Cecilia E. Page, a pregnant filmmaking graduate escaped days of abduction. Suddenly felt an energy absorb into her after waiting under a supernaturally glowing lamppost. She felt safe.
Tara L. Mars, an ex-forensic investigator and Alaric Park, digital painter have captured and killed David Lynch, a serial killer. The dead corpse suddenly gives off a sigh. Believing David is still alive, Tara and Alaric make sure he stays dead.
But then an Entity suddenly consumes the corpse. An LSD consuming, congenital analgesia suffering shape-shifter. A shape-shifter from the 70’s.
An absorbing Cecilia meets a guilt-ridden Alaric and soon, a troubled Tara. As they discover the secret behind the glowing lightposts, and hold off the shape-shaper.
The psychological, supernatural thriller-drama dubbed “Bulb” is a creative look into the supernatural, with darker undertones.
Alaric had been waiting in the balcony. His hair trimmed short and even dyed blonde, the roots were still dark. Tear-filled eyes refused to hold back. The emptied Smirnoff bottle laying around on the floor suggested Alaric had been drinking.
He wasn’t completely intoxicated but he was beyond vulnerable. The morbidly bad feeling that was churning deep in his stomach. A dreadful feeling surged through him. Saddening.
Held in one hand a drug pipe, and in the other, a lighter. He lit the drug pipe as he heated the subtending leaves of marijuana. Yes, marijuana. He probably might have been carrying it in his cylindrical bag.
He was suddenly mixing his alcohol contents with drugs. His life had been vandalised. Consumed by hallucinogenic euphoria.
His gravely staring eyes. Drooped with distorted reality.
Cecilia E. Page
Ce sat waiting with a microphone pinned to the boat neckline of her white organic tank top. A photo-shoot setting with a white sheet in the background and the lighting directing at her.
The free-spirited, 25 year-old was about to be interviewed on-set about her very first 3 minute short digital film titled, Pod.
She’d been experimenting with the digital camera “Epic” by digital RED One camera, recently used by director David Lynch for The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo. Ce or Etta as her colleagues called her, is a pregnant filmmaking graduate.
Ce switched the flashlight off. And waited. Waited to flash the beam the second time. Knowing how fiercely purging it was now.