Indie film “Kill Mills” crosses Tarantino with cereal
Don’t know much about this yet, but we just read on New Jersey Stage that a collective of New Jersey-based film makers, artists, and musicians have formed a film company and created a feature film based on—yes—cereal.
Titled Kill Mills (a take-off on Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill), The movie is described as such:
“Imagine combining the dark humor of a Quentin Tarantino classic with the sugary pop of your favorite breakfast cereal and you have a window into the world of Kill Mills, a unique collaboration of local filmmakers, actors, and musicians. Kill Mills tells the story of Yolanda Wallace who, after being double-crossed by a gang of cereal mascots called the Milkmen, must rise up and exact revenge, one scoop at a time. Cereal is a dish best served cold.”
Anyone in the Asbury Park, New Jersey area who wants to check it out and report back to us can go to the premiere on Saturday, November 26. More details at New Jersey Stage.
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