Acid-Tripping Housewife Can 'See All the Molecules'

Max Read · 01/16/11 08:44PM

As every college student knows, there is almost nothing funnier than watching a person try to narrate her acid trips. Especially when that person is a housewife in the year 1956. As she says, "I can see all the molecules!"

Knife Play for the Whole Family

Daniel Barnum-Swett · 04/28/10 10:45AM

The bond between mother and child is one of the most precious relationships possible. The more kids, the better: if mom accidentally murders one in a horrifically zany knife throwing act gone awry, there's always another to love/stab.

The Gays Are Everywhere

Daniel Barnum-Swett · 04/26/10 10:45AM

Boys, beware! The homosexual is among you, waiting to lure innocents back to his bungalow to initiate into his secret society of subversive sexuality. The perversion is invisible; anyone may be a hidden homo, as this relic PSA warns.

Saturday Shorts: Neighbours

Daniel Barnum-Swett · 04/24/10 02:00PM

Making metaphors on the futility of war through combined stop motion and live-action experimentation, two titular Neighbours fight to the death over the only thing they've ever had to share: the single flower that blooms between their identical homesteads.

Saturday Shorts: The Mechanics of Love

Daniel Barnum-Swett · 03/20/10 02:00PM

In a graphic depiction of one couple's lovemaking (that's graphic symbols, nothing nasty; get your mind out of the gutter!), suggestive images pair with metered dialogue to create a figuratively pornographic film poem that reveals the psychosexualization of everyday objects.