Elliot and Zander Weaver directed this awesome horror thriller called "The Mysterious Disappearance of M.M. Bayliss." The short film was inspired by classic Victorian ghost stories and the brilliant tales from the 1960s TV series The Twilight Zone.
A young man is woken one night by a set of haunted keys that float before him. Guided through his empty house by the possessed keys, he discovers a dark room hiding an even darker secret.
On of the cool things about the making of this film is the fact that is was shot on 800ft of 16mm Fuji-film to "achieve the distinct and unique aesthetic audiences associate with the classic ghost films of the past." I'm such a huge fan of this type of movie, and this short perfectly emulates that tone and feel. Thanks to the directors for sending this in to us. I loved it!
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