Remi Weekes, one half of directing team Tell No One, has directed this video for New Zealand duo Broods which is a very atmospheric, and very damp, ghost story.
'Tickle Monster' by Remi Weekes
Deviating ever so slightly from our usual fare, but just in time for Halloween, Remi Weekes takes a break from directing duo Tell No One to presents his short film Tickle Monster, commissioned by Film 4.
This short film sees an aspiring grime MC hanging out at his girlfriend's house, only for her to reveal that she shares her room with the Tickle Monster. The ensuing chaos that unfolds is equal parts funny and uncomfortable. Which I suppose is just like being tickled.
Great pacing by Weekes is matched by some excellently creepy, voyeuristic cinematography which makes the single-room short feel incredibly claustrophobic. And when it comes to shocks, it fully delivers.
|Director of Photography||Adam Scarth|
|Associate Producer||Francesca Chen|
|1st AD||James Evered|
|Production designer||Jonathan Hillson|
|Post Production Manager||Rachael Ellis|
|Production Coordinator||Tristan Cope|
|Production Assistant||Nick Middleton|
|1st AC||Chris Hayden|
|2nd AC||Cat Velez|
|Hair & Make-up||Alice Jones|
|Director's Representation||Good Egg|
|Other credits||Location Sound Mixer: Tiago Morelli Electricians: Luca Piercey, Leroy Tulloch Make Up & Hair Assistant: Natasha Berthoud Stills Photographer: James Delaney Storyboard Artist: Max Woodhead Assistant Sound Designer: Seb Bruen Dialogue Editor: Rossana Masuello ADR Recordist: Pär Carlsson Foley Recordist: Dan Ellis Foley Artist: Lara Drnovsek Foley Editor: Julia Hardecka Sound Post Production: Aumeta Telecine: Richard Fearson VFX Sup: Iain Murray (S.P.U.D.S) Compositor: Alexander Kulikov|
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