An out-of-work photographer finds a severed arm in the woods and brings it home. When his girlfriend finds out about his discovery, the two get into a long-winded argument about their ... See full summary »

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Matt Wirth

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Matt Wirth
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Mikayla Park Mikayla Park ... Honey
Markus Blivian Markus Blivian ... Sugar
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An out-of-work photographer finds a severed arm in the woods and brings it home. When his girlfriend finds out about his discovery, the two get into a long-winded argument about their relationship. Before the night is over, someone will propose marriage, someone will find their long-lost cat... and someone will be dead. Written by Matt Wirth

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A relationship out on a limb

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Short | Comedy | Horror

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USA

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English

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18 September 2009 (USA) See more »

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$1,000 (estimated)
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Consumption Studios See more »
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When Sugar (Markus Blivian) goes into the kitchen, there is a bottle of honey and a box of sugar on top of the refrigerator. This is a reference to the couple's nicknames, "Honey" and "Sugar". See more »

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Very funny/very creepy short film
9 October 2009 | by southbaygeekSee all my reviews

It's hard to classify "The Arm" as a horror movie or a comedy, because it teeters between the two so well. The film follows an argument between a boyfriend (Markus Blivian, channeling Mark Borchardt of "American Movie" fame) and a girlfriend (Mikayla Park, a truly talented new actress) over the severed arm the boyfriend has brought home. As you hear them bicker and argue like an everyday couple, you almost forget that the subject is a chunk of rotting flesh. Until you here what the boyfriend's true intentions are after all...

Although the lackluster sound quality does hinder the movie a bit, the minimalist camera-work and stark lighting give it the look of a reality show shot by Roger Deakins. With sparse music, raw language and no names to protect the innocent (or guilty), the events of "The Arm" could be easily going on in the apartment right next to you...


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