God-the-father, a top floor junkie in a derelict building downtown. He awaits true love’s kiss. In his beard are spiders and pizza bits. Every 36 hours the building hops to an alternate dimension.
In one of the dimensions they dropped the bomb. God’s children stowaway and hop with him. They’re incestuous cage fighters who just wanna get home.
In one of the dimensions technology is really really advanced. God’s friends stowaway and hop with him. They’re tommy-gun toting baddies who look like Woody Harrelson.
In one of the dimensions everything’s underwater. Nobody can find God even though he’s just above them. The stairwell is sealed and the elevator busted.
Did you think, like me, that the Zero Day Fox logo was a parallel universe joke? A russian nesting doll? The movie-in-itself hailing from an alternate reality, one where 20th Century Fox doesn’t exist but is Zero Day Fox instead? Yeah, turns out it’s just a subsidiary.
D & W by: Cristopher Leone, More W: Laura Harkcom, P by: Bryce Fortner, E by: Ian Duncan & Thomas Verrette, M by: Corey Allen Jackson, w/Mark Hapka, Constance Wu, Jessica Rothe, Eric Jungmann, Davi Jay, Ian Casselberry, Yorgo Constantine, Michael Monks, etc…, 83 min, USA, 2015
Christian orphans ask Mickey Rooney for a bedtime commercial. Outer space angels of the Ursidae family keep tabs on sad earth kids. A magician is named after pasta. Eventually the bears face off against a dark carnival run by murderous toddler sociopaths. Some of the bears are bears and some of the bears are penguins, lions, raccoons, monkeys and pigs.
D by: Arna Selznick, W by: Pater Sauder, A by: Anne Marie Bardwell, Charlie Bonifacio, David Brewster, John Collins, etc… E by: Stephen Mitchell, Jim Erickson, Shelia Murray, Gordon Kidd, etc…, w/ Mickey Rooney, Jayne Eastwood, Cree Summer, Sunny Besen Thrasher, Bobby Dermer, Brian George, Janet-Laine Green etc…, 77 min, Canada, 1985
An uncomfortable, unrelenting movie about an uncomfortable, unrelenting man. Allie Fox just wants to bring the power of ice to the tropics, that and assert his dominance over everyone and everything. A lush, alien Belize stands in for a lush, alien Nicaragua. There’s not really a lot to recommend here, it sort of rings true and has a cool Swiss Family Robison vibe but it’s mostly just two hours of Harrison Ford being a big ol’ dick fart.
D by: Peter Weir, W by: Paul Schrader & Paul Theroux, P by: John Seale, E by: Thom Noble, M by: Maurice Jarre w/Harrison Ford, Helen Mirren, Conrad Roberts, River Phoenix, Martha Plimpton, Andre Gregory, Butterfly McQueen, Jason Alexander, etc…, 117 min, USA, 1986