“How he got into the club dressed in the way he was dressed was in itself a miracle. He had hung around the back of the club in the alley and the dirt hiding in the shadows waiting for the chance, for the moment to slip past the disgruntled KP’s on their smoke break. He knew their routine in the same way he knew all the workers’ routine, he used do their rotas.
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Firstly a little behind the scenes from our new short film the script of which is here followed by a review of Jurassic […]
Double the Zig unCut. Normally I don’t do reviews and discuss other peoples films but this week I felt compelled so you’re […]
Coin-Op Theatre Presents A short film by Malcolm E. Klektic Esq. We love going to the cinema. The thrill of watching the […]
Another short film from Malcolm E. Klektic Esq. This one titled Coffeee. The number of “E”s in the title probably something to do with the amount of chemicals he ingested whilst making this thing.
A little nonsense followed by a little introspection.
She felt around her belly. It was wet but she couldn’t move, couldn’t feel. She didn’t know it but the bullet had blown out her spine and ruptured her spleen and churned up her insides. She pulled her hands back and saw the blood. Then she started to cry.
Short interlude whilst recording Savoir Z and whilst having drank waaay to much coffee. I talk about Star Wars and pull some faces. Vlog.
Two posts from ZIG(UN)CUT Thoughts on the sugar tax and our digital selves plus Malcolm E. Klektic Esquire’s New (old) art piece.