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1991 (USA) See more »
Blood drips right here.
Washed up actor Don Knotts shows up on the back lot of Universal Studios in Hollywood, California in hopes of landing a role in the new Disney movie... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Blood Drips is what happens when teenage boys have a movie camera on a movie set. See more (5 total) »



Christian Bale ... Himself

Marty Belafsky ... Himself

Lucy Boryer ... Newswoman

Max Casella ... Himself

Dee Caspary ... Himself
Mark David ... Don Knotts
Brett Dieball ... Fire Marshall
Ivan Dudynsky ... Himself

Luke Edwards ... Himself

Michael A. Goorjian ... Himself
Shon Greenblatt ... Sunnyside Mental Institution Guard
Gregg Kent-Smith ... Himself

Michael Lerner ... Himself

Aaron Lohr ... Himself

Dominic Lucero ... Himself
Dominic Maldonado ... Himself

David Moscow ... Himself

Kenny Ortega ... Himself
Trey Parker ... Himself

Bill Pullman ... Newsreporter

David Sidoni ... Himself

Directed by
Michael A. Goorjian 
Produced by
Max Casella .... producer
Cinematography by
Ivan Dudynsky 
Other crew
Trey Parker .... creative consultant

Additional Details

25 min

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The movie was shot on a 1/2 VHS camcorder with the music being provided by a tape deck, held up next to the camera.See more »
Continuity: Michael Goorjian is seen wearing a pink shirt when he ties the rope around his neck. In the next scene, the body dragged behind Don Knotts' car is wearing a white shirt.See more »
Fire Marshall:You say you wanna build a bomb, eh? So, whaddya got in mind soldier boy?See more »


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15 out of 16 people found the following review useful.
Blood Drips is what happens when teenage boys have a movie camera on a movie set., 15 September 2005
Author: MondieGoil from Ohio, United States

For any fan of Newsies, Blood Drips is entirely necessary for your film collection. The actors from the movie Newsies used a video camera and filmed a horror movie with Mark David starring as the protagonist who just wants a role in the movie, Newsies. You can get it offline on various fan sites, or if you're really lucky, you might have a friend who gives you his copy as a gift (Thanks again, Charlie!). It's very cute and teenage-boyish. I've personally shown it to all of my friends here at college, and we love it. Michael Goorjian is pretty much our hero -- not to mention Mark David, who has an impeccable Don Knotts impersonation. It's only too bad that Aaron Lohr's part was so very small. ;) But honestly, it's very cute and planned well -- and includes behind-the-scenes looks at movie sets, and interesting directing choices. Some of the humor is very low-brow (it IS teenage boys writing/directing/starring in this, after all), but overall charming and very funny.

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