Saturday, October 3, 2009 - 6pm
“Horn Dog” is the fourth film in the famed Oscar® nominated “dog” series. Here are more misadventures from our plucky canine, as he fends off an obese dog, attacking oysters, and a wayward killer violin bow, while trying to win the love of his heart’s desire.
Two script readers discuss the deeper meaning behind Hollywood's most overused film conventions. Does every movie need a trick ending, set pieces and cartoonish death? Do films actually improve when all semblance of reality is removed? Is art overrated? Yes, yes and yes. Especially in Art Film itself.
A guy named Dave, who dresses up like a chicken, works for a place called Flavor Crisp. He gets heckled and abused all day by passing cars and gives it right back. One day, a big purple hippo who works for Hippo Bagels comes on his turf.
A memory of the circus reveals the shadow side of childhood innocence. Experimental film using original footage shot on Super 8, and hand manipulated found footage on 16mm.
War is declared on the off world settlement! Everyone from suburban housemakers to super scientists are uniting to deploy an army of the giant killer robot ATTACKAZOIDS!!
Silent Film Star vs The Undead
At the dusk of the silent film era, one remaining star must rescue the girl of his dreams from the evil clutches of Victor and an army of the Undead.
Las Historias Mas Sexy Del Mundo! No.2 aka The Sexiest Stories on Earth!
Soft-core porn parody, shot to emulate 70's era 'Swedish Erotica'/Cinemax stag films. Filmed in 16mm, shot and edited on film with vintage 70's equipment. Featuring Matthew Lesko, Ian Svenonius and The Raveonettes.
NYC's Reckless Sons get hunted down by a pack of Lesbian vampires.
Rising Up: The Story of the Zombie Rights Movement
Amidst the political and cultural turmoil of the 1960's, some groups remained voiceless. Rising Up chronicles the oft-neglected Zombie Rights movement, and the tragic story of its heroic leader.
Piece of Meat
A parody of Britney Spears' 'Piece of Me,' featuring a hot young dancer who's just a little too into meat. Featuring the Angry Video Game Nerd and with backing vocals from DJ Q-Ball.
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