Lindsay Denniberg | US, 2012 | 90 min.
An eye-popping punk rock horror fantasy where we meet the immortal Louise and her beloved Charlie. Charlie was her paramour from the 1920s, whom she accidentally killed before realizing she is a descendant of Lilith, the mother of all demons! This race of women must feed on the souls of men once every full moon, or they will menstruate to death. Now a hundred years later, Charlie returns reincarnated, and Louise must struggle with staying away from the love of her life, or risk losing him again!
"Denniberg incorporates footage from various horror standbys (Nosferatu, Carnival Of Souls, Night Of The Living Dead) and pays copious tribute to silent goddess Louise Brooks (whose Diary Of A Lost Girl is referenced in the title). But as Denniberg has explained on a fund-raising website, her more proximate influences are the tongue-in-cheek dreamworlds of David Lynch, Guy Maddin, and David Cronenberg." -Chicago Reader
The Family Unit
directed by Blackmagic Rollercoaster | 3 min | 2011
Robo-mom provides for the family on this fair weather picnic outing.