The Clip Club

Primary after-school club in East London, UK – we watch, talk about, shoot and edit short films and clips

He Dies At The End – short ‘horror’ clip

ecu-dies-at-endWe decide to get back to film clip watching and making. We watch this short horror movie by Irish film maker Damien McCarthy called He Dies At The End. Even though we know what is going to happen, it’s still scary and creepy and full of tension. Michelle records the clip clubbers’ reactions whilst watching and then some of the comments made afterwards.  Watch it and see what you think about how tension and suspense is created and maintained throughout, with the Director’s choice of images, shots and sound:

In another post I’ll put up another clip of the film director making the ‘thing’ at the end… it’d spoil the surprise if I post it here!

Filming whilst watching (in poor light):

Chat about the film afterwards:

Wizard23 filming Leonardo after watching ‘He dies at the end’:

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2 thoughts on “He Dies At The End – short ‘horror’ clip

  1. Nimbus on said:

    Wow! I nearly jumped out of my chair. I loved how it was just like:
    Do you want to know how you will die?
    Fright.
    And then that monster thing pops out of nowhere. I like how it was asking him all these questions. And the title ‘He Dies At The End’ is really catchy! Loved it!

    Rating: **** 4 stars/5
    Good: The questions over the items, the scene at the end.
    Bad: Continuity at the end. When it said ‘Do you want to know how you will die?’, he did not press anything – yet it had changed to ‘Fright’.

  2. It was quite a scare I jumped out of my chair and ran under the table. Wow it was thrilling

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