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One Third the Terror

USA, English, 14 mins

  • Director: John McCrite
  • Writer: John McCrite
  • Producer: Dustin Joseph Alan; John McCrite

CGiii Comment

Totally ridiculous and very funny.

Homage done to perfection.


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The(ir) Blurb...

Karen, a lonely woman with unfulfilled desires sets up a romantic evening with a blow-up sex doll. When the doll goes missing the evening takes a terrifying turn. Will Karen survive her worst nightmare? One Third the Terror is a beautifully shot comic spoof of the horror classic, Trilogy of Terror. It is impressively acted by Scott Presley, best known in West Hollywood as the legendary Bell Aire. John McCrite, director of the critically acclaimed Little Boy Blues and the award winning short, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Adjacent, creates a fresh new take on this cult classic. This homage to Karen Black and her infamous night of terror with a Zuni fetish doll has a twisted ending all it's own.

Cast & Characters

Chris Kauffmann as Little Man Voice;
Scott Presley as Karen;
Stephanie Strand as Nosey Neighbor;
Juan E. Lopez as Scream;
Jake McCrite as Blackie

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