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Head over to the official Core Of Monkos website by clicking on the image below. There you will find their latest productions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Don't tell them but here are some older productions which are no longer available to the public

 

Bounce
Gangster Deal
The Optimist

The soul of the bouncy castle manifests as a man

An eccentric businessman enters the criminal underworld

An optimistic chap reaches the final straw

 

Forest Dweller
Country Watch
Quantum Leap

A man needs help in the forest

A daytime TV show with some internal issues

A parody of the old TV series where Sam has to "leap" into different people's lives and save their future

 

Slush Puppy
Garden Rapist
Life Insurance Advert

A short sketch about the popular snow cone drink

A man is haunted by a figure... IN THE GARDEN

Produced for Halifax life insurance. It makes you think...

 

Cosmonunkies RoH
Business Legends
Robots

The next installment in the Cosmonunkies series. No need to watch the old ones.

Success isn't all it's cracked up to be

A future where AI isn't all it's cracked up to be

 

Unstable Enabled
Mutineer Jim
Let's Rock

The grim reality of life for three troubled housemates

The story of a soldier battling his twisted mind

A trigger happy soldier gets into trouble

 

Party
Salmonella
The Walk

Simon wants to party but he's not okay

An educational video on the dangers of handling raw chicken

A beautiful story of human connection

 

Thirsty for more? Go to the history page

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
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