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Crazy Dracula Spring Break Weekend
2011, regia di The Granger Bros (Matt Granger, Mikey Granger)
Scheda: Nazione: Canada - Produzione: Granger Bros. Entertainment - Soggetto: The Granger Bros (Matt Granger, Mikey Granger) - Sceneggiatura: The Granger Bros (Matt Granger, Mikey Granger) - Fotografia: Matt Leaf - Montaggio: Kirby Jinnah - Musiche: Mike Paprocki - Formato: Color, corto - Durata: 13'.
Cast: Matt Granger, Peter New, Mikey Granger, Danielle Marchant, Fiona Forbes, Trevor Kyle, Aleks Paunovic, Tristan Risk, Toby Hargrave, Madeleine Seignoret, Michelle Hartford, Billie-Jean Nye, Ashley Wing, Ryan Steele, Ryan Robbins (voce).
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - movies.kngine.com - funnyordie.com: «When Dracula heads to Spring Break to recapture his youth, Igor, Frankenstein, The Wolfman, The Invisible Man and Santa Claus come together to stop his life from becoming an endless train-wreck of booze, drugs, and sex by holding the most monstrous intervention of all time».
flickr.com: «In 1999, Matt Granger’s film career began as videographer on Bryan Singer’s X-Men and led to the creation of the X-Men 1.5 Special Edition DVD. Now, for over a decade, The Granger Bros have been creating their own unique brand of short comedy films including Epic: The Sir Arthur P. Laymond Story (which included rare comedic performances by Robert Patrick and Harrison Ford) and numerous shorts licensed in 2006 by Lionsgate for use in the film Good Luck Chuck. In 2009, legendary director Quentin Tarantino chose the Granger Bros’ Pulp Fiction spoof Quarter Pounder with Cheese as the winner of MTV’s Bastardize Tarantino film contest. On the heels of this success, with the help of the crowd funding website Indiegogo.com, the Granger Bros successfully raised $10,000 for the pilot episode of The Charlie Da Clown Show which is currently being shopped in both Canada and the US. In their spare time, the brothers enjoy long discussions about “whose fault it is”, painting self portraits with watercolors and imagining a future where we will all live in perfect harmony with our robotic overlords».