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Spyware (2005)

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A Spy is sent into the jungles of Latin America to retrieve stolen secret codes


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Credited cast:
Lee Brandt ...
M. Munchly
Amy Danielson ...
Luis Enriquez ...
Funnel Weaver
Wolf Spider
Daddy Longlegs
Krisheena Malik ...
Velvet Mite
Black Widow
Lance Peterson ...
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James White ...
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A Spy is sent into the jungles of Latin America to retrieve stolen secret codes

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Spyware: 48 Hours in Hell
2 September 2005 | by See all my reviews

Spyware is a film that was written, produced, directed, and edited in just 48 hours. As part of the 48 Hour Film Project, Spyware was the fifth film produced by Freak Show Entertainment. With a team put together on short notice by director Ezequiel everybody pulled together to complete the film on time. The day before we started shooting Freak Show was given the genre, character, and prop that needed to be utilized in the film. Our unique genre was SPY but everybody in the competition had to use the character of M. Munchly, a computer programmer, and a salt shaker as a prop. Thanks to producer Joseph Guzman, Freak Show was able to acquire a vast array of military props, uniforms and vehicles. With some excellent camera work and set dressing we were able to transform an overgrown vacant lot in Riverside, CA into the Jungles of South America.

Spyware received several awards for their effort including best cinematography, best editing, best sound fx and best music.

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