2 Jennifer

Synopsis: Two filmmakers attempt to make the perfect sequel to "To Jennifer," but a dark secret threatens the lives of everyone involved. Jennifer, a beautiful actress, now has two options: become the heroine of the film, or face a brutal death.
84 min


- How's it going there guys?

So just recently I

saw a film called

2 Jennifer and it is directed

by James Cullen Bressack

and I actually have

the DVD copy right here

signed by him, James is

like a really awesome guy

and what he did here

was he created a

pretty awesome

movie if you ask me.

I do highly recommend

that you check out

2 Jennifer and there

is an ice cream truck

driving by my house right now.

- I found this movie

actually laugh out loud

hilarious, but at times it

was also quite frightening

because it really

hit home for me.

- It's not you know

balls to the wall Gore

or anything like that,

it's just the idea is

it's real.

- It's this horror movie

all shot in iPhone,

and I can barely make

calls on my iPhone.

So color me impressed.

- Dude that movie

is crazy scary.

I heard it's based

on a real chick

and everything man.

- Yeah I saw that movie

I thought it was

f***ing bullshit.

Who shoots a movie on an iPhone?

Can you not afford

a real camera?

- Cheeseheads from

Wisconsin love three things,

horror movies,



2 Jennifer was one of 'em.

- I wonder if James

Cullen Bressack

will ever do a sequel.

- I'm not personally

gonna do a sequel

but I definitely would be open

to somebody else doing one,

like one of my

friends or something,

you know I know a lot of

really talented filmmakers

and I think it's a

story that can be told.

- Hey Jennifer.

You don't-

you don't know me yet,

and actually I

don't even know you.

I uh...

I don't even know

what you look like,

but at the same time

I feel like I've

known you forever.

Known you my whole life.

I know that sounds crazy.

Let me start over.

My name is Spencer

and I'm making a movie.

And, I want you Jennifer

to be the star.

It's a sequel to a movie

that I really enjoyed

a movie that

inspired me in a way to

start this journey

to come and find you.

It's written by

a good friend of mine

named James in Los Angeles,

and he wants me to

direct the sequel.

It's called 2 Jennifer.

And, it's gonna be

something really special

for you and me.


I can't wait to

finally meet you.

I'll see you soon.

All right mack,

let's do this thing.

- Hello?

- Hey mack what's going on man?

This is Spencer.

- Hey Spencer

what's going on man?

- Nothing man, nothing

I was just callin'

to see if you were still

down to help me with this

2 Jennifer project.

- You know it dude

you still coming down in August?

- No, you know dude

some stuff kinda changed

on my end of things,

and you know James

wants to move up

the production, so it looks like

I'm actually gonna be

coming out tomorrow.

My flight lands at 10 am

in lax, so I was calling to see

if you were down to start

this thing right away

I guess.

- Um, did you just say tomorrow?

I have to work,

why is James moving

up the production?

- Look, I don't know,

I just got off

the phone with him

and he wants to

push everything up

and if I'm not there

tomorrow he's gonna

pass this off to

somebody else and

dude you know this is a

really big opportunity

for both of us so,

I gotta be there man I

mean are you in or out?

- Listen dude,

we need to talk about this,

all right how the

hell are you gonna

put this together this fast?

I mean do you have

a finished script?

Do you know who's

gonna be in it?

Where are you at with this?

- All right well look,

I'm almost done with the script

and James is handling

pretty much everything

on the production end,

I just really need to

get out there and

find this Jennifer

who's gonna be in the movie,

and that's really all

I have to do is just

find her and we'll

be all set man.

And James is handling

everything else

it's not a big deal dude,

it's basically all

put together already.

- Dude, I have work man.

I just couldn't not show up

for a week man, come on.

- Mack, I really

need you there man,

like I need you to

do this with me,

I can't do this

without you dude,

are you gonna be there or not?

- Let me,

let me make some calls okay?

- Mack, you're not gonna

regret this dude, I

really appreciate it man

we're gonna f***in'

knock this thing

outta the park dude.

We're gonna find this Jennifer

and sh*t is gonna

fall into place dude.

You're not gonna

regret this man,

this movie is gonna

be the f***in' sh*t

so just get ready all right?

- All right man,

yeah absolutely,

I mean I just don't know

how you're gonna

put this together.

I mean, I don't even

have a camera yet.

- Hey dude dude, don't

even worry about it man,

dude, mack, I'm

really looking forward

to seeing you man

it's been way too long

and I'm really looking

forward to working with you

on this man, I

really appreciate it.

F***er get outta

the god damn road

you piece of sh*t.

F***in' piece of sh*t.

- Last boarding

call for air travel lines

150, 34,

final boarding call.

- Excuse me did you

hear what that announcer said

I totally wasn't

paying attention.

- Something about

checking your bags,

sorry I'm really not sure.

- Yeah, no problem.


going to Los Angeles?

- Mm hmm, yeah.

- Nice, yeah me too.

- Yeah.

- You know I'm actually

going out there to

make a movie.

- Oh, neat.

- You're an actress?

- No.

Are you filming me?

- No.

Your name isn't

Jennifer by chance is it?

- No, I'm sorry

listen I'm really busy,

do you mind?

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James Cullen Bressack

James Cullen Bressack (born c.1992) is an American film producer, screenwriter and film director. He is the son of Emmy Award-winning writer Gordon Bressack and voice actress Ellen Gerstell. more…

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