A career hitman is cosmically outmatched by his next target as he is unknowingly sent to kill the DEVIL. A hitman meeting quickly plunges into a battle between good and evil, light and dark, and the gray in between. Director Eli Stern brings us a rather elaborate and outside thinking[…]
In the distant future, James is the last human on Earth. He is raised and protected by a humanoid robot, the Machine, who brings him up on a strange composite religion described in a handheld device called The Manual. The Manual’s teachings fuse aspects of old-world religion and incorporate robots[…]
Its part pope and part machine – its Robocop @ the Vatican – its LASERPOPE!
A French writer living in London suffers from sex addiction. To cure his illness he becomes a born again Christian, and along his road to recovery bumps into an old flame whom is also in need of healing.
Kissing Hank’s Ass is an analogy highlighting the absurdities of blind faith in general and some of the basic tenets of Christianity in specific. The story was written by James Huger and is viewable at his website as a transcript and as a downloadable pamphlet. The story has become quite[…]
A father and son travel deep into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. Mysterious, dark and utterly cruel, ‘The Offering’ is a perfect suspense thriller for a Halloween Eve. With a simple premise that can be explored to so many realms, Ryan Patch’s film did actually[…]
A short tale about what happens when a group of frogs meet a big frog shaped balloon. A metaphor about blind faith and religion.
‘Tongues’ is the comedy/tragedy of Daniel, a guy hopelessly in search of hope: in a London megachurch, in a pastor, in the pastor’s hot daughter, and in the mysterious spiritual practice of “tongues”. Made as a Term 5 exercise for the London Film School. Shot in London, UK. facebook.com/tonguesashortfilm
Abyssus Abyssum Invocat is a atmospheric 9 minute stop-motion/live action film that addresses the death penalty and religion. The story unfolds in a surreal and comical fashion, utilizing the somewhat intrinsic creepy quality that comes naturally with the stop-motion medium. The film as a whole was inspired by a painting[…]