20 Hz
UK, 2015, 5 minutes
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20 Hz Synopsis

Human hearing is capable of detecting sound waves between 20 and 20.000 Hz. … merely a small fraction of the frequency spectrum. Most sounds around us go unnoticed.

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Reviewed by Awilkes
There is indeed more to what you hear. 20 Hz builds up well mostly because of its plot's use of disturbing sound. Viewer's attention will be captivated by the film's... more
There is indeed more to what you hear. 20 Hz builds up well mostly because of its plot's use of disturbing sound. Viewer's attention will be captivated by the film's clever use of both sight and sound. At its peak, viewers will keep guessing as to what is causing the disturbance. Afterwards, they would be comfortably disarmed, only to be jolted that there is something frightening inside their room.
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  • That's the scariest 5 minutes of my life... The frequency sounds really made the film scary... and built up the suspense...

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