When best friends, Ray and Kenneth, drunkenly foil a robbery, Philadelphia becomes abuzz with the antics of these local heroes.


Charles Smith


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Credited cast:
Jacklyn Adelene Jacklyn Adelene ... Bee Girl
Steve Annan ... Baseball Player
Kayla Anthony Kayla Anthony ... Raggedy Ann (as Kayla Grasser)
Ashley Blankenship ... Linda
Chris James Boylan ... Make out Guy
William L. Bozarth William L. Bozarth ... Party Guest - Red Dragon
Oliver Burbage Oliver Burbage ... Bus Passenger
Tim Butterly Tim Butterly ... The Cheesef*cker
Airen DeLaMater ... Make out girl
Danny Donnelly ... Piss Brother #3
Christian Dorsey Christian Dorsey ... EMT 1
Dave Droxler ... Steven
Kimberly S. Fairbanks Kimberly S. Fairbanks ... Nurse
Ryan Farrell ... Kenneth
Sarah Golden ... The Streetwalker


Long time roommates Ray (John McKeever) and Kenneth (Ryan Farrell) are going nowhere in life. When he is not slacking off at a local sporting goods store, Ray, a perpetual slob and likely internet troll, debates with no one the merits of superhero origin stories. While Kenneth isn't pining for local news anchor Kate (Katrina Law), he spends his days counting the dough, literally, at a Philadelphia pretzel factory while dreaming of living alone. But, after leaving a Halloween party dressed as ninjas, the two drunkenly thwart a robbery and their heroics go viral. No litterer or public urinator is safe until an actual serial killer begins to ravage the Riverwards. The duo, with the help of the enigmatic and insanely wealthy Gary (Eli Henry), must catch the killer before Kenneth's crush Kate becomes the next target. That is, if they can get their lives together first. Featuring a slew of scenes at local Philly landmarks, an outrageous script, and over-the-top performances, ZEROES is a ... Written by Trey Shields

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The heroes we deserve.




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It was filmed in 17 days in and around Philadelpha PA. See more »

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zoroes vs.weirdoes vs.idiots
17 November 2020 | by ops-52535See all my reviews

Well its the homemade, and with a little bit of proffesionality take on the comedygenre. its llike dumb & dumber wwith a stupid sign patched on their backs when they doing the city of philadelphia on a heroic hunt in the most medullaistic oblongatish way, trying to take down a serial killer that scares the people away from the streets.

its a small cast comedy with some nice try, and also some generic misses, and i did not like all the caracters, but the mains does the job, and the female part has a machine gun in her chest, off vocal pepperspraying. so it has witt and it has the pranks but it misses the good points through too much talk, and lack of slapstick. imagine what hi speeding the acts of crazyness would have done. in norway we had a comedy trio called KLM, that did most of their pranks at hi speed filming( which is a forgotten genre) and i guess many a life was lost due to hypoxia from laughing out loud. but when they made films and skits at normal speed they really became mediocre and dull.

so i dare say mr director of this film, that if you do it my way the duo casted here will do the golden gate homping cheesecake filling up the cinema theaters again.so its a 5 for now from the grumpy old man

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15 June 2018 (USA) See more »

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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