Deadpool proves to be Marvel’s answer to defying genre conventions. The incredibly fun hero is comfortable in any sort of environment, and every year it seems the merc with a mouth has gotten himself into more insane trouble. So it should come as no surprise that Marvel is releasing a sequel series to “Night of the Living Deadpool” in the form of “Return of the Living Deadpool.”
To “cure” the horror of a zombie outbreak, the Merc With a Mouth used his own healing factor to save the day. Any zombie that ate Deadpool transformed…into another Deadpool!
“So there are thousands of Deadpools, all of them originating from the one and only Wade Wilson,” says Bunn in an interview with Marvel.com. “Every time a zombie takes a bite out of one of these Deadpools, the zombie becomes Deadpool. But the ‘copy’ is degrading from rebirth to rebirth. You know how Deadpool has numerous personalities? Well, these newly created Deadpools start to latch onto different aspects of Deadpool’s split psyche, forming factions. And these factions don’t all get along!”
As hordes of Deadpools battle for undead supremacy against the zombie hordes, witness a world gone completely insane! Time to find out what’s worse – an army of flesh eating corpses, or an army of wisecracking Deadpools. You decide this January in RETURN OF THE LIVING DEADPOOL #1!
RETURN OF THE LIVING DEADPOOL #1
Written by CULLEN BUNN
Art by NIK VIRELLA
Cover by JAY SHAW
On Sale in January!
Not nearly as cool as getting a photo with Robert Englund in his Freddy Krueger makeup, Rock and Shock is still setting up an even that’s still a must for all horror fans.
When the event returns to Worcester, MA from October 17th through 19th, those attending can nab a photo with the cast of both Child’s Play (1988) and Curse of Chucky (2013)!!
Posing with you next to a screen-used authentic Chucky doll are Child’s Play and Curse of Chucky stars Brad Dourif (the voice of ol’ Chuckster), Fiona Dourif and Alex Vincent.
Prices range from $30 to $40 for individual shots, group shots are more like $50 to $70 depending on how many actors are in the shot, explains the site.
Full details here.
“American Horror Story” babe Alexandra Breckenridge has joined “The Walking Dead’s” ongoing fifth season, says THR.
The actress will recur in season five with an option to be promoted to a series regular in season six. While specific details about Breckenridge’s character are being kept under wraps, the casting breakdown described the role of “Samantha” as an attractive, strong, smart, charming and articulate woman with a vulnerable side. She’s a mother with a bohemian spirit, and a talented artist.
Season five now finds Rick’s (Andrew Lincoln) group back out on the road, where they’re likely to encounter several new people — with additional characters from Robert Kirkman’s comic series expected to be introduced.
Screen Daily reports that IFC Midnight has acquired North American rights to Dark Summer, Paul Solet’s supernatural horror film that Content Media will introduce to international buyers at the AFM.
“Dark Summer is a stylised contemporary ghost story about a home-alone teenager on house arrest who experiences a terrifying presence.”
Keir Gilchrist stars with Stella Maeve, Grace Phipps, Maestro Harrell and Peter Stormare.
The distributor has set the multi-platform release for January 9, 2015, after brokering the deal with Preferred Content and Content Media.
Here’s the first ever image and now a trailer, thanks to Bloody reader Fabien M.
“IFC Midnight truly excels in the elevated genre space and has been a great North American home for the Pact franchise – so we’re very happy to have them as partners on Dark Summer,” said Carmichael.
Jason Bakutis – a former professional special FX makeup artist (Friday the 13th: Jason Goes to Hell, Critters 3 and 4), – just wrote in about his new Kickstarter campaign that I am absoutely praying gets funded.
What he’s created is tiny dioramas based on classic, iconic horror scenes called “MicroFear.”
“MicroFear” is a collection of digitally-sculpted, handcrafted miniature dioramas. The tiny pieces each convey a classic horror scene from film and literature that fans of the genre know and love.
Backers of the campaign will receive one or more dioramas to display in their own Cabinets of Curiosity. For an added level of interest, modelbuilding enthusiasts can opt to receive the diorama in kit form! This option is an exciting throwback to anyone familiar with Aurora model sets or other “garage kits” that were wildly popular in past decades.
