One-minute movie about a doomsday prepper


#1

Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2017/12/01/one-minute-movie-about-a-dooms.html


#2

Christ, what an asshole!


#3

LOL. That was pretty funny. Though I would have ended it with one person blowing the party horn awkwardly.


#4

love it love it love it


#5

That was really great. Like Larry David with a bomb shelter.


#6

Bravo! Did not see that coming.


#7

I’ve already got my plan; I’ve been selected by Vault-Tec to get into Vault 111 in case of all-out nuclear war


#8

C’est magnifique!

Brevity being the soul of wit, it reminds me of this bit from the old “The New Show.”


#9

Well it’s better than the joke about the dog and the peanut butter.


#10

I thought the cellar was gonna be full of zombies. This was much better!


#11

I thought they might push something heavy against the door and turn the siren off, but yea this was better.


#12

I was thinking they should let him live out a life where he’s alone because everyone else died. But I think this ending were he lives a life alone while everyone is alive is better.


#13

The original Twilight Zone did this same thing, sorta, but of course it took 18 minutes.


#14

Tomato, tah-mah-to, I know, but it had to be said.


#15

That’s what I immediately thought of as soon as they started towards the ‘bunker’.


#16

“For the love of God, Montresor!”


#17

#18

So I read “doomsday pepper,” which would have been AWESOME.

This was better.


#19

Less preparation for the end of the world, more effort to prevent the end of the world.

Not that it isn’t okay to be prepared for some situations; for instance there is always a bottle of champagne in the fridge, and I mean champagne.


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#20

This is overthinking the premise, but what about everybody else in that town? Were they all at the party? Because it wouldn’t have been a very nice joke for them to be wakened by a fake air raid warning.