The Scenesters | 2010

Crime, Comedy
When a serial killer starts picking off beautiful young hipsters on the east side of Los Angeles, a couple of crime scene videographers hatch a plan to catch him.

Cast

... Barbara Dietrichson

Actor

... Charlie Newton

Actor

... Wallace Cotten

Actor

... Roger Graham

Actor

... Henry Muse

Actor

... Irving Shaw

Actor

... Carlita Travers

Actor

... Jewell Wright

Actor

... Clare

Actor

... George Porter

Actor

... Kimberly Rockwell

Actor

... Hume Wonacott

Actor

Company

The Scenesters

Production Company

Synopsis

Someone is killing beautiful, young hipsters in East L.A. But while the bloody trail is cold for the apathetic detectives "investigating" the murders, Charlie, a crime scene cleaner with a penchant for Sherlock-ian deduction, working for the private crime scene-cleaning company, Aftershocks Inc., begins finding some unusual clues in the demo CDs of indie bands left behind at the murder sites. It's a cinematic goldmine for Wallace and Roger, the out-of-luck filmmakers working as freelance crime scene videographers for the police homicide department. They hatch what is a possibly brilliant, but probably really dumb, idea to begin filming Charlie as he cracks the case and actually begins solving the murders for what they think will be their career-breaking masterpiece - and maybe the most bizarre film-noir documentary ever made. The problem is, nobody is really sure that Charlie isn't the serial killer. Meanwhile, the dead hipsters are piling up like pancakes, there's a rival Danish film crew, and on top of everything else, it looks like the killer is now making an experimental film of his own...which is so not cool.

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