Horror Short Film "Level" | ALTER

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Trapped inside a never-ending nightmare, a cat and mouse game plays out between a man and a hellish beast lurking in the shadows.

“Level” by Andrew Hunt

Watch Andrew Hunt's other short film on ALTER, “Frost Bite”: https://youtu.be/UPkx6aGR_2s

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Connect with the Filmmaker:
http://andrewhunt.me/

“Level” Credits:
CAST

Man – Noah Gillett
Creature
– Sam Kruger

CREW
Producer – Andrew Hunt
Director
– Andrew Hunt
Screenwriter
– Andrew Hunt

Story by
Christina Hall-Watson & Andrew Hunt
Executive Producers –
Trey Wodele & Andrew Hunt
Director of Photography
– Ben Enke
Art Director
– Jesse Golfie

Creature Designs –
Ryan Schaddelee

Music –
Nathaniel Levisay
Editor
– Jeremy Wanek

Assistant Director
– Evan Beaumont
2nd Assistant Director –
Cesar Sosa

Set Decorator –
Megan Becker
Assistant Set Decorator
– Nick Larner
First Assistant Camera
– Bryce Wandling
Second Assistant Camera
Ian – J. Holisky
VFX Camera Operator = George Reese & Ian J. Holisky
2nd Unit First AC
– Steven Hoff
2nd Unit Second AC –
Ben Thorson
Slate
– Parker Peterson
DIT
– George Reese
Script Supervisor –
Derik Forsmark
Insect Wrangler – Jorge Fuentes
Sound Mixer – Matthew Manson
Boom Operator – JP Natysin
Gaffer – Owen Seaton
Best Boy – Ian J. Holisky & Ben Thorson
Key Grip – Jesse Rubbelke
Grip – Jorge Fuentes, Scott Tinkham, Dylan Walberg, Parker Peterson, Blake Bowker, & Nick Larner
Dolly Grip – Jesse Rubbelke & Parker Gorecki
Location Manager – Red White
Props – Isaiah Canfield
Set Dresser – Megan Becker, Nick Larner, & Alex Oesterreich
Creature Makeup Effects by Outpost 31 Productions
Makeup Artist – Ryan Schaddelee
Assistant Editor – Eric Chan
Visual Effects Supervisor/Editor – Jeremy Wanek
VFX Artist – Keith McGregor
CGI Artist/Animator – Andy Lefton
VFX Compositing – Conrad Flemming
Casting By Agency Models and Talent
Casting Associates – Charles Hubblel, Kari Larson, Maria Ojile
BTS Producer/Stills Photographer – Matt Maas
Re-Recording Mixer – Tom Hambleton, CAS

Sound Designer
-Jonathan Siri-Mohs

Additional Sound Design
– Mike Hallenbeck
Sound Effects/Music Editor –
Andrew Hunt
Assistant Music Editor
– Jorge Fuentes

Colorist
– Oscar Oboza

Color Grade Assistant
– Brian Morris
Poster Photographer
– Trey Fortner

About ALTER:
ALTER is an ever-expanding platform for the most daring storytellers in the world of horror. We are a home, community and launching pad for our filmmakers. Slip into the dark, disturbing corners of cutting-edge horror.

Filmmakers should visit https://filmfreeway.com/alterdustsubmissions to submit your horror shorts. (Only completed horror shorts will be considered. Unsolicited scripts or pitches will be immediately deleted without review.)

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33 thoughts on “Horror Short Film "Level" | ALTER

  1. Super cool! I must say that in the beginning I thought this would have been the usual VR horror stuff but as the action developed I was totally hooked up. It gave me old "Alone in the dark and Resident Evil" vibes (having to save and count ammo is the worst!!!) And the main character was very convincing, handsome guy too, and I loved the transition in the ending! Good! 👏👏

  2. The creator:Hum… Hi! excuse me, i will show you the film level and-
    Me: THE FIGURE? DOORS REFERENCE? OOOOOOOOOOOOOOMAGAAAAA
    The creator:uh… What is doo-
    Me: SHUT UP AND SAY… IS THAT DOORS REFERENCE?
    The creator: UUGH AGH P-PLEAS- STOP IM DONT BREATHING-
    Me: DOORS REFERENCE? DOORS REFERENCE? DOORS REFERENCE? DOO- oh wait… OMG I KILLED HE-

  3. Is there a behind the scenes that can be posted on YouTube I really enjoyed this one maybe you guys can make this into a full 2 hour movie like where did this creature come from that would be nice hope to see a follow up or a prequel but a behind the scenes would be so cool

  4. Spoiler alert!

    When I was watching this I was thinking it felt a bit like a game. I didn’t make the connection that it actually was though! Shooting, lighting, everything really well done. I think some music could have lifted some of the scenes a bit, but appreciate that that can be expensive, and it definitely works without it.

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