Gold Line Films teams YouTube Celebrity Chef Auntie Fee with USC student Khaled Ridgeway to deliver a scary Halloween treat with horror film 'Last Call'.

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 29, 2015

YouTube cooking star Auntie Fee, famed for viral potty-mouthed feats in the kitchen, showcases her unique brand of humor in a new mini horror film written by a University of Southern California film student. Fee also co-produces the picture along with Gold Line Films LLC.

The nine-minute short "Auntie Fee’s Last Call," has been uploaded to YouTube just in time for Halloween. The plot centers on a young telemarketer trying to make his quota, but runs into more than he bargained for with one of his customers. It’s the brainchild of USC film student Khaled Ridgeway, who met Fee at a recent YouTube conference and convinced her to sign onto the project and flex her acting chops.

"I'm a big fan of Auntie Fee and I was fortunate enough to be granted the opportunity to collaborate with her. Social media, in particular YouTube, has become a viable resource in discovering raw talent like Fee," says Ridgeway.

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Shot at the same telemarketing office where Ridgeway worked before moving on to study film, 'Last Call' was directed by USC alum Ken Koby, and stars another USC alum, Roland Buck III. Their university's School of Cinematic Arts was recently named the top film school America by The Hollywood Reporter.

The Youtube Channel of Auntie Fee (née Felicia O’Dell) has amassed nearly 400,000 subscribers and over 20 million views from popular videos such as “Ghetto Caviar” and “Cheep Ass Fish Sticks.” She opens the short film by giving the young telemarketer a profanity-laced piece of her mind when he tries to sell her an overpriced cable package. Her next scripted performance will be in the major motion picture Barbershop 3.

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