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Herd (1999)

 -  Sci-Fi | Short  -  10 April 1999 (USA)
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Kent Osborne ...
Dorman
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Tom Winkler ...
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Late one night during principal photography in Burbank, California, an older woman living near the filming location came over to writer 'Paul Tibbett' and demanded she get compensated. She complained that the electrical currents being created by a portable generator were making her "teeth loose". See more »

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Spoofs E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) See more »

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Secret Lovers
Written & Performed by Shawn Patterson
Under License from Drohnend Publishing/Hamhock Studios - ASCAP
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Hilarious, brilliant, amazing
22 September 1999 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

My roommate's an assistant on "Deuce", the new Rob Schneider vehicle over at Touchstone. He was telling me that the film's director is just a few years older than we are. So when he brought home the guy's short film, "Herd", I had high expectations.

I haven't laughed that hard in a long time. This film is a work of genius. Instead of being restrained by budget limitations, Mitchell utilizes them for humorous effect. The result is hilarious. The bookmark sequences are beautifully crafted as well, leaving the viewer with a calm sense of awe. All in all, a wonderfully spectacular effort.

I now see why he got the job.


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