Drown review

Drown short film

Guilt can do many things to people, a lot will depending on the reasons why.

Some turn it into something positive and others let it consume them.

This is the subject of Jacob Scobbins’ short Drown, where a teenager is left to pick up the pieces after his friend drown at the local lake.

The story behind this is deliberately shady. This short does well to build up the tension as the boy starts noticing strange things happening in his home.

Rather than going for the cheap jump scares Drown attempts to provide something deeper and psychological.

Watch Drown below and let us know your verdict in the comments.

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