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RELEASE DATE: JUNE 9, 2009
LENGTH: 7 MIN 14 SECS
One New York-based company employee is determined to prove the existence of an elusive teacup poodle who roams the empty hallways, elevator shafts, and A/C ducts late at night.
RELEASE DATE: JULY 26, 2012
LENGTH: 4 MIN 34 SECS
The modern day compulsory habit of needing to post every detail of one's life has severe repercussions out in the country, when a slightly higher elevation can make the difference between an important Facebook status getting posted ... or not.
RELEASE DATE: MAY 7, 2007
LENGTH: 2 MIN 14 SECS
One man's Loco Roco PSP-game obsession takes priority over hunting in the South Texas borderlands during the Spring of 2007.
Something has happened to the plush-toy souvenirs in New York City, and one such toy is taking its bottled-up rage deep into Central Park.
RELEASE DATE: MARCH 7, 2007
LENGTH: 1 MIN 24 SECS
What began in Central Park is spreading across Manhattan, as more squishy New York souvenirs become self-aware and begin making more aggressive moves towards some hideous, but for the most part harmless, agenda.
RELEASE DATE: APRIL 14, 2007
LENGTH: 1 MIN 47 SEC
RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 28, 2009
LENGTH: 1 MIN 56 SECS
This first entry in the Bobo series marked Bobo as a cinematic tour de force that begged for a sequel after this mostly one-take short film garnered rave reviews on my side of the office.
RELEASE DATE: JULY 14, 2004
LENGTH: 1 MIN 0 SECS
A bored snowman's relationship with a penguin goes south quickly.
RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 10, 2000
LENGTH: 1 MIN 16 SECS
Bob's walk down the beach brings him more than he bargained for.
RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 14, 2000
LENGTH: 1 MIN 45 SECS
Well on his way towards recovery, Bob braves the outside world once again.
RELEASE DATE: MAY 8, 2000
LENGTH: 1 MIN 42 SECS
Bob makes a lasting impression on stage at his college graduation ceremony.
RELEASE DATE: NOVEMBER 12, 2001
LENGTH: 1 MIN 20 SECS
An owl's tree-top dominance is challenged by the appearance of a second, more cantankerous owl.
RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 23, 2003
LENGTH: 1 MIN 35 SECS
A bad move during board-game night triggers deep-seated emotional trauma buried down down inside Max.
For the record, I'm not the Brad Parker that directed Chernobyl Diaries, nor am I the Brad Parker that worked on Jeepers Creepers and Detroit Rock City. I'm the Brad Parker that outranks them all, as for as IMDB is concerned!
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