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Image and video hosting by TinyPic Cast: Tim Kazurinsky, Marilyn Chambers, Brian King, and Mary Kay Cook

Director: Jay Bonansinga

Genre: Comedy

Year: 2007

Rating: NR

Jimmy Fox (Brian King) and his cousin Bobby (Will Clinger) run Discreet Removals, a successful business that removes pornography and other potentially embarrassing material from clients' homes in the event of their untimely death. All is fine until a new client sparks Jimmy's paranoia, and pandemonium ensues.

I really liked the idea here, the story seemed very original and I thought if done right it could be very funny so I was excited to sit down and watch this one. Filmed and told in the style of a mock documentary the film has some very interesting and zany characters and some of the situations I thought were very funny. You got to remember that this is a low-budget effort but I felt the acting was very good for the most part and the documentary style not only was perfect for the story itself but also it seemed to fit and work out better since the budget resources had to be low. The film isn't without it's flaws but for what it is I felt the director and everyone else involved did a terrific job. It looked like everyone had a great time making this film and it translates back to the audience. I had a good time watching it, the film had some very funny moments and is fast paced, if your in to comedy and looking for something different to watch I recommend hunting this one down. It is always nice to see something refreshing come out with it's own ideas and Stash is certainly one of those films. Director/Writer, Jay Bonansinga has only one other film under his belt and hasn't made another since this came out in 2007, I hope to see more work from him soon because we can always use talent like his with fresh ideas.

Released by Echelon Studios

*** 1/2 Out Of *****