Friday, February 01, 2013

'GETEVEN' w/ DIRECTOR & STAR IN PERSON!

If the Gods Of Holyfuckingshit! were to descend from the heavens and give us their golden nectar, Geteven would be served in a golden funnel — and you would chug the shit out of it. In 1993, trial lawyer John De Hart traded his suit and tie for a pair of sweatpants and a machine gun, as he wrote, directed, produced, and starred in this unbelievable piece of work. De Hart plays Rick, a cool cop who likes his shirts tucked in and his women turned loose. After Rick and his partner (Wings Hauser!) are betrayed by the maniacal Normad (William Smith!), we go on a rollercoaster ride of unfiltered insanity: drug deals, gunfights, Shakespeare quoting, Huckleberry Finn-inspired cults, Satanism, soapy baths, baby sacrificing and more! We could go on and on about everything we just wrote, but that would spoil the surprise — the surprise being this entire fucking movie. Fans of Wings Hauser will be blown away by his ability to appear to be on both coke and ‘ludes at the same time. And we GUARANTEE you will want “The Shimmy Slide” to be the song played at your funeral. Geteven is a gift straight from the heavens. Bow before it.
Check out the trailer for 'GETEVEN!'  And get your tickets HERE!
VIDEO NIGHTS: Get Even (trailer) from Cinefamily on Vimeo.

6 comments :

Bill Bates said...

Amazing

Anonymous said...

Hot
Damn

Anonymous said...

Having finally watched The Room, there's a depressing similarity to these: middle-aged man who mistakenly believes he's talented and has the resources to inflict it on everyone else. Not so different from most business and politics, come to think of it.

Anonymous said...

He sings! He acts! He loves! He will get YOU the justice you deserve!

This is like the Special Olympics version of a Steven Seagal film.

--Sgt. McKinley, Royal Anon's...

Ravenhallow said...

Has anybody seen my jaw? I seem to have dropped it.

Daniel said...

How does one acquire a mystical nugget of gold like this? I need this movie. It needs to be in my life.