Two women wait for a ride in the dark of night.
Short films tend to be hit or miss, but I’ve been finding the cartoons to be more hit than miss. This particular little flick I found on You Tube is no exception to this.
It’s basically animated with no voice acting. Still, it’s a good tale well told (1.5) and I rather enjoyed it. (2.0)
3.5 out of 4
An escaped prisoner of war discovers that he might have been better off not escaping.
This particular short (again on You Tube) really isn’t a movie. What very little animation it has is even more basic than Waiting; the rest is (admittedly well done) drawings inspired by the H. P. Lovecraft story.
The whole thing is showcase for the reading, which comprises I believe the entire text. The reader does a great job with the telling of the tale.
The problem is that Dagon isn’t one of Lovecraft’s best works. First published, not a bad effort, but he gets a lot better.
All said and done, a good effort (1.5). I kind of like it (1.5).
3 out of 4
2 thoughts on “[Month of Horror] Waiting/Dagon (Short)”
The film is a lot better. Although, it’s based on “The Shadow Over Innsmouth” rather than “Dagon”. But really good nonetheless.
It really is one of the better Lovecraft movies, though as I recall it left me cold.