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Ever have the urge to make use of an unoccupied vacation home? Fortunately, you’re not alone.
In Eddie Mullins’ comedy-drama “Doomsdays,” Justin Rice and Leo Fitzpatrick star as Fred and Bruho, two freewheeling squatters with a love for vacant vacation homes up in the Catskills. While the two vandals are doing just fine as they move from one richly appointed home to another, their peculiar lifestyle gets complicated when an aimless young woman joins their ranks.
In the exclusive clip above, the characters give a little crash course on how to successfully break and enter into a vacant home. “Doomsdays” is now available On Demand.
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