Drugs In My Pocket
Review Count: 9
Average Rating: 5.0 stars
Genre: Romance
Length: 3 minutes 47 seconds
Posted on: October 31, 2006
Film Description
A toxicological britpop, punk tribute to All Hallow's Eve. An impending madness overwhelms our hero, as he delves headlong into a pharmacological nightmare, all to the biting sounds of the 70's classic, of the same name! Let the festivities, of Hallow's Eve and the rituals of Samhain, now begin!
- riott007

Wow, you f'in freak that was brilliant! I'm so impressed and half way speechless! Like Kwistufa - I loved how did you some of the camera angles - especially the one where he was walking in the school and it looks like a reflection. I can't even figure out how you did that one.

PS: Can I put my hand in your pocket?

Posted on November 1, 2006
- makrim83

An overdose of highly unbelivable entertainment

Posted on November 1, 2006
- OlliEntertainment

Great movie..
Cool story....
Good work...

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Posted on November 1, 2006
- Ninette1

well, it really is 4:20 and for that fact alone: that's about all i got

this is a mild movie and on halloween too...

go figure


Posted on November 1, 2006
- swordfish66601

Really good storyline and it went well with the music; I also liked the ending well done.

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Posted on November 1, 2006
- Cut_scene

True Short movie Material

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Hand of God and d

Posted on November 1, 2006

Great Video some very interesting camera angles that worked wxtremely well. Fantastic editing. Great Work

Posted on October 31, 2006
- kwistufa

Great!! Always a treat watching a Mildheadwound Flick.
You never know which candy your gonna pick out next.
Music was a nice little cool vibin' number.
Camera Angles once again pushing the extremes & getting unusual results.
These movies are like no other I see on TMO.
Totally out there & totally inspiring.
Awesome work, great Job B!

Posted on October 31, 2006
- Sheayouwantme

That was a great flick. Loved the music. And that was some of the better freecam use i've seen on here. the voice overs were a little hard to hear over the music, but it was still an enjoyable film. The openening sequence was especially good. Keep up the great work!

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Posted on October 31, 2006