‘One Last Dive’ is one minute of horror

Well, then, for one minute, they sure made good use of every second. Visually, it looks great. Conceptually, I find it exceptional. The merging of two seemingly disparate concepts always makes for intriguing viewing, so putting together the supernatural with the oceanic depths is brilliant. Both are scary in their own right, but together? You get something like this.

Some may not appreciate the use of the jump-scare; a familiar horror genre element, but with sixty seconds to play with, a jump-scare is almost a necessity.

One Last Dive

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