Read, then Watch: A Review of The Sculptor

The Sculptor is a mysterious horror film written and directed by Kris Lippert, and stars Shannon Rogers, and was produced by Movierockets Entertainment. It is now available via Crypt TV.

When it comes to short films on Crypt TV, the story usually takes place in one location with the main punch occurring at the end. The Sculptor isn’t any different in its approach to this, however, what stands out is the overall production of the film.

The story presented is of a young woman held captive in a warehouse, and what follows is a very suspenseful (perhaps the most suspenseful Crypt TV film to date) four minutes or so. The use of music holds the balance of the story, as without it, the film would just fall to the side. However, with some brilliant camera work and acting also mixed in, we are given an overall delightfully ense film.

For films of this nature, they usually rely on one or two things working, and for The Sculptor, it could have gone wrong; but it didn’t. It’s good, really good. It’s mysterious and has its punch. Perhaps a series in the making?

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