Sword of Digestive Calmness

I should explain this one…

I had an idea that the one puppet with the best intentions, an apologetic, food-allergic canine named Skiddles, should get to make his own movie. I had done a few shorts with him attempting various media projects, so…why not give him a feature-length movie?

Originally, it was going to be a movie about the making of that movie…but it seemed more amusing to remove the “making of” layer and just show the movie that resulted. It became the opposite of a vanity project, I suppose – the absolutely the most ill-chosen project possible, for both SKiddles and whatever career I imagined I had in film. These days, I wonder what the hell made me do it. I’ve even been tempted to destroy it. But no – it’s Skiddles’ movie, and I feel like he would prefer it continues to exist, because HE tried very very very hard, in his way…

(reaches for vodka) (so should you, before you watch)

So, how did that movie take a full year to make? Well…the original release version was nearly two hours. It had many more scenes with the other LHPC pups, all filmed in different styles, some of which are highly capable – thus injuring Skiddles’ King Arthur attempt even more by comparison.

CLICK HERE if you want to buy or rent the 108 minute version at Amazon. I don’t recommend doing so, but…there’s worse ways to spend $5, I suppose. And it comes with a free GRRF movie DVD (see the Demo Noir page for more info).





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