Star Wars: Blasted Behavior

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.

9 min

The Lady ParaNorma

Written/Directed by Vincent Marcone; Produced by Rodrigo Gudino & Marco Pecota

The Lady ParaNorma can hear ghosts, but cannot see them. They whisper and sing and tease her, but refuse to reveal themselves, until one fateful day, when one ghost in particular calls her from his tomb which lies beneath a treacherous pile of rocks.

6 min

Suffer

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.

18 min

Abra Cadaver

Written by Josh Heisie; Directed by Jay McBeth; Produced by Kurt Ogilvie

One saw, one box, no magic!

A failed magician just needs an assistant to pull off that one great trick. His choice of a streetwise hooker might not have been as clever as he thought.

12 min

Rantdog’s “Zombies of the Tar Sands of Death of Doom”

Written by Norm Fassbender, Dave Clarke; Directed by Norm Fassbender; Produced by Kate Holowach

A four-part animated series following Rantdog and family and their encounter with the Zombies of the Tar Sands of Death of Doom.

14 min

Episode 1: The Quackening, Redux

Can a flock of ducks and a cute bunny dodge the grasp of the Tar-Zombies?

Can Rantdog and family have a happy holiday at Tar Sands National Park–a nature preserve as gooey as the La Brea Tar Pits, but with the added bonus of being infested with industrial-strength Zombies?

4 min

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The Elusive Man

Written by Marc Roussel, Mark Sanders, Mark Thibodeau; Directed by Marc Roussel, Mark Sanders; Produced by Marc Roussel, Mark Sanders, Ron Basch

Blaine Sutherland, an industrial chain manufacturer, is a newly rich man. Being filthy rich is not one of the Seven Deadly Sins, at least, so he thought. Suddenly he has a target on his back as well as his wallet vis-à-vis his gold digging wife, Angela, and her hunky “boy toy,” Lance.

Suddenly, Senorita Peligro and her ruthless band of international art thieves invade Blaine’s office and demand the whereabouts of a certain individual. Blaine has no idea! He just wants his severed body parts re-attached. Angela doesn’t care but certainly wants the reward. Who is the Elusive Man?

15 min

Tales from the Afternow: Little Rocks

Written by Sean Kennedy; Directed by David T. Krupicz; Produced by James O'Brien

From an underground bunker a hooded figure lights a candle in the darkness, broadcasting warnings of the inevitable anarchy destined for humanity. He reaches for one of few remaining personal possessions and re-tells the story of his wife, one of the many who have fallen to the widespread plagues and fallout sickness. The man had been employed as a sentry guard for Octamed, a company that treated the infected and sick.

When the darker times came, they switched to processing the weak and dead. As his ailing wife succumbed to illness, he faced his greatest struggle yet: how to remember.

12 min

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The Tea Master

Written/Directed/Produced by Aaron Au

On his long journey home, a humble Old Man is challenged by a Samurai to a duel to the death.  Through an unlikely encounter with a young Sword Master, the Old Man is taught how to defeat the Samurai using something he has had with him all along.

10 min

Every 28 Days

Written/Produced by Arielle Boisvert; Directed by Kenny Chow

When a newly patented birth control begins to show its side effects, Dr. George Manning must take to the streets with his wife and idiot brother in the hopes of finding a weapon against the most terrifying adversary imaginable: a PMS-driven legion of blood-thirsty zombies.

God help us all.

18 min

The Necronomicon

Written/directed/Produced by Joseph Nanni

Do you want to be a nicer person? Are you looking for inspiration to do good things? Well keep looking. But if you’re into opening up terrifying vistas of reality then the Esoteric Order of the Old Ones and Cthulhu Cultists want to help. From Bad Advice for Good Times, the team that brought you Elder Sign and Casting Call of Cthulhu, comes The Necronomicon; a short and biting spoof of faith-based commercial advertising and accepted religious dogma.

2 min

Surly Squirrel

Producer: Pranay Patel; Directors/Write: Peter Lepeniotis

A discarded pizza slice becomes the Holy Grail to a pack of starving park animals.  A rat and squirrel launch a clandestine operation to get the slice, without any of the other park animals finding out, but their greed disrupts the natural order of the park once their plan is discovered. Simultaneously, across the street from the park, a bank heist turns into a huge gunfight between bank robbers and police. These two worlds collide in an uproarious farcical romp of comic cartoon mayhem.

11 min

Mosquito: Behind the Scenes Preview

Producer/Director: Nathan Town

Mosquito: Behind the Scenes Preview is a comedic parody of Joss Whedon’s sadly short-lived Firefly television show. Clips and interviews with the cast and crew accentuate this humorous sneak peak at another up and coming, yet doomed to failure, science fiction/western series.

11 min

Cost of Living

Producer/Director/Writer: Jonathan Joffe

What would you pay to live forever? That is the question posed by Cost Of Living, a short film starring William B. Davis (Cigarette Smoking Man, The X-Files).

Set in the near future, when a man dying of cancer attempts to purchase a new body, he is forced to decide just how much he is willing to pay for immortality.

An engaging script, powerful performances, and stylish effects make this short film a must see for everyone.

11 min

The Big Thing

Producer/Director/Writer: Carl Laudan

1850: First mass-production of vulcanized rubber condoms.

1851: Patent given for an “Automatic, Continuous Clothing Closure” (zipper)

1889: The Eiffel Tower is completed for the Parisian World Fair

But, one detail that the history books never mention is that the World Ended that same year in 1889, in Paris. Just then, Lucifer & Archangel Michael hatched a plan, followed it through, overcoming perilous obstacles, and got the job done. For the first time, our film documents and re-creates the End of the World as it really occurred.

9 min

The Urge

Writer/Producer/Director: Chris Angus

This short film is a spoof, deflating the exaggerated horror behind old vampire movies. We are lead into the suspense of expecting the vampire to leave his coffin and commit heinous crimes, only to discover that he has far more pressing things on his mind.

2 min