Look out Frankenstein, Emma and her piano ghost masterpiece have overtaken you.
Erm, not quite.
I'm very impressed. Some of the technical elements were great (like the tracking shot coming down the stairs, or the digital torchlight), not to mention the consistently excellent animation and set design. However, the movie just feels like it's missing something. The storytelling, while having a good concept, left a bit to be desired. The pace just feels too fast - you shouldn't underestimate the power of the pause. This was especially apparent at the end, where
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the ghost suddenly lashes out
and the audience is left guessing 'Is that the end?' Well, they would be if the title card didn't suddenly jump in, ruining the well-crafted atmosphere. A second or two of just black would have just made the film so much better.
Don't get me wrong though, I like it. Fav'd.