‘SLASHDANCE’: a WiHM review

Cindy Baer’s ‘SLASHDANCE’ is an awesome horror short project- shot during the actual Sundance Film Festival, ‘SLASHDANCE’ introduces us to two young, fun loving women enjoying the festivities.

When Karen, played by the effervescent Cindy herself, finds that a fortune cookie has mysteriously made its way into her purse, this is just the beginning of one helluva night. She believes she is on the fast road to finding the man of her dreams on that fateful night. Little does she know the man of her nightmares already has her in his sights.

‘SLASHDANCE’ is a fun romp through territory that is just creepy in essence- being followed, being watched and being trapped.

Voyeurism is a creepy subject.

Baer teamed up with her husband/writer Matthew Irving, doing  a fantastic job behind the scenes, laying on the suspense thick. Jenny Ramirez is just as important to this film, working the cameras masterfully.

I truly enjoyed this short and look forward to a big year in 2012 from the fantastic Cindy Baer.

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About Justin Hamelin

I am a freelance writer, mostly of horror and everything macabre. As a die hard fan of the genre with a particularly deep affinity for Women In Horror, I write film reviews, short stories, screenplays and conduct as many interviews as I can with the fantastic people who make the horror genre my absolute favorite!
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One Response to ‘SLASHDANCE’: a WiHM review

  1. Pingback: Hollyshorts 2012: Lines, Captured Bird, Feast of the Foolish, Kundalini, Make Believe, Slashdance, Sea Meadow, and Elfquest | Planet Etheria

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