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Buzzkill, On Demand Movie, Adventure DigitalMovies, Comedy DigitalMovies, Drama

Plot Summary

Plot: Struggling screenwriter Ray Wyatt (Daniel Raymont of TV'S NAKED BROTHERS BAND) has had it. His girlfriend (Reiko Aylesworth of TV'S HAWAII FIVE-0, DAMAGES) wants him to “grow up.” His landlord wants him to "pay up." His mistress (Krysten Ritter of TV'S DON'T TRUST THE B---- IN APARTMENT 23) wants him to “loosen up.” Instead, Ray decides to hit the road for Los Angeles. But along the way, the notorious serial killer named the “Karaoke-Killer” (Darrell Hammond of TV'S SNL, DAMAGES) steals Ray's car and manuscript. Lost in the middle of nowhere, Ray finds himself in the spotlight as the killer starts quoting his screenplay. This hilarious black comedy is a throwback to the best of the '70's!
Not Rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.


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