How to Start a Religion (With Friends)
Rock Hard with the Clown
The Next Town Over
Susan's Senior Moments Ep 103 (Playtime, Part 1)
Mrs. Carmody & Mrs. Jellineck: No Fugu for Yugu
The setting: Baroness Ipswich's Country House
The action: Murder.
Another murder has darkened the already damp London countryside!
Mrs. Carmody, an Irish lady detective & Mrs. Jellineck, ventriloquist dummy detective, are the most famous crime- solving duo in London!
Join the lady detectives, Jo the Cook, Baroness Ipswich, Hypnotist Dr. Kerns Eyesop, his assistant Miss Pennigree, for a feast that’s sure to bring heartburn and see
... WHO DUNNIT?!
Let's be About it!
My Pet Poley
THE BRIDE'S SIDE
My Life as a Celebrity Look-A-Like
The Land Whale Murders
Thomas J. Crankler: The Father of Modern Masturbation
As he tries desperately to convince himself that his stomach issues are just gas, deep down he knows that with every twist, squirm and squelch that his problems stem from one source: THE WUURM.
Somewhere, somehow, poor Barry has picked up a narcissistic, sentient parasite whose only goal is to gaslight Barry, and spend the rest of its life tormenting him from within.
As the WUURM’s voice grows louder in Barry’s head, the more persuasive his words become. With Barry's past week of toilet breaks told in a slew of short, comedic flashback sequences, all that’s left for him to do is expel the parasite and engage in a fast-paced, battle to the death!
What Can I Get Started For You Podcast
MortonPiece Theater Presents: Billy Goats Gruff
See how a family of three young goats battle the bloodthirst troll whose only joy in life comes from mastication. The goats use cunning, subterfuge, and a dollop of muscle to escape his clutches and deliver the troll his just desserts.
Maria's divorce lawyer told Lee that if he wants to get out of jail for domestic violence, he would have to sign a divorce agreement with Maria. And he must relinquish ownership of the gas station. Lee signs the divorce papers and gives up the gas station. He asks to leave only six tickets to mark his six-year marriage to Maria. Lee scratches five tickets in front of Maria. None of them win. He walks away with the last one. Soon after Lee left the gas station, the station employee Cole, Lee's good friend, is fired by Maria. Cole's theft of tickets at work is captured on a camera Maria has hidden on the shelf.
Lee, depress, goes to a familiar bar for a drink to anesthetize his feelings for Maria. However, the bartender at the bar, disgusts by his domestic violence, treats him badly. When he asks the bar to continue to pour him a drink, he learns that Maria has taken his savings from the bar. Infuriated by Maria's callous behavior, Lee throws out the wedding photo he keeps in his wallet. Lee stumbles upon the last ticket left that morning, and since he is ready to give up on his cruel ex-wife, he does not hesitate to scratch the last ticket. To his surprise, the ticket is a real winner. Lee is struck with the idea of robbing his gas station. Meanwhile, Cole, who is also depressed because of being fired, is discussing the reason for his dismissal with his friend C.J., who points out that the gas station has a very high winning rate, and they only need enough lottery tickets to be sure to win the lottery, which is also the best revenge for Maria.
Because they don't know that the other has the same plans as they do. Lee arrives at the gas station wearing a helmet and is knocked unconscious by Cole and C.J. After Lee wakes up, the three realize that they are all planning to do the same thing, so they start scraping lottery tickets at the gas station. However, when the day began to break, the three men still get nothing. Lee, Cole, and C.J. took all the tickets away in case Maria found them when she came to the gas station in the morning. But in a hurry, they left some tickets behind. After the three men fled to Alabama, they scratch all the remaining tickets but didn't get any money.
Three men walk down the streets of Alabama in despair, afraid that the police will find out what they have done. Just as C.J. was trying to buy a snack at a roadside convenience store because he was hungry, they accidentally learn that a drunk old man had walked into the gas station after they had left. The drunk old man scratches off the part of the ticket they had left at the gas station and drew a $2 million ticket. But he was too excited to celebrate at the gas station and the drunk old man was caught red-handed by the police. In the end, they have nothing gained and nothing lost.
A House Divided
Battle of The Bums
The Pardoner's Sale
It's Daisy May
“It’s Daisy May” is a 10-episode web series about Daisy May, a girl from the American south who loves talking, making people smile, and singing country music. Daisy is tired of Mama and her life in the trailer park and wants more, so off she goes to the local trash yard, finds a ukulele, starts plucking, and introduces herself to the wide, wide world of the web.
With the help from Donna’s phone (Donna is the best) Daisy imparts all the wisdom she’s learned along the way whilst singing her heart out in the process (music really does soothe the soul).
“It’s Daisy May” mixes the genres of stand-up comedy, musical theatre, and cabaret. And, some might say it’s like a good ole’ fashioned hoe down. Either way, join us. Daisy can’t wait to meet you!
