My new full-length movie - "THAT'S JUST WRONG!" - is finished, and I've shown it in a few cities over the past few weeks, including Atlanta, Dallas, Houston and Tulsa. This is my first feature movie, after a couple of decades of making shorts. Herb Henderson, of Dept 13 Films (the company that's been releasing my short movies in DVD collections), co-produced the movie with me, handling the photography and editing. Ultimately, the overall look of "That's Just Wrong!" is somewhat slicker than my earlier work.
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From the press release:
That's Just Wrong! Starring - Joe Christ, Little Sebastien, Dolores French, Nancy A Collins Written and directed by Joe Christ Produced by Joe Christ and Herb Henderson Music by Joe Christ, Los Reactors, Gargantua, D'Hiver Mort, [zarbizarre]
“THAT’S JUST WRONG!” is a love story about a predatory stalker (JOE CHRIST) who moves into the suburban Atlanta townhouse of his victim (pinup model LITTLE SEBASTIEN), making himself totally at home. As things progress, the bizarre dynamic between the uninvited houseguest and his unwilling roommate swings back and forth, and things get kind of weird...no, make that really weird. Before long, a relationship develops between the pair that takes Stockholm syndrome to new and hilarious extremes. Horror author NANCY A COLLINS appears as an annoying door-to-door preacher, and world-renowned prostitute/author DOLORES FRENCH is seen as a sleazy bar-owner. One of the amusing special effects in “THAT’S JUST WRONG!” is the narrator: a bug-eyed, foul-mouthed, talking Boston Terrier (SCRAPPLE) who twitches and wise-cracks his way through the seventy-five minute flick.
You can order "That's Just Wrong!" on DVD, directly from me.
Just send $15 by way of PayPal to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The DVD contains the full-length movie; plus an optional track of commentary by myself and co-producer Herb Henderson; as well as two versions of the 30-second commercial spot that ran in NYC & LA earlier this year; plus trailers for my movies and other Dept 13 Films productions.
This $15 price is a $5 savings off of the standard retail price of the DVD, and won't last for long...