The Orangutan (2018)

Roger's nephew is coming to visit him the day after Christmas--the only problem is, Roger hasn't got him a present. Partly because he has no idea what to get. After visiting an antique ... See full summary »

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Doralis Mendez ...
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Dylan R. Nix ...
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Jeff Everhart ...
Edgar Klaven
Gunner Clarke ...
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Jesse Asner ...
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Shane Williams ...
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Chloë Lynee ...
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Crayton McBride ...
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Roger's nephew is coming to visit him the day after Christmas--the only problem is, Roger hasn't got him a present. Partly because he has no idea what to get. After visiting an antique store he stumbles upon an old and mysterious plush orangutan which he purchases. Shortly after bringing it home, he and his roommate Dante begin to notice strange things around the house...the front door is left open...the pet cat keeps running away...and the bananas are gone. Written by Nathan Smith

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This Christmas you will fear the Orangutan.

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Horror

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25 December 2018 (USA)  »

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The First Year  »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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This is the first film in which Dylan R. Nix is both the writer and director but does not star. "I don't want it to seem like it is the Dylan Nix show, because it's not. I would have loved to have someone else play Laugho...okay, maybe not...but no the only reason I've been in all of my stuff so far is because it's hard to find people that want to or can dedicate themselves to a project, especially since we all work day jobs and whatnot. At least at the end of the day, I can always count on myself to show up. And even though I was in that fake trailer, I knew the minute I was going to turn it into a feature, that I did not want to star in it. Not even a supporting role. I want to work with others. And thankfully, with this project I've met some really great and talented people that have wanted to be a part of it." See more »

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