Sarah (Tiffany Shepis) is a young American from New York City who travels to Italy to join the New Order convent as a cloister nun and to prepare for an arduous spiritual journey. But on ... See full summary »
Caroline De Cristofaro
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A nonstop supernatural thriller that explores the dark side of underground filmmaking. Gina Sklar, the reigning queen of horror, portrayed by Tiffany Shepis, lures Jake Bubar (Tim Mandala) ... See full summary »
Got to get my slushy, get my slushy, get my slushy!
I saw this short film at Rock and Shock this year and I loved it. It is over the top, hilarious, well acted, and original. The only problems were some of the effects weren't finished, the CG effects, but it is not a bad thing, and still being worked on. It follows a man who goes to a gas station. He is on a long drive, and talking about urine powered cars? So he wants to buy a slushy but is forced out of the store. He then craves a slushy, but it ends in disastrous results. This is a really entertaining and funny work of art, and actress Tiffany Shepis is excellent in her role, only she doesn't get naked. Aw man! If you ever get the chance to see it, see it. The theme song to the film is extremely catchy, and will stick in your head long after viewing.
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