Horror Short Review: Lost Dog (2022)

From Burnt Mill Road, director Jacob Arbittier and writer Ken Rudnick bring us a disturbing horror short called Lost Dog.

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A simple premise filmed POV style, it’s night in the middle of nowhere and a man is helping his friend find his lost dog. A good deed that goes awry when it turns out that there is a much more sinister reason behind this supposed attempt to find the wayward pet.

Just what is that reason? Check out the short yourself below to find out.

At just over three-minutes, there’s not much to sunk your teeth into here but it’s still an effective horror short. Thanks to the POV style of filming, good use of lighting, sinister sound effects and impressive makeup. It’s par for the course when it comes to horror, jump-scare focused, but it will cause a few heart palpitations for those who don’t spend much time in this world.




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Lost Dog (2022)
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