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February 19, 2012

Invisible Weaponry is Serious Business in James Cullen Bressack’s Unmimely Demise

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According to the official press release, there will be other short motion pictures hanging out inside the upcoming horror anthology “Theater of the Deranged II”. And while that’s all fine and dandy, all I really care about at this point is seeing “My Pure Joy” director James Cullen Bressack’s “Unmimely Demise”. It’s a slasher flick, one that’s centered around a murderous mime who uses invisible weapons to take down his prey. That’s right: INVISIBLE WEAPONS. It’s a damn shame this is just a short, as I’d love to see an entire full-length feature centered around this concept. I’m kind of surprised nobody’s tackled this sort of concept before.

Check out the official synopsis:

After 10 years, Cheeky the Mime returns reaping havoc on anyone in his path. Armed with an arsenal of invisible weapons, it is up to a meek friend from Cheeky’s past to stop him!

Although there’s a nifty little trailer embedded just beneath this passage, you really shouldn’t need to know anything beyond the arsenal of invisible weapons. “Unmimely Demise” stars Alexei Ryan, Randy Fratkin, Jody Barton, and Sophie Dee, the latter of whom is some sort of adult film sensation. These days, who isn’t an adult film sensation?

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