VOD Recommendation: A Hilarious Indie Satire About Fame and the Internet Now Available on Demand
12.05.12 by BJSprecher
"It's my movie and I'm about to be famous."
Journey along as a narcissistic internet stripper
destined desperate for fame gets swept up in a day filled with sex, drugs, violence, and teenage hijinks.
The Flick: King Kelly
The Skinny: Co-written and directed by Andrew Neel (Darkon), the movie was shot entirely using iPhone cameras in the "FUG" (fake user-generated) style. It premiered at this year's South By Southwest Film Festival to positive reviews.
The Players: New indie sensation Louisa Krause (Martha Marcy May Marlene) stars as "King" Kelly, an aspiring internet star who sets out with her best friend Jordan (Libby Woodbridge) to get her car — which happens to be filled with illegal narcotics — back from her ex-boyfriend (Will Brill) who took it from her on the 4th of July. Chaos ensues as the pair of girls record their adventures over the course of 24 hours.