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Man’s birthday present to girlfriend is a horror movie trailer parodying a tough choice
In a world where all he wanted was dinner…
Instead, he made her a horror movie trailer.
Maloney cast friends Nick Latimer and Ezio Bondi as himself and “Natasha” in a trailer for The Decisioning, which was apparently reviewed by both Lemonparty.org and Roger Ebert. The trailer depicts growing frustration over a decision that every couple faces: what to have for dinner.
The suspense is palpable, as the decision-making is compared to “hell,” and we are left wondering if Pat and Natasha ever did decide on a place to eat. Evidently we’ll have to wait for the movie to come out.
This may have been a tongue-in-cheek birthday stunt, but it already has a better plot than the entire TransFormers franchise.
Screengrab via Patrick Maloney/YouTube
Mike Fenn is a former contributor to the Daily Dot whose beats included Reddit, YouTube, and all things WTF. His work has also appeared in Forbes and News.com.au.