Watch: Jason Eisener's One-Minute Long Horror Short 'One Last Dive'
Holy crap! Ready for a quick one-minute scare to end the week? One of our favorite up-and-coming horror directors, Canadian Jason Eisener based out of Nova Scotia behind Treevenge and Hobo With a Shotgun, has posted his one-minute horror short film One Last Dive online (tip via SlashFilm). The concept was to "make a 1-min 1 shot POV of something scary happening at 3:07am" for a horror filmmaking project on VICE (co-sponsored by The Conjuring). This looks like it was shot around the same time as Eisener was making his V/H/S/2 lake segment (which I loved), but it's still a freaky quick scare of its own. Watch below!
For more entries in the VICE and The Conjuring present "The 3:07AM Project", visit here. One Last Dive was written, directed and edited by Canadian filmmaker Jason Eisener, starring Cat Maltais and Peter Allen. Other directors contributing to the project include Nacho Vigalondo, Max Landis and Ti West - you can see all of their shorts in this video. I'm a big fan of Eisener (@jasoneisener) and I love his hyper-violent style, it's unique but incredibly entertaining. This was a fun short and I loved his segment (the final one) in V/H/S/2, curious to see what he's up to next. We'll keep an eye on Eisener and Vigalondo, Landis and West.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Kind of cool I almost wish all horror films were this short! Nah not really...
N. on Jul 26, 2013
That was great. One minute to setup the lead up, suspense, and payout. Brilliant!
Qrious on Jul 26, 2013
Jesus. Very effective.
grimjob on Jul 26, 2013
This dude is a ball of talent.
DAVIDPD on Jul 27, 2013
...it's the middle of a bright cheery sunny day, the birds are singing, the children are playing... and THIS thing STILL scared the bejesus outta me... the double payoff? The split second timing? Awesome...
az on Jul 27, 2013
Impresive, I feel my heart pumping !!!!!!
Alexander Gramlich on Jul 27, 2013
Haha wow, that's great. And kind of crazy considering I'm debuting a 60 second horror webseries this coming week: http://www.facebook.com/sixtysecondslashers Definitely glad people are digging this format.
Matt Stuertz on Jul 28, 2013
Nielsen700 on Aug 8, 2013
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