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Jack the Reaper (2009)

| Short, Comedy, Drama
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One man, one curse, one stiff a day.

Director:

Gregor Habsburg

Writer:

Brian Eggleston
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Credited cast:
David Moscow ... Jack
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Vito Abato Paul Vito Abato ... Father Angelo
Cromwell Aspajo Cromwell Aspajo ... Dead Body #2
Michelle Badgley Michelle Badgley ... Doctor Turner
Amie Bjorklund Amie Bjorklund ... Waitress in Diner
Adam Blaker Adam Blaker ... Jumper
Chris Carr ... Good Samaritan
Ray Chavez Jr. Ray Chavez Jr. ... Surgery Patient
Shaela Cook Shaela Cook ... Dr. Jennings
Jennifer Cragg Jennifer Cragg ... Nurse Andrews
Andrea Espada ... Crash Victim #1 (as Andrea Rincon)
Phillip Estrada Phillip Estrada ... Doctor Martin
David Fernandez Jr. David Fernandez Jr. ... Orderly Ortiz
D'Andre L. Ford D'Andre L. Ford ... Diner Regular #2
Jenise Fryatt Jenise Fryatt ... Mrs. Watson
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One man, one curse, one stiff a day.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Death's Door See more »

Filming Locations:

Burbank, California, USA See more »

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Proof That It IS Possible To Make Good Short Films
8 October 2010 | by ddblundellSee all my reviews

It's kind of a sad statement on Hollywood these days when I find an independently made short film far funnier than anything I've seen in theaters in a long, time. "Jack the Reaper" was clearly made by people who understand the importance of good acting and just as importantly- good story. Though it's a short film, the story is engaging in a way not a ton of films (short or otherwise) seem to be these days. I liked Jack and wanted to stick with him and continue following his story. To me that says a LOT about a movie. I also have to point out that this film actually LOOKS like a film, with high production values and professional editing, music, etc. Stuff like that makes a difference. So to sum up: this is a really well made, really enjoyable movie. I'd like to see what the people behind this short film could do with an actual feature, because they've made something really excellent here.


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