Downstairs
United States of America (US), 2015, 18 minutes
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Downstairs Synopsis

An inquisitive night security guard is tormented by evil spirits.

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Reviewed by Verbalkint
Downstairs begins with humor and ends in horror. The film cleverly uses humor to attract audiences to its plot. As audiences get comfortable with its plot, Downstairs begins to turn... more
Downstairs begins with humor and ends in horror. The film cleverly uses humor to attract audiences to its plot. As audiences get comfortable with its plot, Downstairs begins to turn into horror. This makes for more frightening scenes towards the end. With excellent humor and effective horror, Downstairs is definitely 4.5 stars!
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Reviewed by Bartonelster
A mixture of humor and horror makes this film a fun ride. Downstairs uses clever and slightly humorous dialogue to disarm viewers. Just at the point it can turn into... more
A mixture of humor and horror makes this film a fun ride. Downstairs uses clever and slightly humorous dialogue to disarm viewers. Just at the point it can turn into comedy, the film is able to pull itself back into the horror genre. This is so as there is proper use of shock throughout the rising and concluding scenes. These shocks are further coupled with ample believable "dead" make up on actors. This film deserves 4 stars throughout its humorous start and its frightening finish.
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  • that's a  very small flashlight for a big  dark place to guard !

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