*Online Premiere* When a woman's ex convinces her to let him spend the night, it sets off a battle of wills and opens old wounds. “You’re Welcome Never,” directed by Chevy Camaro, is a dark comedy about a woman who’s moved on, only to be forced into another toxic interaction with a desperate man trying to re-live the old relationship. When Ann gets the call that Joe’s in town and needs a place to stay for the night, her response is no. As we’ll soon see, being shut down doesn’t mean much to Joe and he continues to plead. She eventually agrees on the condition that, in the morning: “ you better be out the door before I can hear you breathe.” To make sure things don’t get out of hand, she invites a male friend to come stay the night, and that’s when Joe really gets riled up. Petty, unnecessary arguments between people who shouldn't be around one another, is great fodder for comedy and that's the case here, and it's constructed on a bed of kinetic energy that never lets up and never turns polite. The lead performance by KD Creager keeps things on track; as the obnoxious behavior stacks up around her, she holds her ground. (13 minutes). [Watch on YouTube here]. Directed by Chevy Camaro. Starring KD Creager, Chevy Camaro and Alex Phillips. Cinematography by Chris Polmanski.