Used to be, a 27 minute film was a terrible idea, not long enough to be seen as a feature, too long to fit within a festival shorts block. But along came web distribution, unlocking short features from the shackles of "wrong length" and providing them a way to be seen on their own...Vlogger is the kind of 27 minutes that could have been stretched, but it has economy on its mind so it spares us the repetition. Its setup is not entirely unique: a lonely man becomes obsessed with a woman on the internet, via her emotionally revealing webcam show about her struggles as an actress. But it gets weirder when the woman (Jenna D'Angelo) moves into his building, immediately making her presence felt. Except maybe it's not real, maybe he's imagining her. Maybe when he gets stoned with his excitable, wannabe sketch comedian roommates, his imagination takes over, starts tellin lies. The man is played by Michael Fentin and, although this is his only current IMDB credit, he's a great actor, full of vulnerability, able to shoulder a precarious combo of obsession & confusion. Tyler Rubenfeld writes, directs, and edits, impressively getting to the point and getting out.