RE-OPENING: A Lockdown Mockumentary
We Need Rent Money
Life is a party for three college kids: Larry, Fred, and Sanders until they flunk out of school and lose their financial aid. Now they have seven days to make $3,000 or get evicted. Fred vouches for Larry and gets him hired as an insurance salesman. Larry gets them both fired for taking their sales pitch over the top. Sanders goes to work for his father becoming Lil Sandpaper the rapper. After Sanders is assaulted at a concert, he discards his rapper persona and severs ties with his parents.
With no legitimate means of income, the dudes turn to desperate measures. Larry and Fred decide to sell weed for Fred’s drug dealer, White Wally. While Sanders decides to scam people over the phone with his girlfriend. Fred and Larry fail as dealers. Accidentally, they try to sell it to an undercover cop. Their failure draws suspicion from law enforcement. Later, Fred notices Sanders mid-scam; he tells Sanders to take the scheme elsewhere and Sanders rents out a storage unit with his girlfriend for their shady enterprise.
Fred and Larry decide to make pot brownies. Some of the brownies get eaten by their landlord Bill. Now Fred and Larry are in debt to their drug dealer and still behind on rent, causing them to dig themselves deeper into the hole by selling Molly for Wally. However, instead of making a profit, their landlord steals it. This theft causes their drug dealers to move into their apartments.
During a welcoming party for their new housemates, the dudes get an ultimatum from the drug dealers, “You guys must pay back or we are going to kill you.” After Sanders has an argument with his girlfriend, she quits the scams. So Sanders hires student scammers, but when Sanders finds out he's being investigated by the FBI, he ends the scam.
The cops believe Larry and Fred are the head of a major drug operation. The FBI is conducting surveillance on Sanders. Sanders lets Larry know he needs to get his laptop back due to some sensitive information on it, Larry tells him, “Sorry buddy, dealers are holding it as collateral.” Larry tries to get the laptop from them and he is beaten up. With their lives on the line, Fred sells one of his testicles. Larry sells a kidney and Sanders even gets waterboarded for a government experiment.
Still short of their monetary goal, the dudes come up with a plan to have one last party. The dudes want to go out with a bang. They invite all their enemies. This leads to a Mexican stand-off with the frat-boy, the cops, the FBI, and the drug dealers. The frat boys and the drug dealers are arrested. The dudes are evicted from their apartment. Sanders sends them a present of some of the dealer’s drugs. They sell the dope and part ways.
Five years later, the dudes are now men. They meet at a club to catch up on how their lives are going. Larry is a successful businessman, Fred is a family man and Sanders manages artists. Though they’re grown up, they still want to live in the past, so they smoke a joint outside the club. Their old landlord attempts to steal a joint from Sanders. The dudes, still upset that the landlord stole their drugs, beat him up.
As the movie ends, we see the surprise twist, the Dude’s girlfriends had taken their money and our protagonists never had a clue.
Starring Jon McKoy from the indie horror hit, Easter Sunday and featuring music from independent artists such as Skatune Network, Station, and The Jasons.
“Does manage to Entertain…Ticks all the B-Movie boxes!” - Screen Critix
“Those who enjoy movies like Peter Jackson's Bad Taste or Braindead should give this one a go.” - Uk Film Review
To Fondle Nothing
SK Morton - How I Met Your Sista
Survivor Schmuck - Surviving Chifrus
That's Just My Baby Daddy
Dog Moms is a Real Housewives parody, meets female-driven stoner comedy, meets a political revolution by 5 adorable talking dogs! This unique blending of genres and subject matters gives this series many layers-- ranging from deep philosophical questions to absurd silliness. It's a p'awesome tail about changing your mind and true friendship!
The Campaign: Ep 2: A Day of Yor
Ingeniuses Episode 3: Real Estate
The Soul Graffiti
It will take Ben, Niki, overworked part-timer Madison, night jock J-Dub, Randy “The Cowboy” and a host of others to make a last ditch effort to keep “101 The Jam” on the air. Along the way, Ben and Niki learn a lot about what they are truly capable of and begin changing how they view the world and their places in it.
Together, with the help of modern technology and an entire community hell-bent to #SaveTheJam, everyone finds the true meaning of “soul graffiti.”
Strut That Ass!
Sarah’s Lemonade Stand
ChesterG Clean Comedy
In this set from May 2022 Louisville Laughs, ChesterG serves up a hilarious helping of mega church chicken, doctor visits, and a suspicious weather forecast you won't soon forget.
ChesterG has appeared on Roku Creative Motion Network, in indie film, and a variety of cable networks usually in tiny speaking roles and other meaningless feature spots.
