" for disturbed women on film. I have only rarely or never seen it this way. This, I think, you should be proud of.

      Take care of yourself!

      / Daniel