Collecting Rooftops, shot on location in Albuquerque's now defunct historic Lobo Theater, is a comedy about three college roommates living in the University of New Mexico's infamous Student Ghetto. More than that, it’s about their tribulations in dealing with squalid living conditions, crummy student jobs, and horrifying emotionally scarring relationships with members of the fairer sex. It also serves as a sort of epitaph for the quickly dying single screen movie house. All this, fifty demolished computer monitors, a swash buckling laser sword fight, a special appearance by Godzilla & the art of Zen Projection make this the indie comedy not to miss.
$15.00 (plus shipping & handling)
Necroville is the second feature length motion picture from C.R. Productions. It is the story of a town in New Mexico inexpicably overrun with horrors of the night. But despite the pervasive infestation of Vampires, Werewolves, Zombies, Chupacabra and others, life goes on. Necroville is not a story about the fall of civilization or even a post apocalyptic society, rather, a comedy that takes it a look at how even the worst of horrors can be an everyday commonplace nuisance.
Shot entirely on location in and around Albuquerque, New Mexico, this epic slacker-horror comedy took roughly seventeen days to complete production mid April 2005. Indie film veteran Richard Griffin (Director of Feeding The Masses, Raving Maniacs and the upcoming Seepage) teamed up with Billy Garberina (Co-Director of Collecting Rooftops) to co-direct Necroville. Newcomer Adam Jarmon Brown and Billy Garberina throw down to co-write and co-star with all horror SFX created by the legendary Scott Phillips (Director of The Stink Of Flesh)
$19.95 (plus shipping & handling)