The Adventures of Drunky is a passion project for filmmaker Aaron Augenblick. It’s about a boozehound who somehow gets stuck in the middle of a wacky bet between God and Satan. It’s also that rarest of creatures: an R-rated, animated comedy feature aimed at adult audiences. But Augenblick has high hopes.
The Adventures of Drunky is an in-the-works R-rated animated film from Brooklyn-based Augenblick Studios (Adult Swim’s Superjail!, MTV2's Wonder Showzen). Its three main characters: a boozehound (Sam Rockwell), God (Jeffrey Tambor), and Satan (Steve Coogan). Yep, it sounds awesome already.
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