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Unlike most murders that usually last for seconds or even hours, for the first time in the fabulous history of cinema, this premeditated, peculiarly cold-blooded and utterly merciless one, lasts for years. To be more specific, at first, it started as an unobtrusive annoyance, but shortly afterwards, it became a genuinely dreadful and sticky threat, forcing the hapless Forensic Pathologist Jack Cucchiaio to run for his life. The menace: A feral omnipresent entity that never sleeps, never forgets, and above all, never forgives. The weapon of choice: An exceptionally ineffective old-fashioned spoon. Chances of survival: None.Written by
I saw this incredibly hilarious short film today at the LA comedy shorts festival and it was the best of the day! The concept was perfect, the spoofy-ness of it was extremely funny and so were all the other jokes.
After watching it, my friend and I got to talk with the director and actors and we had a blast because they were very nice and their movie kicked ass.
I would love for this to be a full length picture someday, I simply couldn't get enough of it. I even saw that the director of it was wearing a T-shirt for this film and I wanted it! Great job to all of the folks involved with this film, keep it up and please make this full-length someday!
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