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Report Card (2008)

June 29, 2013

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Last year, Jason Eisener created a (very) short-film called REPORT CARD for Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas. The short film was created as an entry for the festival’s Filmmaker Frenzy contest, in which filmmakers have to create a 30 second film that says “Fantastic” at some point. Simple enough. Advertisements

Safe Haven [V/H/S 2 segment] (2013)

June 13, 2013

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A group of Indonesian filmmakers attempt to make a documentary about a mystical cult. Things suddenly start going downhill and become progressively more weird and bizarre.

L’araignéléphant (The Spider-Elephant) (1967) [French surrealism)

May 2, 2013

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A beautiful surreal short about a strange creature called the “Spider-Elephant”. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0863057/

Mant! Half Man, Half Ant, All Terror! (1993)

November 9, 2012

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Man gets bitten by atomic ant, man turns into raging man-ant beast…

Saw (2003) (original short film)

November 7, 2012

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A horror film from Australia, Saw is the short movie that spawned the extremely successful feature franchise.

Still Life (2005)

November 7, 2012

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In Still Life, a pill-popping driver takes is passing through a small Canadian town when he hits something: apparently a china mannequin. He goes for help but the town is populated by the lifeless mannequins – who only move when he is looking the other way.

The Old Crocodile (2005)

November 6, 2012

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The Old Crocodile is a darkly humorous piece that explores the psyche of an ancient crocodile that has lived since the Pharaohs and now is unable to catch its own fish. Therefore he helps himself to a tasty great grandson much to the chagrin of his family who ostracize him after a failed tasting session […]

The Number to Heaven (2009)

November 6, 2012

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I am presuming that Jason Eisener (Director of “The Teeth Beneath”, “Treevenge” & “Hobo with a Shotgun”) made this Fantastic Fest Bumper with some friends for the Fantastic Fest which was held in Austin Texas Sept 24-Oct 1, 2009 (He posted it on the web in 2009).