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The Mall

A mall is the perfect place to be in a zombie apocalypse. Unless you're in Spencer's Gifts.

Regina, SK
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4.72 (64)

Week #1 Show Teaser The Mall

THE MALL TEASER

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Synopsis

Chris works at the most colourful knockoff rubber sandal retailer in the mall. He's bored, depressed and surrounded by strange people he can't relate to. His manager is an over-achieving teen who at this very moment, is hitting puberty like a brick wall. The security guard is an accident prone 76 year old grandmother who is on the wait list for hip surgery. The only bright spot is sometimes he flirts with the girl who works at the cellphone kiosk.

It's all very mundane until one of the mall walkers starts acting strange. When the mall walker turns into a brain eating walker; Chris barricades himself in the first place he can. Unfortunately that place is Spencer's Gifts.

Team

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Adam Paisley

Writer, Showrunner

A comedy writer and performer from Regina, Sk. Has been featured on CBC Radio and showcased at NXNE. A staple of the Regina comedy scene.

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Daniel Maslany

Director, Talent

Daniel is an actor, director, composer and playwright who lives in Toronto.

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Warren Bates

Producer, Talent

Warren Bates has been excelling at comedy for over a decade, performing all over North America including the Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival & the Vancouver Sketchfest. He has appeared on television's Corner Gas and YTV, and was the recipient of "Saskatchewan's Funniest Person" award at the Canadian Comedy Festival.

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Ratings & Reviews

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Reviews (8)

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    Sheldon O.
    posted 3 years ago

    They say Silence is Deadly and that's true with this teaser video
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    Franco C.
    posted 3 years ago

    Where was the anything?
  • tricia's Photo

    tricia B.
    posted 4 years ago

    Very professional looking clip, no meat to the story line. No catch to keep me coming back.
  • Bonnie's Photo

    Bonnie C.
    posted 4 years ago

    Looks interesting. I work in a mall, I can relate.
  • Dakota's Photo

    Dakota H.
    posted 4 years ago

    I think between the concept and tweets, this is a very humourous idea, however, the trailer did leave something to be desired.
    I really hope to see more from this! Be sure to check out The Troupe (we're fellow Saskatchewanians).
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    Dez L.
    posted 4 years ago

    Well done, but a bit too much emphasis on 'teaser'?

    Would have liked to see more!
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    Marquise B.
    posted 4 years ago

    Too short. The concept is not descriptive enough in the video. Of what I read in the written description, I think the idea could have potential but it's unfortunate it wasn't shown in the video.
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    Kyle W.
    posted 4 years ago

    Too short, need to see more
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