The Disappearance of Willie Bingham

What can I add? “The Disappearance of Willie Bingham” is brilliantly executed short film, and it is terrifying because of how real it feels. In a longer version it would be a perfect “Black Mirror” episode, they like to flirt with creepy ideas like here.

It’s not horror in the traditional sense, but Matt Richards’ short The Disappearance of Willie Bingham is plenty horrific. The concept alone—punishment by dismemberment (that has a ring to it)—is a gnarly take on the criminal justice system, allowing victims to determine what goes and what stays on a criminal’s body: hence the name, The Disappearance of Willie Bingham. You really have to appreciate what Richards has done here, taking a simple concept and spiraling it into a gruesome tale of what a completely unhinged justice system might look like in the future. Stay out of trouble, kids.

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Black Melt (my short horror film)

Inertia creeps.

Here’s a creepy b&w short film I did just recently. It’s the first time I filmed something, so take you time to praise bash this no-budget production.

Anyone who can guess from which title I borrowed the sounds will receive an honourable mention in the end credits! 😃

Please, watch with headphones as there are some weird sounds and I highly recommend switching to YouTube HD quality.