Each scene measures less than 2.5” tall and features details smaller than 1mm. The majority of each scene is comprised of high quality cast bronze pieces, while remaining elements are composed of materials like onyx resin, wood, lichen, and even sand, that add an element of realness far beyond that of hobbyist model kits. The design starts as a digitally sculpted 3D model from artist Jason Bakutis, a former Hollywood special FX makeup artist. When the model is perfected at the tiny scale, it is then 3D printed in extremely high resolution in wax, and then cast in bronze using a traditional lostwax casting technique.
“I cast the pieces in bronze because the material’s strength allows me to beautifully render small, thin elements that won’t lose their shape,” said Bakutis. “I am a kid from the monster generation. I built model after after model in my day, and I know how much fans like me appreciate this level of incredible detail.”
Backers to the Kickstarter campaign can choose from scenes titled: “The Mummy”, “The House of the Psychopath”, “Bigfoot”, “The Pit and the Pendulum”, “The Nanny”, and “Spook Shack”.
While Bree is raving about last night’s episode (read her review), I’ve only managed to catch the premiere of “American Horror Story: Freak Show”.
The show set up a solid premise, was unique and colorful, and introduced enough mysteries to keep us hanging around – and the killer clown was crazy awesome!
The next two episodes are to be a two-parter, with the first being “Edward Mordrake Pt. 1″. In the third episode, “The Freaks refuse to perform on Halloween due to an old carny superstition. Jimmy is smitten by a woman claiming to be a fortuneteller. Ethel receives life-changing news.”
Watch the promo below and tell us what you thought of Episode 2.
If it’s Halloween it must be Saw.
Lionsgate has since released a new trailer and variant posters, but today we get something way cooler. The film was released before studios gave a shit about us online journos – meaning there’s barely any content available. Today, we got our hands on some hi-res stills – some never before seen. The ones previously released, you’ve never seen ‘em this large. Save ‘em, us ‘em, celebrate having ‘em!
The film will open on Friday, October 31st, with select screenings beginning Thursday night, October 30th. The seven Saw films grossed $874 million at the box office worldwide and were hailed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the “Most Successful Horror Franchise” of all time.
Saw was the first collaboration for co-creators James Wan, who directed the film, and Leigh Whannell, who wrote the screenplay. Together, they also created the successful Insidious franchise, and Wan has gone on to direct such high-profile films as The Conjuring.
Directed by Wan from a script penned by Whannell, Saw is a psychological thriller focusing on two men who wake up in a secure lair of a serial killer, with a dead body lying between them. The killer, nicknamed “Jigsaw,” leaves them tape recorded messages with details of how to make it out alive. The only way for one man to make it out alive is to do the unthinkable. The two men desperately try to find a way out, while also trying to figure out who’s behind their kidnapping.
The film, which was released over Halloween weekend on October 29, 2004, was produced by Gregg Hoffman, Oren Koules, and Mark Burg.
YouTube cover artist Artificial Fear has posted a rather badass metal cover of the American Horror Story: Freakshow theme song. The cover doesn’t go excessively into the metal genre but instead uses distortion tastefully, adding a dark, sinister vibe to the track.
Check it out below and check out other covers by Artificial Fear on his channel.
George Cameron Romero has taken it upon himself to carry on the Legacy that his father created… the definitive “Origin” story of a legend as told by a legacy.
Set in the turbulent late sixties shortly before George A. Romero’s 1968 Night of the Living Dead, Origin tells a story of paying the ultimate price for success.
Romero has launched an Indigogo campaign for which Bloody Disgusting is officially backing. You can help father and son tell the genesis story of the ‘Romero Zombie’ as the Legacy continues!
Origins is the story in the Romero universe of how the first ‘Zombie’ strolled across that cemetery and into lives of those in the ‘dead’ series almost fifty years later.
“I want to take back the Zombie Genre in the name of the Legacy that my father created almost 50 years ago,” says Romero. “I want to tell the Origin story of the modern zombie, in a way that my father wasn’t able to do so back in 1968.”
Fans can contribute to the ORIGINS campaign by visiting helptelltheorigin.com.
Origins takes place in the Turmoil of the 1960′s just shortly before “Night of the Living Dead”, and explains how The ‘Original’ Romero Zombie was created.
