In the new short film “More Than Four Hours,” young algebra teacher Bill Whiting (Zach Cregger) is very nervous about his first day of school. On the morning of, his wife (Schuyler Fisk) tells him to take a Xanax to calm his nerves, but when he arrives at school, he realizes that he has accidentally taken Viagra instead.
Amidst his frayed nerves, he must now contend with the problem in his pants as he faces a class of scary, judgmental students for the first time. It also stars Wilfredo Ruiz Jr. (“Street Stories”) and Andrew Edison (“Bindlestiffs”). Watch “More Than Four Hours” above.
“More Than Four Hours” is written and directed by Bryan Poyser. His previous credits include “Love & Air Sex,” about a brokenhearted man who travels to Austin to win his girlfriend back during the weekend of the Air Sex World Championships, which premiered at the 2013 South by Southwest Film Festival, and “Lovers of Hate,” starring Chris Doubek and Alex Karpovsky as two brothers who fall for the same woman, which premiered at Sundance in 2010.
Star Zach Cregger is best known as a member of the comedy troupe The Whitest Kids U’Know, who had a IFC TV series from 2007 through 2012. He also had recurring roles on sitcoms like “Friends With Benefits,” “Guys With Kids,” and “About a Boy.” He also wrote, directed, and starred in “Miss March” opposite Whitest Kids U’Know member Trevor Moore. Cregger can currently be seen in the TBS half-hour comedy “Wrecked.”
“More Than Four Hours” first premiered at Fantastic Fest last September.