Follow the story of Jesus in this slapstick satire. With a name like "Jesus, the Total Douchebag" the movie should only be seen by people who enjoy blasphemous comedy, and as such, the ... See full summary »
Two girls hitch a ride from someone they think they can trust. After all, the driver is a woman. They endure humiliating perversions and excruciating pain. Their friendship warps as they ... See full summary »
A tragic-comedy that finally offers an accurate representation of the heavy metal lifestyle, Bill Zebub's Metalheads stars Emily Thomas as a hard rock honey who just can't get enough of long hair, ripped jeans, and loud guitars.
This fatalistic comedy explores the world of DIRTBAGS - they never achieve anything through honesty, whether it's the pharmacy student who uses his skills to make date-rape drugs or the ... See full summary »
Friends are invited to an LSD party. The host suffers a psychotic episode, and guests become captives. A friend has become a stranger as his delusions rule his thoughts. The forest becomes ... See full summary »
A perverted landlord goes on a rape spree. His tenant is mentally ill, and the landlord alters the crime scenes in a way that will implicate the schizophrenic, that is, if the bodies are ever found. Will the rampage continue unchecked?
"Death, thou too shalt die" does not seem to be a fitting statement for Death Metal. In this two-hour documentary, many exalted artists expound on a variety of subjects. The fact that the ... See full summary »
Follow the story of Jesus in this slapstick satire. With a name like "Jesus, the Total Douchebag" the movie should only be seen by people who enjoy blasphemous comedy, and as such, the comedy is focused on targets that are usually exempt. Director Bill Zebub explains, "Indie movies should revel in their freedom. They are not confined to the same boundaries as the big budget movies. They should give what Hollywood can't." Written by