Written/Directed by Isaac Ezban; Produced by Isaac Ezban, Miriam Mercado, Pamela Hernandezn
Kriko Krakinsky is a lonely, 11-year-old boy that dislikes sports, insects, and most of what goes on in his house. At night he listens to the screams coming from his older brother’s room, who lives there with his girlfriend. When Kriko´s father tells him that “nasty stuff” is going on there, he imagines horrible things and his first sex ed class only makes it worse. But when he begins to discover what’s going on around him, he finds his imagination was insufficient. Nasty Stuff is a story of the sexual discovery, bizarre immigrants, and scorpions.
This is a film you will have to see to believe, and will burn itself into your brain.
Written/Directed by Timothy Alan Richardson; Produced by Timothy Alan Richardson & Michael Kouroubetes
After a large astrospud falls from the sky and crashes into the cemetery on the outskirts of Chive City, Dr. Ram Russett, astronomer, and Nurse Candy Yam must quickly create an antidote in order to return the town’s zombie-fied citizens to their normal, high potassium state.
Written, Directed, & Produced by Josh Bass
Yoav and Fyvush Goldsteinfeldbergowitzblumbaum are your average mohels (that’s ‘professional baby penis carvers’ in layman’s terms) with secret identities as Jewish ninja superheroes. When Fyvush begins dating a Catholica woman, Yoav tries to put aside his reservations and be supportive. But is this apparently sweet girl all she appears? (SPOILER ALERT: she’s not. She’s an evil demon bent on converting everyone to Catholicism. Damn, I spoiled it).
Directed by Aurelio Voltaire
The skeleton of a rat-monkey comes to life in a room full of cursed objects in this Gothic tale with a sci-fi twist. Narrated by electro-Goth rocker, Gary Numan.
This is the 5th film in Aurelio Voltaire’s award-winning “Chimerascope” series of animated, experimental films. See the other four films at voltaire.net.
Written/Directed/Produced by Chuck Grieb
Down on his luck again, the likable and plucky, if opportunistic, knight, Sir Oliver, is on the run. Stumbling into the king’s receiving room, Sir Oliver finds the old monarch’s crown, left forgotten on the throne. Intrigued at this unique, valuable, and fragile find, the easily distracted Sir Oliver gives the crown a try to see how it sits on his head. Trouble quickly returns when a searching knight tracks down Oliver’s hiding place.
Written and Directed by Chris Lukeman; Produced by Anne Lukeman
Once Upon a Time in 1972is a transistorpunk-science fiction-action-adventure-period piece. It follows the scientist hero, Spring Heeled Jack, through one crazy night in the possibly-alternate early seventies. This retro techno fairy tale follows Jack as he investigates a strange rift in space, battles a giant robot, and still manages to get the girl.
Written/Directed/Produced by Sharifa Williams
A divorced man retreats from the city when he phases in to his quiet apartment on Osiris Level, Unit 7D. One night he discovers a ghostly woman in his home – only to her, it is he who has appeared in her home.
Johcef and Phee live in a Phased Housing Project where tenants are separated by dimensional Levels. As the Levels fluctuate, Johcef is surrounded by more unwanted guests. The closest thing he has to a friend is Phee, a woman he offended the moment they met.
Written/Directed by Dylan Hayes
Lesson 1: everyone gambles but not everyone loses.
Lesson 2: the world is full of traps
Lesson 3: you cannot win if you don’t take risks
Written by Jason Witter & Ryan Denmark; Directed by Ryan Denmark; Produced by David C. Valdez & Joshua Sallach
Kathy is a mature, professional woman who still sleeps with her cuddly teddy bear Vincent. One night, when a burglar invades, Kathy’s home comes alive with magical surprises. To his horror, the intruder learns that not everything is as it seems and Vincent may not be so cuddly after all.
Written & Directed by Taylor Cohan; Produced by Matt Clegg
After getting nominated for prom king, a nerd Antoine asks the girl of his dreams to go with him. She says yes, and she wants to go to his house after school so that they can discuss it. Why are all the kids so nice to Antoine? Will he win prom king?
