A sequel to Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, set as a modern-day mafia thriller film.


Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Roberts ...
Caralyn Stone ...
Jason Schneider ...
Jeremy Park ...
Thomas Melvin Smith ...
Christina Kominek ...
Mean Kid / Funeral Guest / Malvolio (voice)
Scott MacMahon ...
Helen Kominek ...
Big Kid (voice)
Benjamin Laird ...
Bryce Evans ...
Alexander Kominek ...
Carol-Anne Day ...
Cvett Trpkov ...
Jenny Kost ...
Stuart MacMahon ...


Mob enforcer Sebastian (Jason Schneider) has just married Olivia (Caralyn Stone). While working on a big drug deal with best friend Toby (Jeremy Park) for mob boss Orsino (Anton Yavny), a ghost from their past (Scott Roberts) threatens to destroy Sebastian and Olivia's future together. Written by Alexander Kominek

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When your past threatens to destroy your future, you have to take matters into your own hands - do whatever it takes - to protect the one you love.

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Release Date:

8 January 2012 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Malvolio  »

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Box Office


CAD 500 (estimated)

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


The film was released on YouTube on Jan 8, 2012, and has over 29,000 views. See more »


When Sebastian is walking to his kitchen at the beginning of the movie, a tripod is briefly visible by the front door. See more »


Fabian: If Malvolio's still alive, the first thing he's going to do is come after you, me, and anyone else who's wronged him. A man who's been through that much suffering only has one thing on his mind: revenge. He can't be persuaded, he can't be reasoned with. He's going to keep coming after us until we're all gone. The only way to stop him is to kill him - and make sure he's dead this time.
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The credits are written in blood. See more »


Featured in Shutout (2011) See more »


Music by Super Triple Goos
Produced by Andrew Kominek (as Wal Martian)
Copyright © 2009 Grime Shoppers
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This movie is only good for two reasons...
31 July 2014 | by (Unknown) – See all my reviews

The fact that two anime voice actors are in it, (Carol-Anne Day and Scott Roberts) and the music. I was really excited to see this because they are in it. This is a really bad movie with somewhat bad acting and doesn't have a good story. The story is long and boring with only a few good scenes in it. I thought it would be interesting that the two anime voice actors from Blue Water Studios were in it but apparently even that couldn't even save it. The music is catchy however. The story doesn't even make sense. It doesn't say why Malvolio was killed the first time, they just come out and say that 'He's back'. This is a supposed sequel to William Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" but it's not worth it.

There isn't even any character development. I was actually happy for Violia when she got shot by Malvolio. I give Malvolio a 1 out of 10.

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