Showings for Short Program #4 – Outrageous

October 22nd, 2011 @ 5:40pm — Theatre 10

Short Film Program # 4 – Outrageous

Buck Johnson – Directed by: Andrew Blake Mccray

Moon Pie - Jones Marshall rumbles through his cluttered double-wide searching for a missing moon pie, the consumption of which is the centerpiece of his morning ritual. Along the way, he encounters all six residing family members, interrogating them whether they like it or not. Directed by: John Alden Patton

Roid Rage - Sammy Jenkins was a simple man who lived a simple life, until a genetic mutation sent his world spiraling out of control. Now, being hunted by the men responsible for his deformity, as well as the FBI, Sammy must fight back with his unique abilities in order to survive. Those unique abilities include the giant killer hemorrhoid growing out of his ass. Directed by: Ryan Lightbourn

Guarenteed Sex - A meticulous, over the top 1 – 13 point plan for getting a woman into bed. It never fails. Directed by: Torrey Meeks

Mammas Pojke - Mommy’s Boy is an Oedipal psychological comedy, featuring a son, a mother, a unconventional psychologist and his stripper intern. The son feels that his mother is interfering too much in his life. But the mother is under the spell of the psychologist and he has some very strange ways of dealing with the relationship between the mother and the son. Directed by: Hans Montelius

Neighbors - In this faithful adaptation of three stories by American author, Raymond Carver, ‘Neighbors’ tells the story of Vern, a self-declared lowbrow who, after being complacently married to Lorraine for many years, now fears that she may be having an affair with the neighbor across the street. Trying to make up for lost time, Vern takes Lorraine out to dinner on her birthday but only makes matters worse by embarrassing her with his lack of sophistication. When the neighbors go on vacation and ask Vern and Lorraine to feed their cat, Vern takes the opportunity to step into something a little more comfortable than his neighbor’s shoes. Caught up in the joie de vivre that pervades the house, Vern’s love for Lorraine grows daily until even she wants to know what he’s been getting up to. Directed by: Tracy Wren

Pass The Salt Please:  A couple’s dinner repartee quickly morphs into a scene ripped straight from the script of an adult film. Who wins this battle of the sexes is anyone’s guess.  Directed by Tatjana Najdanovic

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