A guy dressed in camouflage print and a possessed doll confront in a paranormal battle filled with stabbing, biting and chest-popping. What are their motives? I have no clue but I was fully entertained by the nonsense happening for two-and-a-half minutes. This is what Camo vs Genevieve is— a short story about what seems to be a long rivalry.

Nicholas Michael Jacobs (writer, director, producer and actor) presents a combination of horror, comedy and indie slasher with a dash of professionalism. Each angle, whether it’s presented as panoramic view or POV, it’s crafted beautifully with the right amount of lighting and keeping all close-ups clean enough to appreciate the picture.

Camo vs Genevieve is ridiculously silly but very well done. To me it didn’t make any sense but I guess there must be a back-story for it since it’s about two enemies meeting for a final battle unless it’s a constant showdown like the old strips of Spy vs. Spy. The short will be available on YouTube starting May 1st.

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Camo vs Genevieve
Runtime: 3 Mins.
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About the Author: Brandon Henry

Brandon Henry was born and raised in Tijuana, Mexico, just south of the border of San Diego. His birthplace is the main reason nothing really scares him (kidding… it’s a very safe place). His love for horror films came when his parents accidentally took him to watch Scream, at the age of 6, thinking that it was a safe-choice because it starred “that girl from Friends”. At 12, he experienced the first of many paranormal events in his life. While he waits to be possessed by the spirit of a satanic mechanic, he works as a Safety Engineer and enjoys going to the theater, watching movies and falling asleep while reading a book. Follow him on Instagram @brndnhnry and on Twitter @brandon_henry.
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