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Kill Me Now: Internet Sketch Comics Make A Movie

"Kill Me Now is a buzz saw of laughter crunching through your funny bone. Kill Me Now is a meat hook of hilarity biting into your coccyx. Kill Me Now is a movie."

If you're familiar with some of the Internet's sketch comedy groups you may recognize names like Those Aren't Muskets, Team Tiger Awesome, Good NeighborTremendosaur!, and Horsehead Buisnessman. Well a bunch of folks from all these groups got together in Illinois to film a comedy/horror movie. Written by Michael Swaim, directed by Travis Long, and filmed by Abe Eperson, KIll Me Now doesn't have a release date yet.  It stars Jacob Reed, Michael Swaim, Beck Bennett, Kaitlin Large, Brett Fancy, Kyle Mooney, Dan Rubiano, Nick Mundy, Lisa Marie King, Nick Rutherford, Noah Byrne, Katie Willert, Brentan Schellenbach, and Katy Stoll.  You can like the Facebook page for updates and plenty of behind the scenes footage. 
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A movie directed by Michael Swaim? At long last, we've reached the pinnacle of civilization.

July 27, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRichard Johnson

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