Mike Kuchar gave his classic Sins of the Fleshapoids such a strong visual style that it left an indelible impression on cinema history.
B.I.K.E. is an outsider look at the infamous Black Label Bike Club through Anthony Howard’s desperate attempts to join their organization.
Directed by Suki Hawley and shot by Michael Galinsky, Half-Cocked is the definitive early ’90s indie rock film.
Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea is a killer documentary narrated by John Waters that stars a collection of oddball characters.
August In The Empire State, directed by Gabriel Rhodes and Keefe Murren, follows two stories during the 2004 Republican National Convention.
Frankensteins Bloody Nightmare by John R. Hand is an experimental film disguised as a horror flick and has an utterly unsettling feel to it.
The most shocking thing about Christopher Folino’s comedy, Gamers is Finding out that there are people who still play Dungeons & Dragons.
Elevator Movie is a fantastically surreal film by Zeb Haradon about two strangers who get stuck in an elevator for years on end.
Waiting for NESARA is a mind-blowing documentary by Zeb Haradon about a sect of ex-Mormons who believe George W. Bush is an alien lizard.
Garrett Scott and Ian Olds get close with the soldiers in the 82nd Airborne in Occupation: Dreamland, a harrowing Iraq documentary.