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Marc Natoli throws down in The Proposal clip

Taking a break from our Halloween Day By Day to share with you Basement Dwellers this first clip from the upcoming ode to 80s and 90s action flicks, The Proposal.

Why now, you ask? Because it's Thanksgiving, and we're feeling thankful for your support these last eight years, and the support The Proposal's writer, John Fallon, and star, Marc Natoli, have shown us.

The Proposal screens at the esteemed Sitges Film Festival this week, debuting Wednesday, Oct 10, at the Prado Theatre at 9:15 p.m. That's in Catalonia Spain, so if you wanna see this short film in person, start walking.

As for the clip? You can catch it right here, right now:

The Proposal is directed by Ben Whimpey, produced by Antonio Raiola, co-produced and written by John Fallon and stars martial arts expert Marc Natoli and Neighbors star Kahli Williams. What's it about?

"When gun for hire Mason Stone takes his longtime girlfriend out on the town, with the intent of popping the big question, he finds his proposal plans interrupted by a group of highly skilled assassins hot on his trail."

Keep up with the production via its Instagram page, and look for a review right here in The Basement on Oct. 11!

Source: John Fallon


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