There is a darkness that we keep masked most of the year, but in October, our collective consciousness allows for this darkness to rise to the surface. Scary films are marketed towards us at this time when seasons change from warm to cold. The leaves fall and parts of nature experience a temporary death. The sun goes down earlier than the season before, giving us more night and even more darkness. We are vulnerable in the dark so we learn to embrace it and adapt to it. Our shadow side helps us in this transition as it understands darkness best. In response to this transition, my shadow side decided to make short horror film called Mirror St. The goal was to put the audience in the shoes of a horrified woman as she walks through the city streets in a nightmarish dream-state.