We beforehand gave you the primary word on a repulsiveness/parody short underway where, in evident Michael Douglas Falling Down form, a man lashes out at a standout amongst the most irritating gatherings of individuals on Earth… fatigued fashionable people. Come in and look at the engaging short Hipster Holocaust!
The film stars Sean Wing as the man who’s been pushed too far. Trendy person Holocaust was composed by Ian Shorr (Splinter) and Jonathan Danforth-Appell (Jon D.A.), who additionally coordinated the short.
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