What happens when a government agent finds his body at the mercy of a lethal kind of state control and his life hijacked by a cigarette-smoking monster, a carnivorous nurse, and a beautiful blonde.



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Nurse Ned
John Casey ...
Mr. Nacob
Ilion Troya ...
Mr. Yomkin
Alexandria Kryzaniwsky ...


In early 2006, in response to changing forms of international crime, the state renamed itself as The Organism and embarked on a bold project of biological cataloging and people management. To control citizens through their most minute biological details, the organism has created a group of highly skilled "Katalog Men" who are sent to empty homes in order to database the smears and banalities of citizen's daily existence. While looking for biological clues at the house of a state representative, expert katalog man Mr. Nacob finds himself at the mercy of the Organism and under surveillance by his superior. Accused of incompetence in identifying sexual crimes, and suffering from stomach pains, Mr. Nacob is sent to the Nurse in command. A notorious figure in the medical world and the owner of a slimy, cigarette-smoking, meat-blob monster, Nurse Ned diagnoses a serious malady that makes Nacob vulnerable to the Organism's new extermination program. She warns Nacob: he'd better shape up and ... Written by Anonymous

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Short | Fantasy | Horror






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29 July 2005 (USA)  »

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