A casual conversation about serial killers marks the start of a beautiful friendship - that is, until Carlton discovers his new friend might actually be a killer himself.


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Credited cast:
Thomas W. Ashworth ... Carlton (as Thomas Ashworth)
Jeff Elam Jeff Elam ... The Stranger
Joseph Callari ... Newspaper Salesman
Michael Q. Schmidt ... Mr. Blumpkin
Krista Milis Krista Milis ... Mrs. Blumpkin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stephanie Anderson Stephanie Anderson ... Photo extra
Chelsea Andrews Chelsea Andrews ... Photo extra
Lauren Branson Lauren Branson ... Photo extra
Jennifer Carlile Jennifer Carlile ... Photo extra
Jessica Carlile Jessica Carlile ... Photo extra
Mark Carlile Mark Carlile ... Photo extra
James A. Heim James A. Heim ... Photo extra
Erin Lunsford Erin Lunsford ... Photo extra
Harrison Mertz Harrison Mertz ... Photo extra
Jennifer Miguel Jennifer Miguel ... Photo extra


Carlton (Thomas W. Ashworth) meets a pleasant stranger (Jeff Elam) at a newspaper stand and the two begin chatting about their all-time favorite serial killers. After reminiscing for a while about how difficult it is for a killer to "get away with more than one" victim, the stranger proposes a method of his own derivation wherein a special formula of "hydoxy-metho-xyben-zaldhyde" causes a fatal stroke when the victim reaches the height of "personal pleasure". The viewer sees scenes where Mister Blumpkin (Michael Q. Schmidt) dies while being amorous alone and with his wife (Krista Milis). Carlton dismisses the idea as jest as the two make plans to continue their discussion that evening. Upon returning home, Carlton discovers a stack of old newspaper articles, all of which focus on unusual deaths occurring during copulation or orgasm. Excited to share his discovery, he makes his way to the stranger's apartment. While there, he mistakenly enters the man's photography studio and finds it ... Written by Thomas Andrew Sims IV

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Things are never quite what one assumes


Short | Comedy | Drama | Mystery







Release Date:

11 May 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Carnal Love See more »


Box Office


$10,000 (estimated)
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TASIV productions See more »
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Color | Black and White (B&W and color)| Black and White (Black & White and Color)
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