Three Qualities of a Valuable Employee

Yo, bro. Eric needs to know three qualities that make him a valuable employee.

Co-directed by @Cvshmere

Featuring @CallMeJinzo

Featuring @Issa.Me.Bruh

Just Swipe It Forward Bruh (Comedy Film)

Swipe it Forward. Or it will haunt you.

In this case, literally. We don’t suggest anyone harass anyone to swipe it forward when you leave your metrocard at home the way this guy did… because for every asshole that ignores you, there’s one that will gladly use their unlimited metro to swipe you on.

Timothy “Hann” Rivera (@TimHannRivera) teams up with Almonte for another hilarious satire on the relationship between the homeless and the working class in Harlem. Almonte’s melancholic cinematography adds a dark twist to Tim’s goofy comedy style. “Almonte’s cinematography in the film gives it suspense… a sense of realism,” Tim describes. And we can’t forget Spagety’s (@SpickAndSpan_) incredible improv skills. “Edwin’s acting is scary yet hilarious.”

That Nuyorican  Rican accent though…

Tim explains his inspirations, reminiscing that he “always loved the old school Michael Myers and Freddy Krueger movies & wanted to create something similar.” He continues. “I always use my environment to create stories and thought — wouldn’t it be crazy if there was a scary film based on a Homeless guy that chases a guy for a metrocard swipe?– It’s scary but yet funny because in the film I’m really getting chased for a metrocard swipe… something you don’t see in films.” The ghetto life in Harlem is something you definitely rarely see in films. The satirical part of it all is what a big deal people make about being asked for swipe. In reality, no one is really going to chase anyone for train fare. Especially if they’re already on the train???
Well… unless it’s a cop chasing you for hopping the turnstile. That should be the next one 😉 

How far would you go for a swipe?

Watch the full video here. 

Throwback Thursday || What’s the Hook? COMEDY SKIT

Throwback Thursday brings you “What’s the Hook?”

16 year old Almonte uses a play on words for this 5 year old comedy sketch. Always sing the hook right or you’ll get a right hook. Then again, what he did was more of a straight. So Pedro had to correct him. Just ask Danny.

*Side eye*

Before TheAlmonteFilms was JShamw0w

With a zero. There was a completely different channel before Almonte started to brand himself as a filmmaker… before he even knew he would be a filmmaker. This was one of the gems right before he completely abandoned the channel.

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