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Watch ‘Doctor Strange’ Scribe’s New Short ‘As They Continue to Fall’ Right Now!

pic from horror short As They Continue to Fall

C. Robert Cargill, who co-wrote the forthcoming Doctor Strange is a busy fellow, but he isn’t so busy that he’s forgotten that smaller projects sometimes become enormous projects (think Lights Out). The proof of that is in the proverbial pudding we’re about to feed you: a killer short film known as, As They Continue to Fall.

Nikhil Bhagat directs the short, which features the acting talents of Burt Culver (Bastard), Michael Felbinger, and Kevin Marron (No Saints for Sinners).

The story focuses on an aging drifter who hunts fallen angels in a desolate city. Society may have turned its back on him, but that doesn’t stop him from moving forward in his endless search for fallen angels.

You want to know the best part about this awesome short? You can watch it right now, right here!

Here’s some noteworthy info from the press release:

Director Nikhil Bhagat has debuted his impressive short film “As They Continue to Fall”, a dark dystopian fantasy written by “Dr. Strange” screenwriter C. Robert Cargill.

“As They Continue to Fall” tells the story of a homeless man who hunts fallen angels in a dystopian society filled with crime and corruption. Haunted by a dark past, yet hopeful for the future, he continues to hunt as they continue to fall.

“I am extremely lucky and grateful that C. Robert Cargill took the time to write a script for me to direct,” said director Nikhil Bhagat. “My goal for this short was to honor his script by making it feel as grounded and realistic as possible. I wanted to create a cinematic and mainstream film that the audiences hopefully enjoy”

In addition to C. Robert Cargill, “As They Continue to Fall” came to life with the help of many talented industry professionals including cinematographer Noah Rosenthal (“Fat Kid Rules the World”), editor Tommy Aagaard (“The Nice Guys”, “Avengers”), sound designer Mike Miller and visual effects artists Andy Wong and Ben Hall.

“As They Continue to Fall” is currently being pitched as a feature.

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Author of Say No to Drugs, writer for Blumhouse, Dread Central, Horror Novel Reviews and Addicted to Horror Movies.

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