OK, you’ve really gotta see this short gem from San Antonio’s film scene. Let the movie’s title graphic speak for itself: The year is 3068. Earth’s only known inhabitants are females scattered & surviving on the outskirts of ruins that were once San Antonio.
San Antonio in ruins, feral women, duct taped clones…what’s not to [Read it all...]
Q: What do you do when your favorite toy has been murdered?
A: You bury it!
This macabre short film by Cofa Productions and Eric Fonseca premiered in 2006 at the Cameo Theatre. It was produced, written and directed by Eric Fonseca and was a year in the making. It is set to the classical [Read it all...]
You may have heard of San Antonio’s FILM CLASSICS PRODUCTIONS. They took their short film Four Minutes Till The End to the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year. They’ve also been showing the longer format Doctor “S” Battles the Sex Crazed Reefer Zombies. Sounds like somebody just mashed up my Netflicks queue!
We’ll have more info [Read it all...]
FRET was Comedia A Go-Go’s entry into the Bloodshots 2008 Filmmaking Frenzy competition. It didn’t win, but that goes to show the quality of the other entries because this movie is a nearly perfect little morsel!
That’s our good friend Brant Bumpers (from The Darkness) in the starring roll and, wait, is that some [Read it all...]
Now presenting yet another classic of San Antonio Science Fiction Cinema. This time it’s the featurette “Mars Needs Bibles” by my good friend Pete “Mistah Pete” Barnstrom.
Mars Needs Bibles
This video has been shown at numerous film festivals from Seattle to Costa Rica. It was directed by Mistah Pete and written by him [Read it all...]
This classic of San Antonio cinema takes you back to the simpler age of the nuclear family.
What To Do In A Zombie Attack
Created by San Antonio’s Lone Bannana Productions (that’s not my poor spelling, the extra “n” stands for “Nifty”!), written by Paul Scofield and directed by Joey Carrillo this 1950s educational [Read it all...]