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The Netherbeast of Berm-Tech Industries, Inc. (2004)

It's a hectic day for three employees of Berm-Tech Industries: Kevin discovers that the Donnelly Initiative is a mess; Daryl has only one day to rewrite it; and Mike has a wooden stake driven deeply into his chest.

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Kevin
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Heather Phillips ...
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It's a hectic day for three employees of Berm-Tech Industries: Kevin discovers that the Donnelly Initiative is a mess; Daryl has only one day to rewrite it; and Mike has a wooden stake driven deeply into his chest.

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28 October 2004 (USA)  »

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$3,000 (estimated)
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Connections

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Wow...I would hate to work for Berm-Tech Industries.
29 March 2009 | by See all my reviews

This is an exceptional short comedy that is so surreal you can't help but laugh. The film begins with the boss, Kevin, talking to one of his employees about the importance of re-writing an important proposal ASAP. The problem is, that as they are talking, another co-worker is lying in one of the chairs--dead and with a stake in his heart!! During all this conversation, Kevin doesn't even mention anything about there being a dead employee there and he only talks about it when asked. Even then, he answers as if everything he's saying makes sense and has no idea why the other guy is so upset!!

The film has an excellent, albeit strange, plot. But what really makes the film is the strange way that the script is delivered. Bob Rue's delivery (as Kevin) really does make the film as does the cute ending. All in all, it's one of the funniest shorts I've seen in some time--kudos for doing something different and truly funny.


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