A 666-Character Review of ‘Agatha’

My favorite thing about shorts is that they don’t wear out their welcome. They say what they need to say, and then they’re done. Agatha is no exception.

Simple premise: take the food (freakishly ambiguous slabs of what is presumably meat) upstairs and come back downstairs. Don’t look around, don’t wander, don’t tell anyone you’re here. The poor orphan girl who takes this task has no idea what sight she’ll see when she heads into the attic for the first time, and that’s before it gets scary. The makeup, props, and set are impeccable, while the acting left something to be desired. Complete with a solid ending, Agatha is easily worth eight minutes of your time.

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