COMEDY COLLECTION (STAN HELSING / BIG FAT IMPORTANT MOVIE / SLAMMIN SALMON)
Stan Helsing In this insane spoof, every horror movie ever made comes hilariously to life as slacker Stan and his stoner pals try to deliver videos to a deserted California town on Halloween night. After being stalked by realistic replicas of horror characters Freddy Kruger, Pinhead and The Creeper, our gang arrives in the small burg, which formerly contained a horror movie studio - hence the throngs of freaky, familiar characters literally crawling the streets. Our crew of two mischievous guys and two sexy girls outwit and outslash every cinematic horror character - or, in the case of Michael Jackson, merely horrific - to uncover the town’s shocking secret: the studio’s still at it, making movies of a very, ahem, different kind. When the creatures won’t let our heroes leave, Stan decides to live up to his monster-slaying namesake’s destiny. But first, he must endure a “Survivor”-style competition: gobbling down body parts! Risqué, righteous, revolting, and ridiculous, Stan Helsing is more than a slayer - it’s totally killer. My Big Fat Important Movie My Big Fat Independent Movie is a spoof along the lines of "Scary Movie" and "Not Another Teen Movie." It includes parodies of some of the indie film world's most renowned movies such as "Memento," "Pulp Fiction," "Magnolia," "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," "Amelie," "Run Lola Run," "El Mariachi," "The Good Girl," "Pi," "Swingers" and many others. The Slammin’ Salmon Slammin’ Cleon Salmon (Michael Clarke Duncan), the former Heavyweight Champion of the World and current owner of a high-scale Miami restaurant, has racked up a sizable gambling debt to a band of Japanese thugs. To help pay off the debt, Cleon challenges his oddball waiter staff (the Broken Lizard Comedy Troupe, as well as Cobie Smulders and April Bowlby) to a contest where the top-selling server will win $10,000, while the waiter in last place gets a “broken-rib sandwich” - courtesy of the Champ himself. Spurred on by greed and panic, the staff resort to backstabbing, bribery and indecent proposals in an attempt to up sell their patrons while simultaneously sabotaging their co-workers. Will Forte, Olivia Munn and Vivica A. Fox co-star in one of the “Top 10 Comedies of the Year!” (Ryan McKee, AOL Moviefone).