Record Heat: Coffee or Beer? by Brad Dwyer + The Anticlause Short Film

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We won't be back in full force until Tuesday, but somethings are just too fun to wait.

Brad Dwyer brings us a double dose of funny this week, pondering an age old question in this week's installment of Record Heat: Coffee or beer?

Then, Dwyer provides the soundtrack for a late Christmas present, The Anticlause, "An action packed duel between good and evil, set in a backdrop of the holidaze. Sleigh bells ringing and blood curdling screaming!"

It's short of like the first Burton-directed Batman film, only, you know, more profane, with more man-ass, and a lot more coke.


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