A few days before Christmas, a child goes to bed with dreams of sugar plums and Santa Claus in her head. But when she awakens, it isn't to the sound of the jolly one coming down the chimney.
A small band of survivors accidentally finds a clever way to escape an incoming zombie horde.
An additional 13 minutes of behind the scenes footage and outtakes from the original Rock N' Roll Parking Lot: Jane, Jane short film / music video.
The employees of Frightening Fast VCR Repair and Ghost Removal show up to work on a Saturday to review the 2016 Reboot of Ghostbusters. (Parody / Reboot of RedLetterMedia's Half in the Bag review of Ghostbusters 2016)
The most infamous lost film of all time, 1983's Rock N' Roll Parking Lot, has been found. This simple documentary on the parking lot rocker in their natural habitat was only aired once in 1983 before being permanently banned from public broadcast, due to the sheer amount of complaints lodged against the station with the FCC. All station copies were destroyed. Film lovers around the world have offered thousands to anybody who could find a copy of this fabled film. Occasional rumors of found copies made the rounds on the internet since the late 90s. There were even websites dedicated to finding the film, but they never came to fruition. Now, in 2017, an estate cleaning in Peru has uncovered a copy of the original airing, dubbed to a VHS tape. Oh, also, it's not a real documentary. It's a parody of the original Heavy Metal Parking Lot. Also, it's the music video for MIKAL's song 'Jane, Jane'.
Documentary short film and music video for MIKAL's song "The 4 A.M. Wake Up Call", comprised of footage of the actual recording process of the song itself.
The Honest Horror Films series tackles the question, "What would happen if we replaced horror film actors with regular, everyday people?" And in this installment, "The Basement" asks what happens when real life people hear a spooky noise coming from the basement. #WhatsInTheBasement?
In the Honest Horror Films series, we explore what happens when we replace horror film actors with real life people. In "The Harbinger", we examine what real people would do when confronted by a crazy old man warning them all of their impending doom. Will they listen?
A brief interview with a zombie about the hardships of living among 9 million live meat sacks.
Documentary short film and music video for MIKAL's song "Star", comprised of footage of the actual recording process of the song itself.
A budding film maker deals with rejection the only way he knows how.