Friday, May 29, 2009

Our Kitchen Pest Experience, The Movie

Genre: Horror
Starring:Foodgoat and Ladygoat

Synopsis: The tranquil lives of a good-looking couple Vincent (played by Foodgoat, in his most intense role to date) and Angeline (played by Ladygoat) in a Midwestern city are disrupted when they slowly begin to notice small, brown moths in their unusually large and tastefully decorated apartment.

As the mysterious moths begin appearing with greater and more frightening frequency, the couple attempts to get to the root of the infestation, pitting themselves against the
Tracking the moths takes them into the darkest recesses of their kitchen cabinets, where they not only find hidden secrets of their past but old bags of flour that hide Mediterranean flour moths! Forcing them to question everything they believe in.


Finally, a horror flick with a believable premise: moths breeding in poorly sealed bag of old and forgotten flour. It happens to everyone, or so they say, which is why people keep their grains and flour in big, airtight containers, or in the refrigerator. But what would happen if you didn't ...? This movie shows us what would happen.

Foodgoat and Ladygoat, after narrowly losing their lives in a desperate, senseless run through a chomping machine, come to the heart of the Mediterranean Flour Moth infestation. With their last gasping breath, they fling the whole wheat flour, the Wondra flour, the 3 half-filled bags of regular flour, and a bag of brown rice into the trash.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous7:43 PM

    I solved the same problem this year, for the first time. Durn moths had haunted my kitchen. My wife bought a new flour container and I realized that we weren't seeing many moths after that.

    Aha, thinks I, a clue!

    I'm not anonymous. I'm zak822.
    I went through the pantry and tossed everything that might be open to the critters.

    And by luck I found a bait trap in the supermarket. It's picked up whatever moths we hadn't gotten otherwise.