BECAUSE OF THE SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW WE STRONGLY ADVISE TO WATCH THE FILM FIRST.
We’ve all confronted ourselves with this 20th century nuisance called spam. Sanj Surati and John Iwasz’s film ‘Spammer’ brings to front the story of a character practicing a spam scam to make money. The film is a parody that mocks the annoying habit of spamming others.
While the main character makes others work for him and put his scam into practice, he only ‘picks up the gold enjoying the good life and freeing himself from any responsibilities. His spam scam seems to ruin plans for everybody receiving his message and he will eventually end up upsetting the wrong person. Things will turn out very bad for the spammer, that’s for sure.
For all those annoyed by spam, Sanj Surati and John Iwasz’s ‘Spammer’ film parody will deliver the ‘revenge’ feeling on all spam scammers out there. A curious fact about this film is that most of the filmmaking responsibilities were kept in house by the two directors who shared them between themselves – like photography, visual effects, sound recording, producing, directing and so on.
It sure looks like the two directors have additional knowledge outside the directing area and enjoy playing and experiencing different jobs. ‘Spammer’ is one of the few parodies we received so far.