No idea is too ridiculous when the guys at Gnar Tapes need to make $3,000 in three days or else face eviction.
Every shot is connected by motion, color or theme. Can you catch em' all?
"Masterfully directed by Portland’s Nesto ... a gamut of emotional and visual themes, juxtaposing jarring jump-cuts with nostalgia-tinted found footage." — ELEVEN PDX
The Dwarves take no prisoners on this demon hell ride.
"Grindhouse satanic cinema and the eye-gouging artistry of beloved director Lucio Fulci (ZOMBI, THE BEYOND)… who would probably adore all the graphic eyeball violations depicted onscreen in squishy detail." — BLUMHOUSE.COM
A 12 song sampler of The Memories double LP on Burger Records, shot in one continuous five minute take.
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OFFICIAL SELECTION: 35th ANNUAL REEL MUSIC FESTIVAL, 2018
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An untested machine powerful enough to alter the fate of mankind and two scientists desperate enough to turn it on ...
41st ANNUAL PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, 2018
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A band agrees to do drugs with weird, older men in their apartment — hijinks ensue.
"Crucial moment: One member of the band wakes up to find his face being eaten by a guy dressed like Colonel Sanders." — WILLAMETTE WEEKLY
OFFICIAL SELECTION: 34th ANNUAL REEL MUSIC FESTIVAL, 2017
Man gets terminated after 20 years on the job. But the mounting dread suggests something more sinister might be afoot.
"Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom meets Office Space meets Rosemary’s Baby." — BILLBOARD
A man and his imaginary blanket try to escape a mental hospital, a world filled with horrors real and imagined.
INDIAN WORLD FILM FESTIVAL, 2017
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Ural Thomas & The Pain deliver something much needed in 2017 ... a new, soulful Christmas song worth playing.
"Legendary soul singer and his fabulous backing band dance their way through a wild house party." — PORTLAND MERCURY
"Ural Thomas & the Pain bring the party home" — DIY MUSICIAN