Your average 30 year old man is leading the average 30 year old life. Good job, committed relationship and saving for his first house but the problem is that he's not happy with any of it. ... See full summary »
Will has a quick wit, good education, beautiful wife... and no direction. Schooled as a playwright, he has made an apathetic slide into construction work and a passionless marriage. When ... See full summary »
A show in which, each week, two rival teams are given the task of building some kind of machine, in one day, using only the items found in an unusually well-stocked scrapyard. Machines ... See full summary »
A group of nerd enthusiasts head to the woods of Bristol to partake in a LARPing session. When the bodies start piling up, the surviving LARP players will have to distinguish between what is part of the game and what is real if they are to survive.
When a young girl named Gemma Black (Jahannah James) returns to live at her family home after losing her boyfriend and job, she is horrified to discover that her mother (Fay Ripley) has ... See full summary »
Featuring Ashens insane fictional search for a piece of electronic tat for the fabled Game Child, accompanied by fan favourite Chef Excellence (a human version, not the bloody puppet), and together they try to overcome the odds - and all common sense - to lay our hands on the fabled Game Child, an old handheld video game. But a shadowy figure, aided by my irritating nemesis, wants the game for their own dastardly ends. Written by
Vinnie the Vole, a character from the fictional game "Vinnie the Vole's Existential Nightmare" that featured in an installment of Ashens' Tech Dump, also makes a cameo appearance in the opening credits. See more »
One scene in the movie is supposed to be set in 1991. However, all the vehicles seen in the background were all produced after 1991. See more »
KEEP WATCHING! We have one of those "Easter Eggs" at the end of the credits. It's a bit dark but we think it's quite funny. Also if you keep watching you'll get to see who the Key Grip is! Ever wonder why they call it an "Easter Egg"? We have no idea. See more »
One of the best low budget films even for non ashen fans
This really is a great movie. With a true plot and story and even without the high cost Hollywood production it still is filmed with good acting and story. A lot of passion and care was put into this film. Even if you were not a fan of Ashens famous pop station reviews you may still like this film. The film mixes real life film with little extra clay animation for a little better effect. The two main actors Ashens and chef excellence(Jeff) really do provide good acting that would not expect from a lower budget film as well as the background actors and the stage sets. Great concept/story of him going after a game boy clone the story is clear and easy to follow.
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