Nothing is more captivating than a film that targets your senses. Of course, touch and smell are only present if you watch a film in 4-D, but sometimes the cinematographer excels at his job, you can practically smell the flowers in a yard or feel the soft satin sheets on a bed.
This short film titled 20Hz by Chris Keller plays with the sense of sound as well as uses it to create tension. I rarely get jumpy from horror films, but I have to admit that I might have shot right out of my seat at a specific part of this short.
Check out this terrifying short below:
Starring Alix Wilton Regan from Mass Effect 3 and Dragon Age: Inquisition, Keller's use of inciting suspense with noise through headphones has us gripping the edge of our seats.
We all listen to music through earbuds. But I have no idea what I would do if I heard something strange and eerie emitting through the headphones. Probably rip them out of my ears and run for the freaking hills.
Humans are only able to hear between 20 and 20.000 Hz. Who knows who - or what - is attempting to communicate with us on other frequencies. And whether they have kind or malicious intentions.