A routine trip down to the basement, a frightening place we all know well. The all too familiar feeling of being watched, and the things that can happen when we’re alone. These are all elements of our newest short film, Laundry Night. It is a simple story inspired by an Alfred Hitchcock quote: “If it’s a good movie, the sound could go off and the audience would still have a perfectly clear idea of what was going on.” There is a real misconception that making something natural for the screen is easy. It’s not. And in this case, cinematic naturalism is made all the more difficult by the removal of dialogue. In a way though, this challenge is what makes Laundry Night all the more fun and scary. After all, what’s more frightening than the eerily familiar?