A radio show host is thrust into a world of video games and must fight to survive.


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Cast overview:
Chris Comeaux ...
Radio Show Host
Mysterious Caller / Mortician
Mike Romero ...
Radio Show Caller / Terrorist
Tricia Nicole Stevens ...
Radio Show Producer / Hostage
Gary Eckwortzel ...
Radio Station Executive / Terrorist
Caesar Ortega ...
Head Terrorist
Ana Gatchell ...
Michael Cagle ...
Kenny Smith ...
Issac Harris ...
Mortician's Assistant


When a radio show about video games is about to go under, a mysterious caller calls in and invites the host to try out his new creation. After jacking into the strange gaming system, it malfunctions and shorts out. Or does it? The host is thrust into a world where fantasy has become reality and he has to fight with everything he has learned from playing video games to survive. Written by Aaron Matthew Kaiser

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Release Date:

5 August 2004 (USA)  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The 48 Hour Film Project took place in San Diego from 7:00pm on Friday, July 30th, 2004 to 7:00pm on Sunday, August 1st, 1004. The script was completed at 4:30am Saturday morning and shooting lasted from 9:00am to 3:00am Sunday morning. The final product was delivered 12 minutes before the deadline of 7:30 at 7:18pm on Sunday. See more »

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Light and Cheesy
21 August 2006 | by (Anaheim, California) – See all my reviews

For a "timed" competition project, this film shows real promise: an "open" feel to the scenes, despite deliberately tight camera angles, a thoughtful if not novel premise, and a decent conclusion. What's missing is any nuance to the delivery of every actor with more than two lines. Their entire air seems to be "look at me, how well I act"; instead of that effortless inhabitance of the character evidenced by actors with a lot of experience...or a lot more talent. Find a day job, guys. Also (without giving anything away) I ask you to watch the actors in the third major scene missing their marks, and the cheesy (hammy?) conclusion. These are MAJOR flaws in a very short film, evidencing either a lack of production values or production talent.

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