Z Is for Xanax (2007)


8,190 views 'Z is for Xanax' follows one man's violent and desperate odyssey as he struggles with drug addiction, an evil veterinarian bent on his destruction and poor spelling. Stanley, a survivor of a global catastrophe, feels like he's been living the same day for the past 19 years. His girlfriend is mad at him, his best friend is obsessed with digging for pirate treasure in the basement, and his dog has overdosed on circus peanuts. He's living a nightmare - a silly, sad, pathetic nightmare that culminates in a blinding revelation. Sound familiar? This isn't Déjà vu, its complete plagiarism.

Zefirino: The Voice of a Castrato (2007)


7,780 views A celebration on the art of a castrato singer named Zefirino an imaginary character written and performed by Anthony Roth Costanzo which takes him on a spiritual journey from Princeton University's Richardson Auditorium to Naples, Rome and Venice.

ZombieWestern: It Came from the West (2007)


11,810 views Virgil lives alone with his bully father and a mute bartender and he is being mocked by the two tough cowboys Eddie and Hank. Because of The Dark Butcher who has been terrorizing the local Indian tribe, the Indians see no other way, than bringing the dead to live by performing The Forbidden Rituals. When the Zombies suddenly attack the saloon, action begins and true characters are brought to daylight. And who is The Dark Butcher?

Your Friend the Rat (2007)

19,010 views A forthright Remy and his reluctant brother Emile speak out for oppressed rats everywhere. Remy rolls film explaining that rats see themselves as on a par with men, who, instead, make war on rats. Remy gives a history lesson: heroism in India, black rat migration from the Middle East to Europe during the Crusades, the Black Death of 1347 to 1352, and Remy's contention that the flea was the villain. Enter the brown or Norway rat - from China. Both travel on ships around the world, with the larger brown pushing out the smaller black, and both live symbiotically with man. Then, Emile explains what's cool about rats. Trade phobia, Remy tells humans, for utopia. Any chance of that?

Welcome to Happyland (2007)


6,280 views Welcome to Happyland is a strange, comic short film that depicts a near-future where the porcine mascot of a Euro-Disney-style theme park is kidnapped at gun-point by a disaffected, French self-styled?artiste?. It was written and directed by Emily Maclean, shot by Darrett Sanders and features the work of actors Christina Nefaris and William Salyers.

World Builder (2007)

10,570 views A strange man builds a holographic world for the woman he loves.

Working It Out (2007)


15,960 views Peter and Marcus, like any good couple, do everything together, including going to the gym... so where exactly does gym bunny Jeremy fit in? Working it out may not be that easy.

Weg (2007)

6,320 views A young woman traveling alone on the road, after an undesired encounter with some rowdy young men and the influence of the dark lonely surroundings of night, finds herself fighting for her life against a stranger on the road with questionable intentions

Validation (2007)

7,090 views A fable about a parking attendant who gives his customers REAL validation -- dispensing both free parking and free compliments.

The Kegger (2007)


5,420 views College buddies Eric and Richard are dumped by their girlfriends on the same day and decide to go to a kegger party to drink away their sorrows. Richard poses the challenge that not only do they beat the lame frat guys at a game of beer pong, but also see who can 'score' with as many girls as possible all in one night.... Their game has consequences no one can imagine.

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