[Boston Underground Film Festival] Short Films: It Began Without Warning (2017) - Reviewed

It Began Without Warning is a short film that will be screened with Let the Corpses Tan at the Boston Underground Film Festival

Jessica Curtright and Santiago C. Tapia's It Began Without Warning is a familial macabre. Taking place within a small apartment, the film explores a brutal confrontation between parents and children, however the origins of the carnage are not what they initially seem to be. Featuring inventive camerawork, unrelenting violence, and a wonderfully deceptive storyline, this is an excellent initial entry in a universe that begs to be explored. 

-Kyle Jonathan

Co-written and co-directed by Jessica Curtright and Santiago C. Tapia, it stars Leslie Gladney, Jenna Johnson, and Jessica Ladian.

“The time has come,” the Walrus said. And all the little Oysters stood and waited in a row.