Directed by Richard Hunter
UK | 30 MINS | UK PREMIERE | 2016 | English
During Pastor Bob’s service one of the congregation takes a turn for the worse, inadvertently birthing himself out of himself; resulting in the arrival of his evil twin – ‘Evil Terry’.
Pastor Bob takes this as a sign from God, a test, a renewal of his lacking belief – perhaps – perhaps not.
Food fights, trouser removal and shotgun exorcisms ensure and like all good things, the story ends in a sing song.
Richard Peter Hunter, a 30 something writer director with a passion for writing directing and being a 30 something.
Loving many things both inside and outside the world of cinema; Richard does his best to take everything that influences him – from music, movies, paintings, musicians, poetry, paul thomas anderson and weirdly wonderful writers such as Nick Cave, Charles Bukowski and Cormac McCarthy; grabs it all in his mind, mixes it up, forgets half of it, then surrounds himself with a plethora of extremely talented people who are then forced to shove what’s left straight down the barrel of a lens, whilst hoping that no one notices that what’s really going on here is that Bohemian Rhapsody is and was and will probably be the most biggestest single subconscious influence on everything he has ever done and will ever do.