Public Service Announcement meant only for mother hamsters, warning them against eating their progeny due to the harmful effects it has on the human children who love them. We see one young... See full summary »
In a twisted social experiment, eighty Americans are locked in their high-rise corporate office in Bogotá, Colombia, and ordered by an unknown voice coming from the company's intercom system to participate in a deadly game of kill or be killed.
John Gallagher Jr.,
I get that this is a parody of sitcoms, but it just misses the mark totally for me. It wasn't the most horrible thing I have ever watched but I guess I'm just not all that into juvenile send offs. One of the most uncomfortable things about this show is that it could easily be taken as making fun of mentally and/or physically handicapped people. I guess they thought that if you make the butt of the joke a half human that would make it OK, but I wouldn't find it funny if they did the things they do to an animal either. If you like trying to humiliate an animal I guess you'd get a kick out of this. It wasn't as gory as the Salon review made it out to be, but it sure wasn't entertaining. If you are having trouble finding where to watch this you can go to Salon.com and search for the article on it. They have a direct link to the Blip TV site that's hosting it.
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