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A little over a year ago, Thomas Jane and friends shocked Comic-Con by premiering a very cool short film based on The Punisher titled Dirty Laundry. Directed by Phil Joanou, scripted by Chad St. John, and produced by Adi Shankar, the short was a slow burn that eventually erupted into bloody and brutal violence. [Today], producer Adi Shankar is releasing his next short film titled Truth in Journalism, and it stars Ryan Kwanten. Written and directed by Joe Lynch (Wrong Turn II, Knights of Badassdom), the film is sure to excite comic book fans.

 

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Incase you don't remember how awesome it was :D

 

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"The Punisher" short was loads better. This one was alright though but still no proper Venom.

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I found it lagging but loved the end and the look they went with (y)

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I didn't like it. Coming from a huge Symbiote Spiderman, Venom and Carnage (not Spiderman 3) fan. 

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I stopped watching when the credits rolled...missed Bullseye :rofl:

 

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That's one bad ass venom ( compared to spiderman 3...) The vomit scene is pretty creative.

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^Really? He just looked like a normal human with black paint and a huge head to me, lol. That vomit scene was pretty cool though, but the rest wasn't imo.

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