Under the Flowers – Circle of Hell Ep: 1- Ring around the Rosie
The dream like visual of this 5 minute short almost have a Disney quality about them and the story reminds me of the type of fantasy adventure Disney used to thrive off; although I feel this might take a darker direction during the seasons run.
Following on from the first season the story already has a developed feel to it, this however does not mean in not assessable to new comers like me.
A lot of time and care has also gone into the post production, giving the editing and visual effects a polished feel.
The acting is more than decent and I’ve defiantly seen worse in the films companies like Asylum and SyFy Channel spew out. Lauren Lavera & Amanda Key Livezey performances both deserve a wider audience, but it’s Richard T. Wilsons voiceover for ‘Darkness’ that really stands out.
A great start to a season with a story engaging enough to leave me wanting more.
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