Volkodlak (2010), is a 24 minute short, filmed between 2003-05 by a small team of independent enthusiasts, on a budget of 1000 dollars. It is an homage -as well as a return, to traditional film-making and the silent horror film, and an attempt to keep the spark of atmospheric classic horror cinema alive.
You can watch the short (in two parts) here:
Enjoy, and please rate and/or let us know what you think!
Other info about this short can be found here:
This topic was originally posted in the Independent Films and Documentaries section of this forum, way back in early 2011 (http://monsterkidclassichorrorforum.yuku.com/topic/34668). Although I wanted to, I didn't post about it in the Silent Horror section back then, because I thought that category was reserved to genuine vintage horror films. Later however, I noticed a post not only about the 2005 silent 'The Call of Cthulhu' in the Silent Horror section, but also a post about the none-horror film 'The Artist' (?!). I tried pointing this out and asked to get my topic moved (http://monsterkidclassichorrorforum.yuku.com/topic/43197), but since I got no answer to this request I've now reposted about 'Volkodlak' here, as this is clearly the section where this short belongs too.