A computer scientist teams up with a film student for an ambitious project: finding the perfect set of images that will induce hallucinogenic visions of God. But just as they succeed, they find themselves pursued by a mysterious religious sect. Be sure to watch this one to the very end.
The Brain Hack, which was written, directed, and edited by Joseph White, is fun to watch online, but I imagine the effect is even better in the theater at a festival as it winds its way to its final, meta twist. It's an incredibly clever use of the short film format in horror, making the viewer a participant in its events.
[via Short of the Week]