A diffident young man decides it's time to take charge of his life and eliminate the rottenness that opresses him and his desires.
Easily create your own ringtones for any Bluetooth enabled phone (this is pretty much a standard feature with modern phones). Requires only a few free programs and a Bluetooth USB adapter which can be purchased on eBay for around $5. Takes no time at all once you learn how to do it correctly. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment and I'll respond ASAP. Enjoy!
Simple guerrilla filmmaking tutorial on how to design your own barn doors. A great addition to any low-budget filmmaker's lighting kit.
Dean Stockwell gives an unsettling and show stopping performance, lip-syncing to Roy Orbison's haunting "In Dreams" with a worklight posing as a microphone. A scene from David Lynch's surreal masterpiece "Blue Velvet."
Official movie trailer for David Lynch's undisputed masterpiece, "Eraserhead," an essential viewing for all interested in the art of filmmaking.
97% Improv: 100% Stupidity. An absurd show about nothing in particular. Greg flies down to Orlando, Florida from Juneau, Alaska to participate in a local Guitar Hero Competition. Features music by The DC World Famous Band, The Bez-Campbell Trio, and Ross Goodman, each with permission of their respective owners.
An unfortunate victim is brutally murdered by a guitar controller after insulting the popular video game franchise "Guitar Hero." Features "This is America... Let's Sue!" by The Hoodlums.
A drunken banana gets jiggy with a girl at a party. "Drunk Banana Sex" is an outtake from a music video shoot where alcohol got the best of one of the participants.
One of Spinal Tap's most famous and hilarious scenes. England's notorious "Spinal Tap" run into some difficulties when lead guitarist Nigel confuses inches with feet. The mini Stonehenge is said to be a parody of one of Black Sabbath's tour in which they used a Stonehenge model so large, that the band members had hardly any space to move.
The full music video for Spinal Tap's hilarious "Gimme Some Money." This song provides a glimpse of the old "clean-cut" Spinal Tap before their rock 'n roll metamorphosis. Pay particular attention to the drummer, who delivers what is quite possibly the goofiest and most overlooked performance in the movie. This is the full version of the video that was cut and processed in black-and-white for the feature film, "This is Spinal Tap."
The hip new way to dance. Originally conceived as an intro for a high-school television network. Makes use of some stop motion animation and masking.
Create your own "Sin City" effect by isolating select colors against a black & white picture. This tutorial uses Vegas, but everything that's used transposes fine into other editing systems (it just may take some time to figure out). Make use of the pause button if this tutorial moves too fast for you. Enjoy!
A skater takes a hard fall after a faulty landing.
An experimental film that explores the concept of artistic expression. Please rate high and nominate for "Director's Cut" if you like it.
A montage of stock footage depicting acts of war & destruction and their impact on society. Edited by Ross Goodman.
A shockingly overlooked mistake (I've hardly heard anyone mention it) in which a crew member's hand is briefly visible in front of the camera.
Note that this movie is public domain and can be downloaded legally and used freely (in fully DVD quality) at:
If you haven't seen the movie, download it and watch it right now!