Written by Dave Clark & Norm Fassbender; Directed by Norm Fassbender; Produced by Kate Holowach
Midnight in a fog-bound swamp, Rantdog (Zombie fan) debates Twitch (non-Zombie fan), who is gagged and bound to a post. Nearby, a pile of rotting Zombie bodies and a freshly dug grave. Will Twitch learn to love Rantdog’s favorite zombies in time? Do you agree with Rantdog. No zombie fan can miss this.
Written by David Dewes & Jenny Stolte; Directed by David Dewes & Ted Campbell; Produced by David Dewes, Jenny Stolte, Marcia Stolte, & Matt Olsen
Shortly after humanity has put down a zombie outbreak, the last two zombies left ‘undead’ are looking for their place in the world, while one lonely zombie hunter’s new-found fame and glory can’t fill the hole in his heart left by the recent loss of his undead love.
Can the zombies avoid a gruesome second death at the hands of chainsaw-wielding mobs and find a place where they can live in peace? Can the zombie hunter complete his quest to rid the world of zombies or will his past relationship with his prey cause him to falter? Can any of them hit the high notes?
Written/Directed/Produced by Gerry Curtis
A fierce, beautiful woman and her new assistant have just moved to the US from Singapore to expand their family “business.” A single note played on a piano in her empty mansion triggers a sequence of strange events that result in death and reveals their family’s dark secret.
Written by Sam Carter & Evan Fowler; Directed by Sam Carter; Produced by Sam Carter & Eddie Stone
What evil lurks behind their googly eyes?
Stan Gable isn’t a bigot. He doesn’t hate anybody… except puppets. As a self proclaimed ‘fluff-o-phobe’, Stan’s worst nightmare comes true when a group of puppets move into the house across the street. As his suspicion turns to paranoia, Stan tries desperately to convince those around him that the puppets are up to something. Is Stan crazy, or is there something truly sinister about his cute and cuddly neighbors? A film chocked full of torture, bigotry, mutilation, terrorism, and adorable fuzzy puppets.
Directed by Jerry Fuchs
Exploring space is a dangerous occupation, especially if you are a bunny!
Written by J. Alan Peeples & Kelli D. Meyer; Directed/Produced by J. Alan Peeples
What happens to a normal, happy family when a zombie attack leaves 4-year-old Tommy craving human flesh? A headshot with the family rifle would finish it, and his father wants to do just that, but his mother can’t bear to face the end of Tommy’s existence. As Tommy decomposes, his mother’s sanity wastes away as well. Just how far will a mother go to hold onto her son?
Written by Alexander Galant & Carmen Gillespie; Directed by Alexander Galant; Produced by D. Kirk Teeple & Alexander Galant
Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca and Yoda are brought together for their greatest challenge… a group therapy session. To psychologist, Dr. Aldridge, their actions in the original Star Wars trilogy seem… crazy. Each of them has unresolved issues and soon tempers flare and lightsabers ignite.
Written/Directed by Adam Hall; Produced by Melanie Hall & Nick Jones
Nathan Carlson, creator of a drug that allows one to experience love without the dangers of involving other people, finds himself caught in the middle of an outbreak when Los Angeles is infected with Sudden Death Syndrome – a disease that causes death suddenly and whose only symptoms are spontaneously bursting into song and dance. Nathan quickly joins the cure research team where he meets Rachel and Jonathan (Doug Jones), and they rush to find a cure for the disease. In between uncontrollable bouts of song, Nathan unravels a conspiracy involving a high ranking military official (John Larroquette), falls in love, and attempts to save Los Angeles from sudden death… as the city turns into a real life musical all around him.
Written by Aaron Au & Kimani Ray Smith; Directed by Kimani Ray Smith; Produced by Aaron Au, Dylan Thomas Collingwood, & Kimani Ray Smith
Kidnapped professional fighter, Logan O’Connor is thrown into an underground fighting tournament where the losers are served up for dinner. In order to save himself from the cannibals, Logan must fight his way out of Hell’s Kitchen or become the evening’s main course.