Indie Comedy Flick "Pulp:" a British independent film

The guys behind Pulp have been sending me an email here and an there, talking about their new comedy indie film, Pulp!  I checked out their exclusive trailer and Star Wars scene from their movie.

It didn't really catch my attention because it felt like Jerry Seinfeld crossed tracks with The Office, and headed to Comic-Con.  The first two of three noted projects never really caught my attention in past years, so I ignored it.  Shame on me I guess.

Now that their preview trailer for Pulp has hit a million page views on YouTube, (and yes, they sent me an email pointing that out... rub it in why don't you!) I thought, well, O.K., maybe there's something to this that Cinema Static readers might take away from the clip.

Their latest email said that, 

"Pulp has yet to secure a distribution deal and, as a low budget, but commercial comedy aimed at a mainstream audience, has been spreading news of the film using grass roots activism."

So, on the off chance that any of you folk might like it, here's the deal, followed by the preview clip.  (NSFW language!  The clip is fully populated with foul language... so if you have little ones that might ask what those words are, use the headphones, or send them out to play for a few minutes!) 

Tony Leary, the nice-guy owner of Junk Comics, is gearing up for one last roll of the dice. Nothing will stop his new superhero comic The Sodomizer from being a success except a gang of Geordie criminals who are using another comic company to launder their dirty money. Aided by his trusty geek sidekicks, Rick and Keith, Tony must defy the odds if he is to become a real life hero.

Pulp is directed by Adam Hamdy and Shaun Magher, and produced by Phil Bland, Phil Chalk and Adam Hamdy.

Pulp Preview Trailer/Star Wars Argument Clip:


You can view the trailer and exclusive scene here: