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Megan, 26 review

Horror creative Brea Grant is fast becoming one of the genre’s must-watch filmmakers.

Her latest feature Lucky received excellent reviews on Shudder plus her recent film 12 Hour Shift, which is available now on VOD.

For this short film Grant deals with the woes of online dating whilst dealing with past traumas.

While the Tinder lifestyle of swiping past potential mates could be considered exhausting, what happens when the person you swiped past won’t go away?

Coupling PTSD themes with a supernatural element certainly makes Megan, 26 a chilling watch with some great tension packed into its 4 minute running time.

Megan, 26 screened as part of the Soho Horror Film Festival’s Shockdown Saturdays.

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