I met Jamie Nash years ago at the Austin Film Festival when we were both semi-finalists in the screenplay competition; me in the teleplay drama category for my Buffy script “Blood Work” and Jamie in the comedy features category for “All’s Faire.” We stayed in touch for a few years after that and I got a chance to read his Santa is a vampire epic “Two Front Teeth.” A while ago Jamie produced TFT on a micro budget. This year it got reviewed by Obscurus Lupa on That Guy with the Glasses. Lupa normally tears low budget horror and action films to pieces but this is one of the rare examples of her genuinely loving the film. Here’s her review.
UPDATE! The embed code doesn't seem to be working so here's the link to the review site.
Even in the film’s she’s liked, I’ve never seen her just struck speechless so many times. Even I’m blown away and I knew what to expect! Reading this back then, I could tell that this story would be awesome and that’s exactly what this film is. It’s a perfect example that a lack of budget is no excuse for a lack of imagination or effort.
I’m very happy for Jamie. That Guy gets a ton of traffic. Hopefully this will lead to new cult Christmas movie status for TFT. Check it out!