A gang of female Skate Boarders and their pet rats terrorize all the boy skate boarders in town. Shot in an afternoon on glorious Kodachrome.

Death Sled II: Steel Belted Romeos, 1990

A tale of backwoods blacktop mayhem--Two dim-witted, lead-footed guidos from Bayonne, New Jersey bust through stoplight after stoplight in their turbo-charged, bad-assed, jet-black Pontiac Grand Prix until their mean machine nearly eighty-sixes another hunk of American steel. And that's just the start of it...A confrontation, an assault, fists-a-flying, and traffic violations.

Dumbass From Dundas, 1988

Two lunkheads get dumped by their friends in the desert. One guy is wearing a Twisted Sister t-shirt and one is wearing a Kiss t-shirt. They don't like each other. They have problems.

This film really resonated in the alternative film scene in the late 80s. Very few artsy fartsy film folk were shooting narrative, especially of the angst-filled variety. There was a hunger for this stuff. This predates, but anticipates, the underground film movement that would blossom in the early 90s.

I’m Not Fascinating—The Movie!, 1996

Over 20 years removed from its world premiere on Valentine’s Day 1996 at The Viper Room in LA, this movie – shot entirely on Super-8 sync sound film stock – has finally been given the deluxe re-release treatment with a new, HD transfer and accompanied by a smorgasbord of bonus features and live concert footage of the band. This new transfer is undoubtedly better than the film deserves but despite its hi-def sheen (*cough*), no-budget cinephile purists can rest easy knowing that the original’s many “weirdly beautiful” visual flaws are all still ingloriously intact.

Brace yourselves for one of the most resplendent footnotes of rock 'n' roll anti-history ever to grace the silver screen. I'm Not Fascinating chronicles the pointless shenanigans of San Francisco rock 'n' roll ne'er-do-wells The Icky Boyfriends and their futile quest for rock stardom. Undaunted by the universal hatred of both their music and their look, the band perseveres, netting themselves a hefty major label contract. But stardom proves elusive as they descend into a world of murder, intrigue, nepotism, consumer research groups, excessive use of caffeine-laden soda pop and death. Who kills the Ickys? You'll wish you had!

Swingers’ Serenade, 1999

A tawdry tale of suburban sexual malaise plus a lesson in arcane film history rolled into one sin-tillating package! In the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s, when home movie making was at its peak, this nation's newsstands were filled with amateur movie making magazines. The majority of the articles contained therein focused on the technical concerns of filmmaking. Some magazines, however, would actually provide their subscribers with scripts to shoot—scripts on which these would-be cineastes could hone their filmic chops. In and of itself, there was nothing unseemly about such a service. But upon closer inspection, some of these scripts were, to say the least, rather randy.

Out of Print, 2008

Out of Print is a sweet litle ode to the counterculture of the 80s and 90s, a time when unearthing quality culture was a real treasure hunt.

I, Socky, 1998

A rogue sock monkey hits the town on a big day out. I, Socky was shot and edited on super 8. The film showcases super 8's rich Kodachrome palette and its guerrilla aesthetic. Directed by: D. Plotnick & Alison Faith Levy.

Tour Tips: Beware The Day Off In New Orleans, 2001

Ever wonder what it's like to go on tour with your film, band, poetry or art? Well it's not all glad-handing, schmoozing, free drink tickets and adoring audiences. Along the way there are some dark, dank and humiliating moments. The Tour Tips series will address some of these pitfalls to better prepare the travelling artiste for his or her journey down the wrong side of the road. Starring: Gil Ray and the Loud Family.