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"You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension, a dimension between fact and fairy tale; a dimension of demented legends of folklore, gone askew of the storybook, under a blue florescent glow... "Once Upon a Crime - in the Black Light Zone."
Bert Furioli as Odd Sterling Shannan Noe as Little Red Riding Hood
"Submitted for your approval: A hooded girl with a propensity for wearing red, now all grown up and running a courier service for fairy tale characters." Sterling adds that "Said Red Riding Hood is dispatched to the home of one little old lady know to Ms. Hood as Grandma, who is hosting party for a king. Along the way, she is followed by the son of the legendary Big Bad Wolf."

Ryan Sears as Grandma
Grandma is known to travel on broomsticks and ask advise of her mirrors and kitchen appliances.

Jim Ellis as Old King Cole
The king is not the jolly old soul he is rumored to be. He hates his own pipe and bowl and despises fiddle music. In fact, he is a cranky old man who couldn't be bothered to lend out his men or his horses to put Humpty Dumpty together again. It is said that he is haunted by a witch's curse.

Butch Maxwell as Big Bad Wolf Jr.
And Big Bad Wolf Jr., a sophisticated gourmet of vegetarian foods and who is fond of women who speak French, wants nothing more than to avenge the murder of his father.

Red in the Hood

All this, under the occasional eerie psychedelic glow light, happens "Once Upon a Crime - in the Black Light Zone."

Wolf and the Hood

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Video Trailer

February 4, 2012