Archive for August, 2013

Blood Possession!

August 18, 2013

Just made a film with one of the most hilarious, creative teens on the planet. It’s called “Blood Possession.”

New Troll Museum Article

August 15, 2013

Great new article about the Troll Museum!
http://narrative.ly/mini-museums/reverend-jen-and-her-den-four-hundred-trolls/

“Satan, Hold My Hand” Trailer

August 13, 2013

A little teaser:

Wonky

August 13, 2013

Why the f**k is wordpress so f**king wonky?!!!

“Satan, Hold My Hand” World Premiere Venue Change

August 13, 2013
The film, originally scheduled to premiere at Landmark Sunshine will instead be presented at Anthology Film Archives. Same time, date and neighborhood!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
ASS Studios Proudly Presents
The Official World Premiere of
“Satan, Hold My Hand”
The Cheapest Movie Ever Made!
Friday, August 30th, Midnight
Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue (212) 505-5181, (Take the ‘F’ to 2nd Ave.)
ASS (Art Star Scene) Studios, the most underfunded motion picture studio in history is bringing its first feature film, “Satan, Hold My Hand” to the big screen! Filmed entirely in Drunk-O-Vision, written by Reverend Jen, directed by Courtney Fathom Sell and produced by Jonathan Ames (creator of HBO’s Bored to Death), the outrageous Assterpiece was filmed with literally no budget whatsoever. (ASS founders, Rev and Courtney tried to raise 400 dollars on Kickstarter and failed!) The plot centers around 2 Catholic Schoolgirls (played by Scooter Pie and Reina Terror) who are kidnapped by a Satanic Cult that is going to sacrifice them to Satan in exchange for musical careers. Featuring Robert Prichard (ofToxic Avenger and Class of Nuke ‘Em High fame) as the cult leader, Faceboy as the least scary Satan ever, Janeane Garofalo as Satan’s assistant, Reverend Jen as a Satanist having a romantic love affair with an incubus and more, what was originally intended to be a horror film is possibly the weirdest movie ever made. If one were to combine a Bollywood Musical, a Dadaist performance, Trilogy of Terror and a kindergarten play (without a kindergarten’s budget) one might get something akin to this theatrical delight.
ASS is going to roll out the carpet (really any carpet we can find) and celebrate this epic event in grand style, bringing both weirdness and glamour back to the Lower East Side. So take a disco nap, come on down to 2nd Avenue and support the avant-garde. This is one experience you don’t want to miss!