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The Knight Jerks Trilogy (2010)

Unrated | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | Video 30 December 2010
"The Knight Jerks Trilogy" is a Sci-Fi/ Comedy trilogy of short films which features an unusual blend of humor, super-powers, and slapstick. In "Knight Jerks," two best friends happen upon ... See full summary »

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Zach Klinefelter ...
Knight Jerk 1
Jess Manley ...
Knight Jerk 2
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Schroyer
David Kelley ...
Knight Jerk 3
Matt Dick ...
Beevis
Beatrice Moss ...
Orakle
Chris Hazenberg ...
Doomed Clerk
Josh Kangley ...
Mini-Mart Clerk 2
Ophelia Nelson ...
Video Store Clerk 1
Gary Spurling ...
The Christmas Hobo
Dixon Hynes ...
Dixon
Nina Kali Wawracz ...
Video Store Clerk 2
Kara Merfeld ...
Video Store Girl #1
Molly LeCompte ...
Video Store Girl #2
Lauren Bruce ...
Video Store Girl #3
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"The Knight Jerks Trilogy" is a Sci-Fi/ Comedy trilogy of short films which features an unusual blend of humor, super-powers, and slapstick. In "Knight Jerks," two best friends happen upon a giant stash of cash. The duo starts going on a spending spree, but Schroyer, the evil man whose money they took, starts stalking them... leading to a super-powered climax with the Knight Jerks vs. Schroyer. In "Knight Jerks II: The Quickening," Schroyer returns from another dimension to seek his revenge against the Knight Jerks who sent him there. Crazier than ever, the duo must train for a second, darker confrontation against an even more powerful Schroyer. Only by consulting the great and wise Orakle can they hope to save the universe from Schroyer's dark powers once again. In "Knight Jerks III: The Final Frontier," the saga concludes as Schroyer returns with enough power and hatred to incinerate the planet. The Knight Jerks join forces for a climactic showdown against their seemingly immortal ... Written by Anonymous

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Every trilogy has a beginning... every trilogy has a middle... and every trilogy has a third, final chapter.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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