Debbie Klausen

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Tech issues aside - it was still an entertaining film to watch and had us engaged in it even though it probably wasn't for the reasons you planned.

Thanks for the belly laughs, really enjoyable film.

I really enjoyed your movie. Lots of laugh out loud moments. The ending was fantastic.

Best last scene ever laughed so much, loved that you held it so long. Really great film. Looking forward to seeing more from you guys next year!

Great job. And I like the story set up, however it did get a little lost in dialogue. One of the actors was looking into the camera a bit at the beginning but the acting improved and by the end of the movie felt more natural.

Great set up which carried all the way through. Super fun and funny. Filming was really nice to. I loved the playfulness which had me feeling like I was part of the joke.

What stood out for me was the first and last shots. Soooo good. I would have liked more time in those scenes to establish the story. I can't get out of my mind the white eyeball in the mask flashing back and forth. I keep thinking about the filming and shots really well executed.

Beautiful looking short. Great acting and dialogue. Would have loved to see you guys take the ultra challenge to actually work with animals rather than be them - I think you would have nailed it.

Really great movie. I started out thinking - oh another zombie thing, but I loved it. Strong acting pulled the concept off well. Oh and the puddle - genius!

So funny. Took the genre and made it yours.

Pretty faultless movie for 48 hours. Great clear story arc and very engaging. I did feel the couch lost some of its status at the end after been the main focus. Great job - look forward to seeing it in the finals.

Great movie to start the heat off. The opening scene and the seeing the world through fly eyes was such a strong setup. Clever script and best line of dialogue of the heat - "It works like kind of a refracted silhouette, not a real silhouette because that would be lazy". The girl in the back kept the movie in reality. I loved the framing of her blurred in the background and looming forward. Story wise I would have liked to see something at stake/a struggle for the flys. Although the ending was very satisfying, leg droop and all.

I loved your movie. Great solid story with strong punchline at the end. I would have like to see more of a segway between the two halves of the movie. Hit the genre right on target and I really liked how you did the puddle.