The "Mime Massacre" is a tale of one man's lifelong mission for vengeance on all mimes that leads him to where the story begins, the mother of all mime gatherings, the Mime Workshop. ... See full summary »

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Ian Imrie ...
Mad Man
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Ladder Mime
Meghan Cooke ...
Teeter Mime #1
Dan Pelchat ...
Teeter Mime #2
Matt Reimer ...
Box Mime
James Chutter ...
Dog Mime
Warren Dinwoodie ...
Juggler Mime
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Tug of War Mime #1
Paul Schulz ...
Tug of War Mime #2
Colin Decker ...
Into Guy / Cheating Mime
Spencer Barkes ...
Mad Child
Michelle Barkes ...
Cheating Mother
Umar Gordon ...
News Guy
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Meghan Cooke ...
Teeter Mime #1
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The "Mime Massacre" is a tale of one man's lifelong mission for vengeance on all mimes that leads him to where the story begins, the mother of all mime gatherings, the Mime Workshop. Penetrating the mime lair, the Mad Man's years of both hatred and unwitting respect for the craft of mime, culminate in explosive mayhem. The Mad Man uses the one method the mimes are powerless against, the dark side of mime. The root of the Man's madness is revealed through a shocking faded memory from his childhood, of a disturbing encounter with a mime. This memory was the catalyst for the creation of a monster with a human soul. The "Mime Massacre" leaves us with a highly debated question, just how powerful is the untapped human brain?... Or was it all just bullshit? Written by Jennifer Jang

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1 September 2006 (USA)  »

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CAD 1,500 (estimated)
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Winner: "Best Comedy" award at the Winnipeg International Film Festival, June 2006 See more »

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22 March 2008 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Mime Massacre (2006)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

Inventive horror short about a man who hates mimes so he goes to a factory full of them and starts killing. This is a pretty smart and funny short that manages to throw all sorts of gore at the viewer but also manages to be quite funny. The film is done in "mime style" meaning that there aren't any spoken words. Everything is acted out just like a mime and that includes all the murders. All of this leads to some pretty funny stuff if you have a dislike for real mimes. Director Decker does a good job handling all the gore and comedy and blends the two very well. The gore level is quite high but it's all done in a tasteful and over the top way. This film certainly wouldn't work as a feature but it's perfectly suited for its 7-minute running time.


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