David F. Sandberg and Lotta Losten have shared the short film recorded in the couple's home in Los Angeles with their followers on Twitter and Youtube.
The Swedish film director David F. Sandberg, who last year instructed it quite critically acclaimed The Hollywood baskets of a superhero tale 'Shazam!', Have spent their time in the corona quarantine of the Los Angeles home with a camera in hand.
He has clipped the footage to a three-minute horror movie that can now be seen on Twitter and Youtube. That is the medium of writing Indie Wire.
In the film, entitled 'Shadowed', the starring role is played by Lotta Losten, who in addition to being an actor is also married to Sandberg.
She has previously starred in several of the director's films, including 'Lights Out' from 2016 and 'Annabelle: Creation' from 2017.
In the brief thrill of the couple's California villa, the nature of the Lost is preceded by a series of supernatural and deformed shadow-like creatures chasing the flashlight-wielding woman through multiple spaces of the house.
According to IndieWire, the director and lead actor has this recommendation for the equally quarantined audience: Turn up the sound completely and turn off the light before pressing 'play'.
Watch the movie here.
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