With Trailer Town, Giuseppe Andrews has created another over-the-top obscene verbal assault from the degenerate residents of a wild trailer park.
South Korean exploitation film Teenage Hooker Became Killing Machine in DaeHakRoh by Nam Ki-Woong goes over the top and beyond with its gross gore effects.
The Atlas Moth is a sequel of sorts to the documentary Driver 23, both directed by Rolf Belgum. Both films are about forever aspiring hard-rock band Dark Horse.
Horns and Halos by filmmakers Suki Hawley and Michael Galinsky is the controversial documentary surrounding the George W. Bush biography Fortunate Son.
Cynthia Plaster Caster, the ultimate groupie who molds rock stars’ privates in plaster, is a delight to watch on-screen in the documentary named after her.
Back Against the Wall is an ambitious experimental underground film by filmmaker James Fotopoulos that questions the basest concepts of narrative structure.
Satan Was a Lady by underground film legend Doris Wishman is a sleazy ode to lurid 1950s pulp paperbacks about a very bad girl trying to go good.
Plaster Caster by Jessica Everleth was one of my least anticipated films of the festival, but this engaging documentary quickly became my most beloved.
Hey Happy! by Noam Gonick is a crazy post-apocalyptic queer love story about a mentally-deficient man fending off the advances of an evil hairdresser.
N.Y.H.C. by Frank Pavich is a very informative, and rockin’, look at the hardcore music scene in New York, featuring great interviews and band performances.