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A funny thing happened to me at the Cinema Wasteland convention in Cleveland this afternoon. A friend and I was coming out of the dealer room to go to the bar when some young punk heard us talking about the cute girl working at the Carl Merrit Productions table inside and approached me. He was drunk or high on something, had greasy hair and his clothes looked like they were purchased at Good Will. He began talking about Mr. Merrit's movie as though it were trash. He said he was involved in the local film community and advised us to return the movie and get my money back without even watching it. I was confused because another friend of mine that I see at this convention every six months once said this was a good movie so that's why I bought it. We were amused by this young idiot so we listened to him to get a quick laugh. It sounded like he was jealous. He begged us to buy him a beer and went on roasting Abes Tomb with highly technical babble as if he were a real professional in the film industry and we should listen to him because he knew what he was talking about. Yeah right. A young punk in his twenties being another Steven Spielberg! What a laugh! He said that he was a friend of somebody very well known in Hollywood by the name if Alan Tusk. From the way this kid went on it sounded like this hotshot Hollywood filmmaker Alan guy was also jealous of Abe's Tomb. This was all making me like Abe's Tomb already and I couldn't wait to get back up to my hotel room to watch it on my portable DVD player! After a few minutes we got tired of listening to this creep and went back inside the convention. We see another movie producer selling his product behind a table and after we talk for a while I bring up the subject of Abe's Tomb and told him what I heard. I learned a lot about Cleveland film people from this nice and obviously successful film producer today. I was told that Alan Tusk and his cronies at a production company called P13 Entertainment were made fools of by Carl Merrit when Abe's Tomb won award after award at regional film festivals. It seems Tusk and his people went public early on in production saying Abe's Tomb would never fly. They began recruiting people to trash Merrit's movie on every pubic forum they knew. When it won awards and went on to television and then world wide distribution Tusk was embarrassed and he now urges people not to buy Merrit's product so Merritt won't have enough money to produce a 2nd movie. I heard about this IMDb website and how movie people are cutting Merrit down. I was then told Tusk is an outcast in Hollywood. I was also told that Merrit just lets all these petty lies continue because he's not the sort to stab others in the back. I was so angered by this I wanted to talk to some of these punk movie makers but was told most don't have the money to attend this convention. I wondered how they could make a movie if they didn't even have $15 to their name? So I went to search for Merrit. He still wasn't at his dealer table. I found him outside on a break talking to someone. I interrupted and shook his hand. Not only for completing a movie but for being a real man. Everyone in the group outside was waiting for an explanation but I just left. Unlike backstabbers like those from P13 Entertainment and other wannabe film people Merrit IS a real man. After all I see none of HIS comments on here backstabbing his competition, all I see are jealous comments from others obviously in the film industry. I eventually went back to my room and after taking a shower and ordering pizza I unwrapped Abe's tomb and unpacked my DVD player. I just finished it and came to this so called professional website to proclaim that my hunch about Merrit's movie was right. I liked Abe's Tomb. It was in fact about the best independent movie I ever bought at this convention. There were no boobies like most of the other independent horror flicks made today because Merrit's vampire movie didn't NEED that sort of childish crap from actual whores claiming to be upcoming starlets from Cleveland. Sure lighting flopped in a couple places but this is an independent movie not a 10 million $ Hollywood production. Anybody knowing anything about independent movies at all knows to expect small imperfections like this. One of the things that make independent movies so fantastic to watch is the fact that quote ONE LONE MAN unquote with limited resources can make a movie with 90 % of the quality of a movie made in L.A. that has a budget as large as the gross income of some small countries. Merritt did a excellent job making Abe's Tomb and I'll be keeping his movie in my collection. Roasting others is how most independent film people in Ohio do business on a daily business. They backstab and anonymously try to put other film producers in ruin with lies on any public forum. After reading what's already on this website I'm sure they will respond to my comment with more lies also. Merrit is obviously above that sort of immature behavior and it shows in his work. I'm Cody Perkins from Sandusky and I'm here to publicly proclaim that I liked the movie Abe's Tomb and I'm sure everybody else that enjoys independently made movies will also. Congratulations Mr. Merrit and to all your independent actors for a job very well done! I hear there will be a Abe's Tomb 2. I'm looking forward to watching it!
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