The Kitchen Games involves two sets of rival cutlery from opposite sides of the table who come to life when the humans have gone to sleep. The two teams (Washington and Camelot) compete once a year on Christmas eve to decide who will rule the kitchen for the coming year. However on this particular Christmas Eve a brand new Washington butter knife (Will) falls in love with a Camelot desert fork (Lucy) bringing to a head the deep seated rivalry that’s imbedded in the kitchen. The majority of our story takes place against the backdrop of some pretty amazing sporting events, such as the epic “Mug Race” (a bit of Ben Hur’s Circus Maximus), an extreme obstacle race and an extraordinary fencing contest that is reminiscent of the great swashbuckling movies of the past. As the games progress the teams find themselves not only competing in the events but also desperately trying to keep the young couple apart in a effort to avoid an all out war. Towards the end of our story and now on the brink of tragedy, we learn of the hidden secret that started the feud. The two teams have to decide if they can work together to save our two protagonists. Thrills, spills and high octane fun collide in this dazzling, action packed feature film, where old secrets, lurking dangers and the chance of a new start compete for victory. The Kitchen Games ends not with a body count... but with a cleaning bill.