We were first introduced to the "bootleg Freddy Krueger" that is Scary Terry in the 2013 episode of "Rick and Morty" titled Lawnmower Dog. Scary Terry is a misunderstood monster who invades dreams, has miniature swords for fingers, and much like Freddy, has a knack for saying the word "bitch" at the end of every sentence. And now the character has received his own fan film.
Released this week, Bitch: The Scary Terry Story was created by Chris R. Notarile, who also directed the Tales from Elm Street shorts and the Tiffany + Chucky fan film series.
In the parody fan film, when everyone’s favorite legally safe knock off of an '80s horror character with miniature swords for fingers instead of knives finds himself on the wrong side of a trademark infringement lawsuit, options seem bleak as Scary Terry fights to justify his livelihood in the lawsuit of the century.
"This idea is absurd. From the moment I came up with the concept, to the exact moment I clicked UPLOAD LIVE VIDEO to Youtube, I knew this idea was absurd. And I love it," said Notarile. "Scary Terry getting sued by Freddy Krueger over the legalities of trademarking the word “bitch.” How the hell are you not laughing? I wanted this to look as cheap as possible. The crappier, the better. Because again, the whole thing is just absurd."
Aaron Toft played Scary Terry, with Santana Maynard as Terry’s wife, Melissa.