Sexual Parasites, Disembowelment, Zombies, Serial Killers, Demon Children, Violent Vixens, Rabid Office Workers and Angry Embryos all spring to life from the flesh covered sketch books ... See full summary »
Anthony G. Sumner
After his grandmother's death, 24-year-old Mike Hillary sets off in search of who he thinks is his real father. Little does he suspect the real scenario: his late mother was impregnated by ... See full summary »
Guy and Eve are in a long term relationship that started in their college years. Now approaching 30, Eve questions their reliance on getting high every day, and decides to quit. She makes ... See full summary »
Melanie Angelina Maras,
An original satire about women of the 90s in search of the men of their dreams. Franzy believes she's through with men, but desperately needs new amorous story lines for the comic strip she... See full summary »
Realism and fantasy collide in Jonathan Lethem's genre-bending coming-of-age story, which follows two estranged brothers as they try to leave New York City for a new life in California only... See full summary »
Anthony M. Bertram
Danny is shy and always astonished how his friend Jeff can just walk up to a total stranger and say "Hi!". Even more astonishing that Danny meets three girls the next week and when his ... See full summary »
An unsuccessful young screenwriter struggles to get her career off the ground despite her attempts to revive her horror director grandfather's one-time fame. Meanwhile, a grief stricken ... See full summary »
Glenn Register Sr.
Glenn T. Register,
After years of absence 26-year old Kay returns to her home town. Her soccer coach died and the girls from the team all gather for the funeral. The stories of Celeste, Lisa and Marie seem to... See full summary »
In a futuristic world where women run the show and men are secretaries and maids, a shy plastics' designer looking for a romantic woman the way they used to be in the twentieth century buys a sweet, sports-lover and always-willing-to-have-sex female robot, but... he falls for the lady of plastic who can't love. Written by
After seeing the disastrous "A.I.: Artificial Intelligence," this truly is a breath of fresh air--satirical and funny. Director, Gabriela Tagliavini, has concocted a genuinely smart storyline which is full of mockeries and (did I say?) a twist. The wild selections of costumes and make-ups actually have very contemporary looks, which suggest that female domination has gradually evolved (we don't have to wait 'till Year 2030 to find out). Best of all is Mr. Ryan Hurst. He renders such a comical performance that I think the next Jim Carrey is in the making.
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