(2010) 9min. 29 sec.
(2010) 9min. 29 sec.
A truly hysterical love-hate letter to that unfortunately dying breed: the Friendly Neighborhood Record Store. Kudos to Data Too Short and Streetlight Records (I love Streetlight!) for showing how it really is working it in music retail.
(2010) 13 min.
This is an incredible music video that I was so happy to be a part of. It features, aside from a great song by Silencefiction and Fauxnique, some of the illustrious drag personas of San Francisco. I’m very proud to be a part of this Gaggle of Queens. Aside from being a “who’s who” tutorial, “Lipstique” is also a easy-to-follow educational video about how to properly look like a real woman. Learn!
(2009) 4 min. 33 sec.
A video store clerk who’s still a nerd even after killing himself continues to pine for the goth girl who ignored him, even when he was not rotting. Yes it’s true… zombies need love too. Undead and a geek! Now that’s my kind of boy.
(2003) 13 min. 46 sec.
(2006) 1 min. 26 sec.
(2006) 1 min. 12 sec.
(2007) 4 min. 44 sec.
The perfect blending of sound and image. Jill Tracy’s voice is sublime, as is this video, which tells the story of a love scorned, and the revenge that is served cold, deadly cold. Constructed with animation (both 2D and 3D), still photos and hand-drawn images, this film is truly brilliant. Make sure to check out Jill Tracy’s other music, at www.myspace.com/jilltracymusic.
(2007) 5 min. 29 sec.
Now here’s an action hero I could get behind! I always knew Kool-Aid was good for you, (after all that’s what TV told me), but who knew it could help fight evil drug lords? It’s also good to know he’s still got a career after all these years. One of the best comebacks in recent memory.
(2003) 3min. 18 sec.
A truly nightmarish glimpse into the world of ‘gay conformity’. Also, the best use of “Rosemary’s Baby” sampling I’ve ever seen. This comes from the mind of someone who’s been there and lived through it. Very scary indeed, and very, very funny.
(2006) 9 min. 46 sec.
Take a peek inside the main office over at Peaches Christ Productions. This short film stars all your favorites, including Martiny, Lady Bear, and L. Ron Hubby.
Ever wonder about how Peaches’ wigs are made? Or how she’s always able to keep up with the demand for her fabulous merchandise? What about this constant touring and relentless appearance calendar? How does she keep at it? Just who or what is behind the satanic machinery that is Peaches Christ Productions? What keeps it going? All these questions and more are answered in Children of the Popcorn. Watch, and become one of us!Read More...