Upon entering the Celebration of Life, Cal is greeted by Marjorie and her nerdy niece, a 20-something young woman with high pigtails, clad in a baby doll dress and a headband with an enormous plush fish. She attempts to welcome Cal by placing an identical fish headband on his head, as he fights her off. Photos of Marjorie and Kevin in Japan, Italy, and Egypt adorn the home as we learn that Kevin was actually a goldfish and Marjorie’s beloved travel companion. In his quest for Jewish deli food, Cal witnesses one ludicrous conversation after another by Marjorie's equally anomalous friends and relatives.
With cocktail in hand, Cal takes refuge outside on Marjorie's porch. Relaxing on a lounge chair, he soon falls asleep. A sexy and alluring young woman in a yellow mermaid-style dress appears out of nowhere, presumably a party guest. She introduces herself as Devin and invites Cal to escape this nonsensical party and join her for a drink at The Castle Bar. Overjoyed, he awaits her return as she goes inside to retrieve her handbag. Suddenly, Cal's daughter, Kelly, is waking him up as the party is now over. Cal explains to a snickering Kelly that he cannot leave as he has a date with Devin at The Castle Bar. His prospective “dream” date is soon shattered as he is coerced to leave with Kelly. The porch is empty when a disappointed Devin returns looking for Cal.
Pest, Present & Future
The 20-Year-Old Virgin
Born Better: President Faulk
Shoutout Walkways (A Genius Parody)
The Big Kahuna
Crazy Tango - from the musical "This is Love"-
The scene is at “EVAZ”, a show club run by Eva, a childhood friend of Shiny, a strict architect.
Aroma and Steve are enjoying the show and drinks, waiting for Shiny arrival.
Steve is a friend of Shiny and works for an architectural firm that Shiny has started.
They met when Shiny recently won a business competition for architectural design and Aroma was hired as the product designer for the management side.
Enjoy this night of funny shocks.
"Crazy Tango" is a musical number from the musical ”This is Love”
Music, lyrics and arrangement by AKISAI
Performed by Aroma and Steve
Aroma and Steve's performance by AKISAI
The music video "Crazy Tango" was directed, screenplay written, produced, edited, and performed entirely by AKISAI.
One-man-crew short film musical I shot in my apartment with a $350 budget. Developed in Sundance Collab’s Directing: Core Elements course, allowed for festivals submissions.
Garbage People: Go to Hell + RAGE CAGE!
Go to Hell
Trash residents Patches and Peel are sent to "hell" for their misdeeds.
Cage fight extravaganza 'RAGE CAGE' comes to the Trash Romanesque Colosseum, but Patches and Peel are low on funds so they resort to snagging a couple of scalped knockoffs. Peel explores his vigilante alter ego.
Don't miss the Garbage People in-episode 'ad' for FLUFFY: The Movie.
Garbage People is an adult animated series created by Brit Tobin. The series follows a jaded plush bunny, Patches, and a savage banana peel (Peel) through their madcap adventures in the dumpster town of Trash.
Pussie Control: The Story of Davion Pussie
More Adventures Wit Bubba: Fish'n Edition
Running Time: 8:42
Fifteen years ago, The Minor Prophets and I convened to film our first collaboration, 4th and 99. It marked the beginning of a long and storied creative relationship. Today I’m proud to share our eighth effort, Awkward Endeavors.
This short is based on a scene from a feature screenplay written by David Amadio, Gil Damon and Steve Kuzmick. Our original intent was to shoot the full-length film this past year, in and around our Delco roots, however the pandemic halted those plans. We opted for the next best thing and selected a sequence that showcased these lonely male leads and the bizarre relationships between them.
A few special shout-outs – To Kathleen Kozak, for bringing the heart, soul and music to this project. To Nicole Py for joining the shoot after a last minute invitation, ensuring everyone looked fabulous. To Holly Kempf for her AMAZING poster design. And to Leah Gallo, for her patience through piano rehearsals with Des, filming in our home over the July 4th weekend, MULTIPLE viewings while in post-production and for your wonderful behind the scenes photography during the shoot (I’ll be posting photos in the coming days).
The Minor Prophets and I are still eager to film the feature version of Awkward Endeavors, but until that day, I hope you enjoy this deep dish slice.
Directed by DEREK FREY
Written by THE MINOR PROPHETS
Starring GIL DAMON, KATHLEEN KOZAK, STEVE KUZMICK, DAVID AMADIO, DESMOND FREY
Cinematography by DEREK FREY
Edited by DEREK FREY
Makeup by NICOLE PY
Still Photography by LEAH GALLO
“OUR SONG” Composed and Performed by KATHLEEN KOZAK
“RONDO CAPRICCIOSO Op. 14”
Composed by FELIX MENDELSSOHN
Performed by RANDY CHICK
Joe & Marlana Gallo
Holly Kempf Keller