I have no idea.
Phaze one. The person I presume to be the Plasma Baron
has themselves a birthday party and makes a doll beat up a robot. We then see what looks like guts and stuff.
Phaze two. A shadowy figure being followed. Well, okay… what the f*ck?
Phaze three. A woman’s recorded voice talking about meeting a stranger on a bus and being taken somewhere. Okay… this is kind of creepy.
Phaze four. A scary mask and a blow up doll with glowing eyes.
Phaze five. Clown paintings are scary. But fake body parts that have supposedly been cut off are not.
Phaze six. Mannequins and messed up recordings of a woman screaming. Yeah… creepy.
That’s it? I feel like I’m going to get a call saying I’ve got seven days to live. This is not a movie. It is a short film that plays like a nightmare. It is bizarre and not quite scary. But it is kind of creepy. This is not the kind of thing that I would want to see late at night with the television on. Plasma Baron is unique and sort of fascinating.
It’s six phazes (and that is how they spell it) with some nightmarish “Plasma Baron”. Several images are presented in the short running time. I don’t really know if I can recommend this necessarily, but it is strangely intriguing. The music is probably what makes this horror really creep under your skin. This is more of a dream that may be conjured up by a maniac. Oh, what the hell, I’ll recommend it because I haven’t seen anything quite like it and it kept me watching. But I think the robot doll would of kicked the other dolls ass… but I guess I could be wrong.