In 1962, Dr. Ryan Cartwright was on the scientific and altruistic path to find a way for humans to sustain life in the event of M.A.D (Mutual Assured Destruction), a huge topic brought on by the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Little did he know that over the course of the next several years of his life, he would take a well-funded and military focused journey to the darkest corners of the world… as he creates the ultimate weapon for the government and a curse that will plague mankind for the rest of days.
Something we don’t cover much here on Bloody-Disgusting but still warrants a post here and there are some of the amazing art installations that take place in galleries around the world. That’s why I want to highlight ‘The Immortal Zoo’, the upcoming exhibition from Jessica Joslin, who uses both real and replicated bones mixed with various metals to create a Victorian creature that would be perfectly suited for Wonderland.
Her bio reads:
The creatures that populate Jessica Joslin’s world are intricate fusions of bone, brass, antique hardware and other scavenged treasures. Infused with the Victorian era’s passion for natural history and arcane technology, these creatures reflect both the real and the imagined animal, the living and the dead. Through careful observation and intricate construction, they re-imagine the animal kingdom, bolt by bolt, beast by beast. They are a nod to the Wunderkammer of yore, and the Victorian predilection for invention and exploring science through the collecting of naturalia. The precision of the engineering conveys a sense that these beasts are anatomically plausible, and the spark of life is simulated through limpid glass eyes, engaging the viewer silently and directly.
The gallery runs from October 24th through November 22nd at the Firecat Projects in Chicago, IL. A trailer for the event, which features music from The Parlour Trick, can be seen below.
A gallery of Joslin’s works for ‘The Immortal Zoo’ can be seen here.
“AHS: Freak Show” just got intensely dark. ‘Massacres and Matinees’ the season’s second episode introduced us to two new freaks and sadly (really, genuinely horrifically sad) took away a freak. The turmoil in last week’s premiere episode was created by the townies against the freaks, but this week brought a whole new type of struggle, and it’s rooted deep within the flaps of the Freak Show tents.
When Strongman Dell Toledo (Michael Chiklis!!!) shows up with his wife and fellow performer Desiree, a three-breasted hermaphroditic sensation (Angela Bassett), the troupe of monsters begins to face problems they don’t even realize are coming yet. Chiklis knows how to play one role but he plays it very well. He was a corrupt strongman in “The Shield,” a literal strongman in “Fantastic Four” and he’s a dick of a strongman in ‘Freak Show.’ He shows up with the confidence of a mountain, only to crumble into desperation when Elsa rejects his act (as well as Desiree’s three titties, ding-a-ling, and working female parts). Immediately Elsagives in and…boy, was that a mistake. Now Toledo is calling the shots, running the show, beating up Jimmy, and billing Elsa lowest on the show roster. The jump in logic here defies gravity but hopefully it will clear itself up.
Meanwhile, Dot and Bette remain the headliners of the show, only it’s the unsuspecting Dot who shows up her conjoined twin and turns out to be the one with real talent (which we see in yet another anachronistic performance of Fiona Apple’s Criminal, complete with slow motion mosh pits and crowd surfing like it’s a Nirvana show, not a 1950’s carnival). I’ll have to get back to you on these musical numbers because I simply don’t know how I feel about them yet. I will say that, stylistically, this one worked much better than last week’s Life on Mars disaster. The twins provide a complex emotion for the show. All of a sudden their lives are in upheaval, their yearnings for different and separate lives has reached a zenith and is figuratively pulling them apart. It doesn’t help that the overshadowed Elsa isn’t pleased and that just might mean she’ll have to kill off her brand new monster-darlings by turning them against each other.
Perhaps the most exciting element of ‘Massacres and Matinees’ is the teaming up of Dandy and Twisty. But more on that in a moment…
Is it just me or is Dandy the most unexpected character of this season? He whines like a man-child (he is very reminiscent of Veruca Salt and her lovely demanding nature…“I WANT IT NOW!”), he’s bored all the time, possibly kills the neighbors’ pets, drinks cognac from a monogramed crystal baby bottle, and it turns out, is pretty fucking sadistic…all in all, Dandy is my favorite character thus far. He is such a bewildering spectacle and is rising to the top as one of the quirkiest of the bunch. Which is impressive since he couldn’t even secure himself a spot as part of the freak show talent after pleading with Jimmy.
