I'm surprised at the low ratings for this movie. I had the good fortune of catching it last night at the Birmingham Library Short Films event, and it went down very well all round. It's very funny, Mark Pressdee does a great job as the flatulent, belching layabout, whom the house's other tenant is desperately trying to get rid of. Comedy value is high, and it's well made for the most part. It was interesting some see some props by Andy Dingley of Savage Optic FX that I've used myself in some of my more recent films, small world. I recommend a viewing if you're lucky enough to come across this film at a showing near you.
The location in Stratford-Upon-Avon is also especially excellent, and adds to the atmosphere, especially with the After Effects thunder and lighting (and some rain too) added on for good measure. Has a bit of a 'Bloodbath at the House of Death' feeling to it, and the comedy itself is along similar lines. Deserves a DVD release, really.
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