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"i want to kill"

“i want to kill’ is an unhinged, psychedelic romp through the bleak depths of space—both inner and outer. The cardboard sets and low-rent stop motion add to the feeling of urgency and flammability of civilized life. Astronaut Robert Holeman is fed up with suburbia, after years of desires going unrealized and confronting his privilege, boredom, and mortality he’s been nudged into a sort of suicidal/genocidal nihilism stoked by a steady diet of drugs. The violent fantasies, anger, and fear don’t belong to just Robert, but also to his neglected girlfriend and son. ‘i want to kill’ is about catharsis and release. Anger unchecked leads to emptiness, but boy is it funny.



Written/Directed/Edited/Designed/VFX by: Dan Yadin



James Adomian - Robert/Gene/Max

Amber Nelson - Susan/Succubus

Clark Jones - Miles

Brian Lee - Newsman

Dan Yadin - Robot/NASA guy/live-action Robert

Shot by: Matt Fels & Greg Russ
Sound Recording, Design, and Mixing: Dan O’Sullivan
Color Correction: Marika Litz

Theme Song by: Charly Bliss @charly_bliss  “Julia” from their album Guppy, out now on Barsuk Records:


James Adomian is a comedian and actor who is well known for his standup, characters, and impressions. He has guest starred on Comedy Central’s @MIDNIGHT, THE MELTDOWN and DRUNK HISTORY, on Adult Swim’s CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL, and on IFC’s COMEDY BANG! BANG! As Bernie Sanders, James is one-half of TRUMP VS. BERNIE, a comedy debate act that includes a memorable guest appearance on Comedy Central and two TV specials for Fusion, along with a live international tour in 2016.

Amber Nelson is an LA-based comic who you can see on TruTv’s Almost Genius. She has been to Montreal’s Just For Laughs, AXS Television, Comedy Central’s ‘Mash Up’, Netflix’s 'Characters’, and MTV’s ‘Guy Code’.

Clark Jones is a humorist originally from the south side of Chicago. He was named one of the top comics to watch by the New York Observer, acted in Andy Samberg’s “Digital Shorts” for Saturday Night LIVE, and was a guest on TruTV’s “Friends of the People.” BET recently named him one of 11 funniest comics in the country.

Brian Lee is a seasoned veteran of VO acting. His unmistakable voice is featured in virtually every form of media, from movie trailers, TV promos, and radio spots.

Dan Yadin is a multi-faceted filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. He has a tuned ear for conversation and character, which he channels into animation and live action films that blur the lines between dark comedy and drama. He's the recipient of a PromaxBDA gold award and has worked with companies such as Buzzfeed, Spotify, AOL, Nickelodeon, MTV, College Humor, and most recently Some Spider Studios. His viral projects have earned 50,000,000 views and counting across social media. To see Dan’s other work, including his original cartoons and work reel, visit



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