As mentioned above, this episode saw the unlikely duo of Twisty the Clown and Dandy the sociopath team up under a bizarre (albeit well-intentioned) push from Dandy’s mother, Gloria (the impeccable Frances Conroy). But what we see in their time together is that Dandy is the true monster, and Twisty is just…broken. He’s truly a clown who just wants to entertain children, even if he’s a bit misguided in what might entertain them (severed head, little boy?). In some ways, he reminds me of Lennie from Of Mice and Men. Except he’s got that serial killing side hobby. While none of us want to feel sympathetic toward this beaten down clown, part of us does.
Aside from Toledo’s inexplicable rise to ultimate power over Elsa in less than a day, this episode showed a lot of plot strength. It flowed nicely and made a surprising amount of sense for such a chaotic source of entertainment. More so than any “AHS” season, ‘Freak Show’ is really playing up the style. Each season has been highly stylized, but this season seems to put a great amount of focus on it, as if it’s its own character. The show plays out almost like an elaborate music video, or a moving painting. Along with some of the darker moments (MEEP!) and deeper character development (Jimmy has a heart that’s going to make our eyes and our panties wet) ‘Massacres and Matinees’ brought back a lot of the signature cinematography, music, and eerie sound effects that have worked so well to unsettle “AHS” audiences for the last three years. This show can, will, and should be completely kitschy, but that doesn’t mean it’s not going to get dark and rough, again I say Meep! The pacing is quick; the heat is being turned up inside the carnival walls while Dandy and Twisty turn up the heat on the innocent townsfolk of Jupiter. This thrill ride just got a little more ill.
But of course, it’s not all lollipops and balloons. The show has a few quirks that I can’t get past. For one, Lange and Bates’ accents are insanely bad. I let it go last week to give the show the benefit of the doubt, but after another hour of that madness, I have to say something. Second, are the viewers the only people who see how disgustingly horrific Twisty is? How is he able to walk up to any given person and pass himself off as a perfectly acceptable work-for-hire clown? Something tells me I’ll just have to deal with these issues. But something tells me that’s okay.
Sad news to report as Elizabeth Peña passed away yesterday at age 55. Her manager has stated that she died of natural causes.
Peña was known to many for her voice acting as Mirage in The Incredibles. However, for us in the horror community, she will forever be known as Jezzie from the 1990 horror mystery Jacob’s Ladder, which was one of the main inspirations for the Silent Hill franchise. She also appeared in the 1996 murder mystery Lone Star, for which she won an Independent Spirit Award.
Rest in peace, Elizabeth. You are missed.
Alex de Campi, Joshua Williamson, Chris Mooneyham, Paul Tobin took the stage in New York Friday night to talk about the legacy of the Alien franchise.
Paul Tobin spoke first about Prometheus. Saying it is about the fear of the unknown. He talked a little bit about the development process. The Fire and Stone development involved all of the writers meeting at Scott Allie’s house and beat out all the scripts over dinner. They worked tirelessly on how to coherently connect it all together.
Predator is all about Ahab. He’s an old predator on his last great hunt. Going after the great white whale: a Promethean Engineer. Williamson said Issue #4 one long fight scene start to finish.
Alex De Campi spoke about the breaking news of Archie vs Predator. Where a predator slays all Archie characters with prejudice. Will look nice and pretty but before long the skinning’s begins. Includes as many original predator film references as possible. Feels like Final Destination, because the predators only attack armed people. Example, someone picks up a fork to eat and is dismembered.
“Archie VS Predator” hits in April 2015
I love American Halloween history – so much so that I had planned a pilgrimage to Salem this year, only to bail once I found out that over 1 million other people have the same idea annually. My back-up plan was “Sleepy Hollow.”
WRITTEN BY: Marguerite Bennett, Noelle Stevenson
ART BY: Jorge Coelho, Noelle Stevenson
PUBLISHER: BOOM! Studios
RELEASE: October 15, 2014
Reviewed by Nick Brehmer
One of my earliest memories of my fascination with horror and the macabre is seeing the theatrical trailer for Tim Burton’s 1999 cinematic re-imagining of Sleepy Hollow. I pieced together the montage and created my own story arc in between the time I saw the trailer and the film’s actual release. My grandmother gifted it to me on VHS for my birthday. I had a crush on Christina Ricci.
