Honor favorite big The Oven
The oven erupts into flames
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Directed by
Released January 31, 2008
Philip Heinrich
  • Horror
  • Parody
Running time
Language English
Created for North America's Oldest Appliance Contest

The Oven is a 2008 comedy horror brickfilm by Philip Heinrich.[1][2] It follows the story of a man making muffins in his oven one dreary night, told through a parody of the poem "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe.[3] It was created for AP Wagner's North America's Oldest Appliance Contest.[4] It was later entered into the LEGO and Nicktoons Built By Me Movie Contest and won the first place prize in the 18 and Older category. As a result, it became available to view on Comcast On Demand.

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References to other brickfilms Edit

Framed pictures on the walls of the house contain images from Heinrich's films Crown of Syracuse, The Pepperonis, and Star Wars: Bane of the Sith.

References Edit

  1. Directory listing archive
  2. Bricks in Motion directory listing
  3. The Oven on YouTube
  4. Website page archive
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