Film: The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle

A 2009 indie film by David Russo, starring Marshall Allman, Vince Vieluf and Natasha Lyonne.

Unfufilled with his lot in life, tech wiz Dory (Allman) decides to quit his lucrative job and take up as a janitor. He is qucikly hired on at Spiffy Jiffy, a punk-ish custodial outfit working within a market research firm. Taken under the wing of OC, a charismatic wannabe artist, Dory adapts to his new position.

One day, in an effort to make a little extra cash, Dory and OC attend a reseach panel testing out a new kind of "self-heating" cookie. As it turns out, the cookies are delicious. Unfortuately, side effects include chemical dependence, severe hallucinations, abdominal cramps, wacky cravings, and spontaneous male pregnancy.

Despite the above description, the film is not a horror movie. Rather, it's a quirky existentialist dramedy.

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