Professor Okembje's latest invention signals the dawn of a new era. But will it be the humanity's salvation ... or its damnation? A team of intrepid detectives find themselves caught in a ... See full summary »

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Fred Henry III ...
Professor Okembje
Lindsay Tierstein ...
Department of Agriculture
Kristin Allmer ...
Department of Conservation
Tony Lombardo ...
Food and Drug Administration
Mike Dilorenzo ...
Marvin
Brenda Belohoubek ...
Swedish Backpacker
Andrew Birchenough ...
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Matthew Catania ...
Coroner
Korey Hughes ...
Sarah
Jack Gattanella ...
Roy
Casey Walker ...
Casserole Corpse
Christina Hoffman ...
Housewife the First
Krystle Von Thaden ...
Housewife the Second
Matt Rosen ...
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Professor Okembje's latest invention signals the dawn of a new era. But will it be the humanity's salvation ... or its damnation? A team of intrepid detectives find themselves caught in a harrowing game of cat and mouse as they attempt to solve its riddle. Woe betides any who dare not gaze upon the majesty that is FILLER! Written by Anonymous

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Twelve minutes of your life you'll never get back! See more »


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2 May 2008 (USA)  »

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After finally getting a room to film the opening scene when the cast and crew were all available, all the University's cameras were loaned out on the shooting day. Luckily, Chris Nordonne donated the use of his camera for that scene. See more »

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Andrew Birchenough's name is misspelled once in the opening credits. See more »

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Food and Drug Administration: We can't possibly approve this device until you make it safe for public use!
Professor Okembje: Nonsense! I spent the best 30 years of my life inventing the food teleporter. I'm not going to use the 30 second best years of my life changing it because of your dumb ethics.
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FILLER! dishes up deadly humor!
25 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

FILLER! is a smart and snarky satire on the B movie classic. Deranged mad scientist...check. Ingenious murder machine...check. Sharp-tongued detectives without a clue...check. Exotic locales...check. Bizarre assortment of props...check. Thespians of varying quality...check. Unbelieavable production quality...double check. Surely, no expense was spared to bring FILLER! to film. If you like absurd films and watch them with low expectations, you will really enjoy FILLER! It doesn't take itself seriously and neither should the viewer. Beyond its facade of a quirky spoof it actually has a deeper message about the consequences of waste and hubris. The acting is great and the lines are even better. How can a film be bad when one character says: "Judging from my autopsy, the killer and or killers need to have access to the following items: a food teleporter and food."?


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