Lord, save us. The New York Times reports that 17 year old YouTube superstar Lucas Cruikshank, better known to the hordes of teenagers and developmentally disabled Filipinos that hang out on YouTube as “Fred Figglehorn,” is in the process of making a full-length, professionally funded theatrical feature film. Okay, Hollywood? I take back every single awful thing I said about you making movies based on toys or board games or old stories that your Grandmother told you. This is horrible. This is a scrawny, potentially gay idiot from rural Nebraska who speeds his voice up. Just because millions of people sit through this mess on YouTube doesn’t mean that they’re going to shell out eleven bucks for ninety soul-destroying minutes of it in a theater. Oh, it’s also directed by the guy who made Norbit. I’m calling it right now: worst movie of 2010. Check out some of Fred’s most grating videos after the jump.
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