Archive for March, 2008
That’s right folks, the brand spanking new episode of APESH!T is LIVE. The episode is called “Butter Face.”
In the tradition of the great American road movie, Butter Face takes you on an epic journey of discovery. That is, if you think a monkey, a rabbit and two humans shooting the bull as they tear ass across the American southwest in a kick ass ’71 Superbird is classic Americana … oh yeah, add a butter face, a Cleveland steamer, a Uranus flytrap and a dash of sexual confusion. Go America !
So swing by the site and watch it:
AND the “Pecker-pine” episode is in the works!
CrashToons in the works.
Speaking of animated kick-assery, we’re having so much fun with the animation thingy around here, that we’re planning on launching a few more lil ‘toons. The CrashToons banner will host a series of super-short animated clips, including the random samplings of various whatnot that will boast the awesome name “CrashToons presents,” and the new episodic adventures of our surly platypus friend/fiend P.Rex.
Word is these little nuggets will make fly in April. So go hold your breath! Or better yet, squat down and breathe heavily for about a minute, then stand up real fast and hold your breath while a friend bear-hugs you and you pass out! We used to call that move “The Elevator” back in the playground days… way better than merely holding your breath.
More info soon.
Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz in Austin, Texas
Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 10 pm
Wednesday, April 2, 2008 at 10pm
Tuesday, April 8, 2008 at 7pm
320 East 6th Street
Austin , TX
**director Bob Ray and producer Werner Campbell in attendance for post screening Q&A
Phoenix Film Festival
Friday, April 4, 2008 at 7 pm
Saturday, April 5, 2008 at 12 noon
Sunday, April 6, 2008 at 9:10 am
Harkins Scottsdale/101 Theatre
7000 E Mayo Blvd
Phoenix , AZ 85054
**director Bob Ray in attendance for post screening Q&A
Also, on Sunday, April 6 at 4:00p, catch Bob Ray on the
“Behind the Scenes with Festival Filmmakers” panel:
moderator Chris LaMont of the Phoenix Film Foundation
“You’ve seen their films on the big screen. Now’s your chance to join in on an entertaining discussion with our festival filmmakers. Delve into the behind-the-scenes stories that add new dimension to the films that have grace our screens. Participate in a Q&A discussion about launching your own film project.”
Panelists include: Javier Colon (De Pura Cepa), Bob Ray (Hell On Wheels), Roger Grossman (What We Do Is Secret), Brandon Beckner (Remarkable Power), Scott Sampila (Remarkable Power), Cristobal Martinez (DNN: Dead News Network) and Bivas Biswas (MissMatched).
Montreal screening at
The Beast of the East Roller Derby Tournament!
Friday, April 18 @ 10:00 pm
Kicking off the Beast of the East tournament
Registration party, and “Hell on Wheels” screening, movie starts 10pm.
Les Saints @ the Beast of the East registration party!
30 Ste-Catherine Ouest
Eastern Canada Roller Derby tournament hosted by Montreal Roller Derby
St. Louis screening at
Webster Film Series
Friday, May 16 through Sunday, May 18 @ 8:00 pm
Webster University Film Series
470 East Lockwood
St Louis, MO 63119
more screenings just announced on the Hell on Wheels page.
A HUGE thanks to the awesome Gotham Girls Roller Derby and to the Brooklyn Academy of Music! Our screening on Wednesday night was SOLD OUT! It was an amazing screening with a great Q&A and a sweet free-booze after party. We had a fantastic time and just wanna thank all those that came out to catch the flick and swap derby stories with us. We LOVE NY!
“Hell on Wheels” booking update
We’ve been collecting info on leagues and cities that want to help us book screenings. We’re getting loads of requests and in about a week, we will start contacting everyone and scheduling some screenings. So if you’ve sent an email, we have it and will be in touch soon. Thanks for your patience.
If you haven’t contacted us and you do wasn’t us to screen in your town, please drop a line to: email@example.com