I had heard about the FOX television adaptation last year when it premiered, and was intrigued by the apparent collision of the classic tale with that of Rip Van Winkle to create this new contemporary crime “drama.” There are also some “Just Visiting” elements thrown in to keep the tumblr community hooked and giggling. I know Kate Beaton sure does love it.
I’ve missed out on keeping up with the show, so I thought that taking a look at the comic adaptation would be the next best thing.
Going into this first issue blind is, I’ll admit, unfair, but I was nonetheless left unimpressed. I was pretty confused and found the framing of the narrative to be very jumpy and immediate. A lot happens and I’m still not exactly sure why or how. Like most buddy-cop plots, the conflict is resolved way too quickly and the peril to the community isn’t detailed enough to leave the readers concerned or compelled. There’s a lot of stretching, and I’m not just talking about the arms of the possessed.
I will say that the artwork is a draw. The content is uniquely stylized and there’s some pretty creepy imagery within. The show has been reviewing well; if you’re a fan then this quick read will probably keep you interested.
For me, I dunno, it’s no Christopher Walken.
A product of the harsh lands of Northern Ontario, Nick Brehmer is in fact a sensitive flower currently blooming in the GTA. He spends his downtime wishing he was British. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @nicholasbrehmer
“The Evil Within” is an unoriginal, bland and just plain bad tie in to the recently released The Evil Within video game. From what I can tell this is a completely separate story with entirely new characters, just set in the same world. A world that has looked intriguing in the trailers/demo for Evil Within but comes across as anything but in this comic. So with the only similarity between the two being a letdown we have no place left to go but down.
WRITTEN BY: Ian Edginton
ART BY: Alex Sanchez
PUBLISHER: Titan Comics
RELEASE: October 15, 2014
Reviewed By: Torin Chambers
To be fair the book does start off promisingly, with a beautiful cover by Ben Templesmith but this is the only highlight. Our protagonists are Dana and Paul, both are mysteriously sucked into some strange world. Dana was out putting up missing person’s posters for her friend Kate who disappeared when she found herself lost and with no signal. She comes upon a diner/gas station and goes in to investigate. It’s devoid of life and maybe has plates with strange fleshy chunks on them. I say maybe because I really can’t tell and Dana doesn’t seem to mind them, so whatever.
Next she looks out the window and sees a shadowy figure then suddenly on the following page she’s outside the diner looking over her shoulder running yelling at it. I’m assuming it’s somehow supposed to be her closing the door as she goes back outside but I honestly can’t tell what is happening. The art isn’t ‘bad’ it’s just the lay outs are confusing as all hell.
This continues throughout the whole book, you’re constantly fighting with the layouts to understand what is actually happening. The general sense I’m getting form the world is that things are a bit off and weird stuff is constantly happening, but writing off these insanely difficult to follow sections as being deliberate would be giving the book way too much credit.
It’s a horror book but all we ever see are the protagonists successfully running away. They avoid literally every trap set for them and escape every monster pursuing them. There’s no sense of danger at all. Dozens of monsters are chasing them and Dana has the time to take a good few moments to stare at a ghost of her disappeared friend. Then later they escape the big bad guy from the cover by putting a rolling medical table in front of the door. A ROLLING medical table!?
If you’re excited for Evil Within this comic will kill that excitement. If you’ve already played Evil Within and are looking for more then please look elsewhere. I cannot even recommend this book to hardcore horror fans. Trust me and give The Evil Within #1 a hard pass.
Torin Chambers is a rad dude from the nineties who does film stuff or something. Thomas the Tank Engine is his favorite transformer. Find him on Twitter @TorinsChambers
Developer Pure FPS has released some new DLC for their survival horror MMO, Nether. The content introduces an arena in which combatants can partake in a free-for-all on four different maps to see who can become the last man standing. The DLC is free to those who purchased the Chosen and Believer packages, otherwise it’s $2.99 if you grabbed the Watcher package.
Tyler wasn’t very impressed with Nether in his review, where he called the game “a dubious buy” in the state it was in back in June.
It’s worth mentioning that, like any MMO, Nether is constantly changing and evolving. Pure FPS has done a fine job in providing consistent updates, so it may very well be worth checking out now.
