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 ...
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Nearing the end of WW2, a handful of Nazis board a plane bound for Argentina, where they plan to live in hiding. During the flight, lightning hits the plane and they parachute onto an island populated by savages. Atrocities await.
Rachel Crow stars as a woman who is approached by a man who has kidnapped her daughter. If the woman complies with the man's wishes, then the daughter will be set free. If not, the wishes ... See full summary »
After a painful encounter with some bullies next to an ant colony, Ant-Drew will never have to fear again, as an improbable, yet miraculous symbiosis begins. Now, he is unstoppable, and he thirsts for revenge. Is this a dream come true?
Captives find themselves at the mercy of a lunatic who dresses like a clown. He does not seem to be aware that his amusement is terrifying to the victims who are forced to participate in ... See full summary »
A romantic couple run from the law after accidentally killing one of their friends. They encounter every imaginable monster that has appeared in horror movies in a modern day version of Dante's Inferno.
After a night of partying, four friends are kidnapped by a mysterious man. The friends wake up in a basement, and realize they are part of something horrifying. A human breeding farm. They are to be milked, bred, and much, much worse.
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