Why Watch? The multi-talented Charlie Higson plays himself for this slight (yet endearing) short film about where his book ideas really come from. While at a fan convention, Higson is verbally accosted by two creepy children (either the target audience for his zombie books or entities ready to chant “Come play with us…”). He keeps a stiff upper lip when all he wants to do is sign books, but it’s their last accusation that really stings.

It’s another fun, self-effacing bite from the team at Meat Bingo.

What Will It Cost? About 3 minutes.

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