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Two Guys. One Room. When the world ends, the battle begins.
Jay and Seth are at each other's throats while holed up in a messy apartment during an apocalyptic crisis. | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Jason Stone 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Evan Goldberg 
Seth Rogen 
Jason Stone 

Produced by
Rachel Robb Kondrath .... producer
Jason Stone .... producer
Original Music by
Mark Petrie 
Cinematography by
Jay Visit 
Film Editing by
Neel Upadhye 
Production Design by
Rachel Robb Kondrath 
Costume Design by
Diana Demoff  (as Diana Edgmon)
Briana Jorgenson 
Makeup Department
Scott Randall .... makeup artist (as Scott Randal)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Benjamin Wilkins .... assistant director
Art Department
Mariko Austin .... construction crew
John Blair .... construction crew
Randi Cohn .... construction crew
Rob Connolly .... construction crew
Adam Cuevas .... construction crew
Vineet Dewan .... construction crew
Vincent Flemming .... construction crew
Alex Garcia .... construction crew
Nich Gassoway .... construction crew
Justin Guerrero .... construction crew
Julia Hardman .... construction crew
Ann Acacia Kim .... construction crew
Orlando Ordonez .... construction crew
Allison Schroeder .... construction crew
Sean-Michael Smith .... construction crew
Javier Solis .... construction crew
Sarah Tarkoff .... set dresser
Susan Thampi .... construction crew
Sound Department
Joshua Chase .... sound editor (as Josh Chase)
Elizabeth Johnson .... sound editor
Patrick Knipe .... sound mixer
Visual Effects by
Chris Coats .... additional visual effects
Marc Sadeghi .... visual effects
Sari Stewart .... visual effects
Scott Stewart .... visual effects
Camera and Electrical Department
John Blair .... grip
Rob Connolly .... camera operator
Vineet Dewan .... still photographer
Michael Flores .... grip
Paul Fonarey .... boom operator
Matthew Freedman .... first assistant camera: a-cam
Elizabeth Johnson .... boom operator
Michael Johnson .... grip
Ann Acacia Kim .... first assistant camera: b-cam
Jon Michael Kondrath .... key grip (as Jon Kondrath)
Nick Oceano .... grip (as Nicholas Oceano)
Edward Osei-Gyimah .... grip
Javier Solis .... grip
Michael Swingler .... best boy electric
Sarah Takahashi .... grip
Neel Upadhye .... boom operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Mojdeh Daftary .... additional wardrobe
Briana Jorgenson .... wardrobe supervisor
Editorial Department
Edward Osei-Gyimah .... additional editor
Michael Swingler .... additional editor
Other crew
Giordany Orellana .... production assistant
Nathan Punwar .... production assistant
Allison Schroeder .... script supervisor
Tom Anderson .... special thanks
Abel Cinetech .... special thanks
Vineet Dewan .... special thanks
Rebecca Flores .... special thanks
Stephen Goepel .... special thanks
Joe Wallenstein .... special thanks

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10 min

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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
creepy, but not very 'funny', 20 January 2015
Author: MisterWhiplash from United States

Jason Stone is the director of this odd little short film that somehow, years later, inspired Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg - who were involved in writing and producing this - to make the wonderfully sophomoric and smart-dumb This is the End. This short just has Seth and Jay, who we later see in the feature, as 'themselves', though it's not quite the kind of apocalypse that one might see in the feature (it should be noted you can check out the short on the blu-ray of 'End'). It's mostly an excuse for the filmmaker to show off a ratty and scuzzy apartment the two characters of the same actors names are in, and how they argue throughout about going outside or doing this or that or not. It's not really 'bad', but it's not all that funny, except for a few quips that sound unscripted. The acting is kind of forced - I think Rogen was still getting better as an actor but not quite there yet - as they argue about the roof or faucets or food or whatever. It's only ten minutes long, but feels longer, mostly due to pacing.

Again, not a badly made film at all, if anything Stone should be commended for a creepy atmosphere and an ambiance of dread, as everything is dark and weird and off-putting just in the look of the location. I just wish that there was more focus in what Rogen and Baruchel were doing together on screen. Anything that's funny is kind of accidental, and the end is inevitable but probably could've used a little more time to set up or execute. I sound like I'm hard on this, but it's mostly due to expectations: after loving the feature so much I thought the short would be this cool little nugget that could be worked upon. There's no real satire here about celebrity, it's just a couple of goofs trying to figure stuff out but not very well, or very entertaining is the thing.

It's a good curiosity, though I can see why the filmmakers decided to expand it and make it more of an epic comedy about vanity and ego. There's only slivers of that here, and a lot of, frankly, tedium.

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