Over the Thanksgiving weekend, I had the chance to watch Tony Morales’s short film Hada. After viewing the short, I was not surprised that the film had been selected for 260 festivals and received 50 awards! Morales did a superb job of capturing a piece of childhood that has been etched into our memories, the fear of falling asleep in our dark rooms and the lurking creatures in our closets.
The Cinematography, FX Makeup, and of course the story really place this short in a nice gift wrapped package. Morales is on the right track in creating fear with familiarity, hopefully, we see a feature film from him someday soon.
Go ahead and check out Hada, and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Tonight Hada comes to visit Daniel because his last child tooth has fallen out. What Daniel doesn’t expect is that his worst enemy is the light. He will get a warning from his ghostly friend Sam, who keeps Daniel company every night, but any little warning will not be enough for Daniel.
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Ryan T. Cusick is a writer for ihorror.com and very much enjoys conversation and writing about anything within the horror genre. Horror first sparked his interest after watching the original, The Amityville Horror when he was the tender age of three. Ryan lives in California with his wife and twelve-year-old daughter, who is also expressing interest in the horror genre. Ryan recently received his Master’s Degree in Psychology and has aspirations to write a novel. Ryan can be followed on Twitter @Nytmare112