Cereal Killers the Movie

I think this movie is going to be a good one.  I helped fund the making of it and now it’s up to us to spread the word and get it’s message out to everyone.

The guys who made this movie have tried to get on commercial stations and there is a resounding no to their request.

I think we can all get this movie into the mainstream by sharing the link and it only costs a few $ to watch.

Pre-Order your viewing  for the grand opening on the 15th of December 2103 on this link:

Cereal Killers

About the Film: The film follows Donal – a lean, fit, seemingly healthy 41 year old man – on a quest to hack his genes and drop dead healthy by avoiding the heart disease and diabetes that has afflicted his family.

Donal’s father Kevin, an Irish gaelic football star from the 1960s, won the first of 2 All Ireland Championships with the Down Senior Football Team in 1960 before the biggest crowd (94,000) ever seen at an Irish sporting event.

When Kevin suffered a heart attack later in life, family and friends were shocked. How does a lean, fit and seemingly healthy man – who has sailed through cardiac stress tests – suddenly fall victim to heart disease?

Can a controversial diet consisting of 70% fat provide the answers?


  1. Sounds like an eye-opener

  2. Richard J D'Souza says

    The suspense is killing me! So how was the grand opening?

    • Hi Richard,
      Well it was disappointing I am very sorry to say and I couldn’t even finish watching it.
      It was amateur without enough personal content to make it okay that it was amateur.
      I was sorry for it not being spot on. But there will be more movies!

  3. Sage Wilding says

    The docu-film came on time. I see it life changing for those people living a low carb, high fat lifestyle. Scientific evidence project truth and made it so memorable. Donal, you are amazing! I recommend this to anyone that wants to query what the norm is.

    Macadamia nuts in the film was like epic! This Paleo food compared to other common seeds are high in fat and low in protein.

    One ounce (10-12 kernels (28g) has 203 calories and 2.2g of protein. It’s caloric ratio is 8% carbs, 88% fats, and 4% protein.

    I hope to have another docu-film like this one.

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