Review of The Passenger (2015)

Written/Edited/Directed by: Vick Krishna
Starring: Mackie Lou Vigal, Kevin Tan, Rachel Burnell

If you’re ever in the mood for new horror, YouTube is the place to find it. You can find a plethora of well made¬†indie horror shorts on there. That’s where I found this week’s review subject:¬†The Passengers.


What’s is about?
This 4-minute horror short follows a young woman (Vigal) who is stranded on the side of the road with a flat tire. She calls a friend (Tan) of hers (maybe an ex boyfriend?) to come and help her change it. While she’s alone, however, she begins to see and hear many strange things.

What did I think?
The Passenger was short and to the point, which is great for a horror short film. The atmosphere was dreadfully creepy and the storyline itself held up quite well.

The acting was a little off, in my humble opinion. Vigal, while a great screamer and jumper, was awkward. Kevin Tan delivered his few lines in a clumsy and unbelievable manner.

Do I recommend it?
Yes, give it a watch. Despite the acting being awkward and clumsy, the overall film was creepy and kept me on the edge of my seat. You can watch it here!


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