A gaggle gathers in a mall to test and and potentially win a brand new, state of the art drum machine. Among those competing is Josh (Michael Maclane) who’s attempts are no bueno. Enter Alexis (Kelli Jordan) a pro sound engineer that helps our man win the day…except, the beat triggers an unbelievably violent surprise that ends up being music to someone’s ears…but I’m keeping that under wraps!
Writer/director Alex Noyer has done one hell of a job with Conductor. The film is unique, stylish, and unexpectedly filled to the brim with top notch practical gore effects that will warm the heart of any grue lovin’ horror hound! There is also an interesting bit of world building present in a flick that runs around five minutes or so, and many questions are left unanswered…which is a good thing, because your’s cruelly wouldn’t mind one damn bit if this was expanded into feature (or returned to in future shorts).
Bottom line, you need to let Conductor shock your putrid peepers and invade your eerie ear holes post haste! It’s a quick jolt of arcane audio focused terror that will doubtless leave you craving more!
Game Review: ‘Miasma Chronicles’
The Bearded Ladies and 505 Games are back with another tactical RPG set in the wasteland of a dystopian United States...