Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!

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Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!
Directed by Worm Miller
Produced by Patrick Casey
Worm Miller
Written by Patrick Casey
Worm Miller
Starring Patrick Casey
Andy "Hippa" Kriss
Maria A. Morales
N. David Prestwood
Jack Shreck
Sean Hall
Worm Miller
Music by Sean Hall
Jack Shreck
Distributed by Sub Rosa
Release date
  • 2003 (2003)
Running time
90 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Hey, Stop Stabbing Me! is a 2003 low-budget feature starring Patrick Casey and directed by Worm Miller. Miller and Casey also co-wrote the movie. The duo went on to write Golan the Insatiable for Fox's Animation Domination HD programming block.

The film was shot on location in Bloomington, Minnesota.[1]


Hey, Stop Stabbing Me! is the story of Herman Schumacher (Patrick Casey) and his new post-collegiate life. After school ends Herman finds life a lot harder than he thought. He needs to find a place to live, a job, and new friends. The first two are solved surprisingly easy when he unknowingly moves into a house with a serial killer to fill one of the many vacancies and then gets a job as a "World Historian" which mainly consists of digging holes in an empty field. Throw in crazy roommates and a sock stealing monster for good measure and wackiness ensues.


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