Jimbo -Says It’s Time To Kill | Horror Short | KT Review

Coffee breaks getting boring? Too many already read magazines in the waiting room? Need a little more arm room on your commute? Watch Jimbo. There’s nothing quite like a horror short to put the pep back in your day, make those waiting times more entertaining, or get your too close neighbour to shuffle away a bit when they glance over to see what you’re watching -or lean in, you never know, you might make a new friend.


Jimbo is a short horror movie written by Jeffrey Turboff and Caycee Black and directed by Jeffrey Turboff. Jimbo won Best Revenge Short, got Jeffrey Turboff a Best Actor Nomination and 3 Best Actress Awards for the lead actress, Caycee Black. You may have seen the film at Macabre Faire Film Festival, Montreal Horror Fest, or Scare-A-Con. But if you haven’t, you’re in for a treat.

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A veteran hearing voices holds a woman captive in his basement, and after failing to escape she must convince her captor to follow her commands instead so she can get free before it’s too late.

Starring Caycee Black (Cats Kill, Follow Her), Alison Keane, and Jeffrey Turboff (Mad, Trapped in Amber).


Jimbo Short Horror Film Review Conclusion

I would watch it again – This was a fun, gory little film. Brilliantly acted and with amazing voice changes, the story comes to life quickly. Violent, bloody, and action-packed, this short film deserves a watch. Well shot and with great music, you can watch it here on your next coffee break. Or on Amazon Prime US here and UK here.

4 Stars

You can find out more about Jeffrey Turboff and his work (and other films) here and more on the short, Jimbo, on Facebook here

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