|This is quite excellent. The scenes flow nicely, there's some really strong visuals, it's short and sweet and a little disturbing. The structure is clear and easily swallowable. I'd watch this, and I definitely show it to my friends.
I do find it slightly unbelievable that a 10 year old would be prescribed medication so hastily because of something as innocent as having an imaginary friend. But it's questionable enough to make me tune out, and given that the story is told from the perspective of the boy, it's hard to tell exactly how strange he's been acting, or how long he's been mucking around with Matt.
I would've like to see a more drawn out climax/catharsis. In the watchtower we see a somewhat abrupt turnaround, and the main characters earth-shattering realization of who the beast is and the nature of Matt is sort rushed.
I almost feel like the final fantasy scene should incorporate more of the other fantastical characters/locations, in a sort of cerebral onslaught of imaginary creatures/characters. I dunno.
I feel like the greater the scope, the more impressive the daydream, the harder it falls away. And I really would like to see a bit of pain in Oscar as he murders his best friend in favour of his mother. It's kind of a huge breakthrough, and I'd maximize the catharsis, no matter how fleeting it is - and I'm glad you made it fleeting. It's not cry-worthy. It doesn't seem to be meant to tear your heart out, but it should tug a little. I dunno. I dunno. I ramble. I'm sorry.
Kind of loved it, though, and I could super-duper relate to the main character. Like I said, if this were a film, I'd watch it. Heck, I'd buy it.