sharp, short (five minutes long) and simple, Luther Bhogal-Jones’
Creak is a neat play on an old fear – the
strange noise in the middle of the night. In this case, it’s
in the home of two women, one of whom hears a noise at 4AM and
insists that it’s investigated.
nothing is found, every clued-up viewer knows that there’s
no smoke without fire in these circumstances, and there really
is someone – or something – in the house.
A barely glimpsed, very strange looking figure who provides a
satisfyingly blunt shock ending.
Nicely put together, with good, convincing performances from the
two actors, a darkly unsettling music score and a decent sense
of unease that gives way to a jolt at the end, it’s an effective
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