The Changing Room

Synopsis

A woman finds herself in a nightmarish trap after sneaking into a closed off changing room.

Review

5/5
A spine-chilling horror that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Written and directed by Sam Evenson, ‘The Changing Room’ is a short horror film that tells the haunting story of a young woman trapped in a changing room. Jamie Taylor Ballesta stars as Eva, with Alan Maxson as the mysterious antagonist. The film explores themes of anxiety, claustrophobia and paranormal activity. A spine-chilling watch from start to finish.

The 4-minute film opens in suspense as Eva, a customer of a clothing store, enters a restricted area in search for a changing room. Inside the changing room, Eva takes initial fascination with the infinity mirror effect, which soon turns frightfully blood-curling. Startled by an opening in the roof and a mysterious presence in the mirror, Eva’s attempt to escape is limited. The door is locked and her confinement is tested by the imminent threat in the mirror. Terrifyingly gripping throughout.

The Changing Room Short Film
Sam Evenson has delivered a petrifying film that will most certainly startle audiences. Jamie Taylor Ballesta’s performance as the innocent protagonist is highly captivating. Ballesta’s ability to showcase trepidation is highly commendable. Alan Maxson’s portrayal as the ghastly antagonist is equally praiseworthy. Visually, the film is professionally shot with high-quality cinematography and special effects. Despite a fairly simple narrative, the film will keep viewers on the edge of their seats. Highly recommended.

Cast/Crew

Director(s): Sam Evenson
Writer(s): Sam Evenson
Cast: Alan Maxson, Jamie Taylor Ballesta
Producer(s): Jaimie Stevens
Director of Photography: Drew Gardella
Editor(s): Sam Evenson
Animation:
Sound:
Music:
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Specifications

Genre: Horror
Subjects: Anxiety, Death, Monster, Paranormal
Country: United States
Language: English
Year: 2022
Publication Date:

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Cast/Crew

Director(s): Sam Evenson
Writer(s): Sam Evenson
Cast: Alan Maxson, Jamie Taylor Ballesta
Producer(s): Jaimie Stevens
Director of Photography: Drew Gardella
Editor(s): Sam Evenson
Animation:
Sound:
Music:
Miscellaneous:

Specifcations

Genre: Horror
Subjects: Anxiety, Death, Monster, Paranormal
Country: United States
Language: English
Year: 2022

Recommended

The Changing Room

Synopsis

A woman finds herself in a nightmarish trap after sneaking into a closed off changing room.

Review

A spine-chilling horror that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

5/5
Written and directed by Sam Evenson, ‘The Changing Room’ is a short horror film that tells the haunting story of a young woman trapped in a changing room. Jamie Taylor Ballesta stars as Eva, with Alan Maxson as the mysterious antagonist. The film explores themes of anxiety, claustrophobia and paranormal activity. A spine-chilling watch from start to finish.

The 4-minute film opens in suspense as Eva, a customer of a clothing store, enters a restricted area in search for a changing room. Inside the changing room, Eva takes initial fascination with the infinity mirror effect, which soon turns frightfully blood-curling. Startled by an opening in the roof and a mysterious presence in the mirror, Eva’s attempt to escape is limited. The door is locked and her confinement is tested by the imminent threat in the mirror. Terrifyingly gripping throughout.

The Changing Room Short Film
Sam Evenson has delivered a petrifying film that will most certainly startle audiences. Jamie Taylor Ballesta’s performance as the innocent protagonist is highly captivating. Ballesta’s ability to showcase trepidation is highly commendable. Alan Maxson’s portrayal as the ghastly antagonist is equally praiseworthy. Visually, the film is professionally shot with high-quality cinematography and special effects. Despite a fairly simple narrative, the film will keep viewers on the edge of their seats. Highly recommended.

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