Meet Peltzer Arbuckle, a meek and bullied office employee, humiliated by his megalomaniac boss, teasing colleagues and his cheating partner. Peltzer spends his days in misery, stuck in his own mundane, nightmarish reality. Once news about his embarrassing sexual accident makes it's way around the workplace, Peltzer decides to put up with his humiliation no more, and conjures up his childhood imaginary friend Ronnie. Peltzer's world is soon turned upside down, when Ronnie attempts to manipulate him to exact revenge on his tormenting co-workers in the most gruesome fashion. As the body count stacks up, Peltzer must ultimately decide whether to run away from his past or take control of his future, as he battles between sanity and madness, in this twisted tale of infidelity, revenge and snapped banjo strings.Written by
by Shane Pain (Razorblade Picnic) See more »
Who needs friends.
This film is a unique tale of romance in a office. You know man meets woman, then his friend turns up one day.
I do like this kind of British horror film. It made me laugh, it made me look away in parts and it did not take itself to seriously . The effects, sounds and sets are good some of the cinematography was not as good the comedy did make up for that.
You can see some nods to other film styles but you kind of expect that in this kind of film. I would of liked to know some of the who's and whys to move the story along. As this is the directors first feature film all I can say is well done please carry on.
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