“One of the most visionary genre filmmakers working today. Imagine a fusion between the sensibilities of Salvador Dali, David Cronenberg, Ingmar Bergman, Tim Burton and the Quay Brothers, and you’ll have a partial idea of the sheer brilliance of this man’s work.” 
- Mitch Davis, Rue Morgue Magazine

“Genius, nothing less… Morgan’s work is fresh and thrilling to watch. You never know what you’re going to see, only that it’s going to amaze you.” 
- Jeremy Knox, Film Threat Magazine

“Morgan’s cinematic gifts lie, in part, in being able to convincingly give shape to otherworldly or even hallucinatory scenarios which combine horror with delight, suspense with dreamlike rapturous exhilaration; and an atmosphere pregnant with threat, menace and child-like wonder.” 
- Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art.

“Young British Filmmaker Robert Morgan’s brief (and growing) filmography is an extraordinary gift. His shorts are quiet riots – tiny moments in the infinite junkyard of celluloid that lies in my brain, but what a difference a moment makes." 
- Montreal Hour

“Robert Morgan displays a powerful visual gift in this vivid short for the Film Council’s Cinema Extreme strand. Somehow he effortlessly assumes a child’s unwavering gaze and phantasmagoric imagination, plunging the unwary viewer into a bloody Freudian vortex.”
- Cyber Cinema; The Guardian

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