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Cast: Amelia Szelog, Victoria Gill

Director: Bradley Grenon

Genre: Short/Drama/Thriller

Year: 2014

Rating: NR

Unidentified is a Independent Short Film about Amelia, a normal teenage girl, who is home alone and finds herself in a hair-raising, unnerving situation when an unfamiliar circumstance presents itself forcing her to make a life changing decision.

Clocking in at 6 minutes 59 seconds "Unidentified" packs a pretty big wallop and it contains more chills than most Hollywood feature films. Right from the start you are sucked into the story of Amelia as she settles in to watch a movie and eat some popcorn. She is home alone because her parents are away but something has her a bit unsettled. There is a black car sitting in her driveway with the lights on. She calls her friend Victoria and tells her that she is worried. Of course Victoria tells her to walk outside and see who it is while she sits on the phone with her. Things quickly turn from unsettling to terrifying.

I am not going to give away the ending so not to ruin it for those of you wanting to see the film but I will say a few things about the movie itself. This is one of those Short films I did not want to end, right from the start you feel the suspense and you are full of anticipation as you wait at the edge of your seat to see what happens next, hoping that there is a pay off at the end.

I can tell you that there is one hell of a pay off, "Unidentified" is a creepy and shocking thriller that sends chills up and down your spine. You will be checking to make sure all your doors and windows are locked after watching this.

Director, Bradley Grenon did a fantastic job at setting the mood and then delivering a fantastic little thriller. The story written by Jonathan Geddis and Bradley Grenon not only scares you but it gets you thinking as well. I can honestly say I was left wanting a lot more. I must also mention how good a job Amelia Szelog did playing Amelia. It is hard to believe this was her first acting job, she was that good.

"unidentified" has played at four festivals and won best short suspense/thriller at SNOB Film Festival and for good reason. To find out more about the film you can visit Zone 7 Films' Facebook Page HERE.

I really loved this disturbing thriller and I recommend it to everyone, it delivers on all fronts.

Released by Zone 7 Films

***** Out Of *****