After the longest wait, The Evil Within is here. I’ve spent a lot of time with the game and found it to be a flawed, but still pretty damn good horror game. Its few weaknesses are largely drowned out by its inventive boss battles, fantastically atmospheric world, varied combat and creative creature designs. Below you’ll find the game’s launch trailer, and I’ve also included its first TV spot, because everybody likes those.
If you’re still on the fence about it, I suggest you check out our review.
The Evil Within is available now on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Currently available on all digital platforms from RLJ / Image Entertainment, check out this exclusive clip from Scott Di Lalla’s I Am Zozo.
“On Halloween night, five teens decide to liven up their party with some innocent fun: by summoning the spirits. At first, it’s all nervous laughter and scoffing. Then, the night takes a sinister turn: the board reveals truths, exposes secrets it cannot possibly know, and triggers inexplicable events within the darkened house. As the session continues, an entity reveals itself: Zozo. And as the terrified teens are about to discover, once you make contact with this ancient, demonic force, you’re no longer playing a game… the game is playing you. A pulse-pounding, edge-of-your-seat supernatural thriller based on multiple reports of spirit board encounters with this savagely malicious spirit.”
Kelly McLaren, Courtney Foxworthy, Demetrius Sager, Caleb DeBattista, Caleb Courtney, Darren Wayne Evans star.
Dan Polydoris of Chicago Toy Collector just released a Halloween Treat for the ages – a slew of custom vintage-style “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” based on horror movie slashers.
“In the 90’s, Playmates created a line of ‘Ninja Turtles’ for just about everything, including Olympians, astronauts, Universal monsters, mildly racist Wild West characters, and more,” he explains. “Those crappy (in a good way) ‘Ninja Turtle’ sets were the inspiration to make some of my own vintage-style custom ‘Ninja Turtles’ based on classic horror movie slashers.
“I kit-bashed about a dozen different vintage figures to create these guys (individual breakdowns below), and I even accompanied them with a logo similar to the kind Playmates used for each of their lines. Given the company’s love of alliteration and apostrophes (ie. Mutant Military Turtles, Rock n’ Rollin’ Turtles, Wacky Wild West Turtles, etc…), this line was dubbed “Sewer Slashin’ Turtles.” “
Check out the four turtles rocking costumes inspired by Friday the 13th, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Halloween and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre.
Undercover Don’s hat
Punker Don’s face and legs
Star Trek Turtle’s body and arms
Robotic Bebop’s glove
Casy Jones’ mask
Somebody’s head (I can’t remember at this point)
Road Racin’ Mike’s body and arms
Make My Day Leo’s legs
Some weapon that I can’t remember
Crazy Clownin’ Mike’s body
Make My Day Leo’s arms
Slapshot Leo’s head
Star Trek Turtle’s crotch
Casey Jones’ legs
Body Slammin’ Mike’s cape
Killer Bee’s chainsaw
Undercover Don’s body and arms
Star Trek Raph’s head
Make My Day Leo’s crotch
Rappin’ Mike’s legs
Robotic Bebop’s sword
More laughs come in this opening scene from Dark Sky Films’ absolutely hysterical Summer of Blood (read our review), arriving on VOD and limited theatrical October 17.
Written, directed by and starring Onur Tukel, you’ll get to see his wit in action in the following clip. If you don’t laugh or connect with it, I’m not sure this film is for you. I really do hope you guys enjoy this indie gem as much as I do…
“Writer/director Onur Tukel turns in a hilarious performance as the monumentally lazy, socially oblivious and commitment-shy Erik Sparrow, who is dumped by his career-woman girlfriend (Anna Margaret Hollyman, White Reindeer) when he rejects her rather charitable marriage proposal. Feeling lost, he turns to a disastrous string of online dates that successively eat away at his already-deteriorating confidence until a lanky vampire turns him into an undead ladykiller. Soon, Eric is prowling the streets of Brooklyn in search of anything to satisfy both his maniacal sex drive and his hunger for blood. A collision of absurd, self-deprecating wit and existential curiosity, Summer of Blood is a hilarious horror-comedy with a clever bite all its own.”
Onur Tukel (Septien, Red Flag), Alex Karpovsky (Girls), Anna Margaret Hollyman (Gayby, White Reindeer), Dakota Goldhor (Thumbsucker), Dustin Guy Defa (Bad Fever), Keith Poulson (Hellaware, Listen Up Phillip) all star.
Here’s a second clip that’s equally funny.