The Best Of The 2010 L.A. Comedy Shorts
Offensive, Edgy, Provocative, Hysterical, Off The Wall….you name it. Here’s the best
of the 2010 L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival. The Best Of 2009 left last month’s
audience members breathless… speechless. Come see what short film comedy is all
about on the other coast. Be prepared to fall off the edge of you seat! WARNING,
LAUGHTER MAY CAUSE BRIEF MOMENTS OF LIGHT HEADEDNESS AND BELLY
The Action Hero's Guide To Saving Lives - Dir: Justin Lutsky
When lives are on the line... When there's danger at every turn... When clichés run amuck...Sometimes the best thing to do is call Mulligan! Ace Mulligan! Starring Patrick
Warburton, “The Action Hero’s Guide To Saving Lives” is a laugh-out-loud actioncomedy that takes you behind the scenes of Ace Mulligan’s perilous and not-always successful mission to stop the bad guys, get the girl, and save the day. It’s not always easy being an action hero.
Traffic Signals - Dir: Lori Elberg -
A guide to road rage for the hearing-impaired.
Rimshot - Dir: Kirk Diedrich
Dr. Benson (Tony Rago), a frustrated psychologist and would-be comic discovers the answer to his dreams in Patient 13 (Kevin L. King), who has a very peculiar psychological problem.
Jones' Good Ass BBQ and Foot Massage - Dir: Pedro Castro
Meet Toby Jones. He offers the best barbecue and foot massage services on earth!
Bun in the Oven* - Director(s): Gary Anthony Williams, Laura Merians, Jeannie Roshar - Five pregnant hotties doing a little baby bump 'n grind. From the creators of the LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival.
Sex Ed - Dir: Ryan Gould
Finally, the TRUTH ABOUT SEX! 30-year-old virgin William Sheridan gets roped into teaching a high-school class the one subject he knows nothing about: Sex Ed. When all else fails, tell the truth...
Expiration - Dir: Mark Nickelsburg
A lonely man takes a huge risk when he drinks a glass of milk just seconds before the expiration date.
Blood from a Stone - Dir: Bill Palmer
Before Jason Bourne insisted that action cinema start taking itself seriously, there was a time when muscle-bound macho men would break arms, sever limbs and spit one-liners without ever hesitating to muse about rules, consequences or ethical behavior. That time was the 1980s. Those men had names like Arnold, Sly, Dolph and Chuck. PG-13 was not in their vocabulary. And you can bet your ass, it's not in Sean Sharpstone's either.
Dwight David Honeycutt for Conway School Board - Dir: Roland Honeycutt Jr. - A five-minute local political video goes awry when the reality of the man invades his public persona.
A Short Film - Dir: Rick Williamson - The epitome of a short western film; short actors, short horses and long credits.
It Ain't Easy - Dir: Ryan Coopersmith, Charles Muzard -
The ballad of a boy with a really, really, really....really big insecurity.
Dragon Slayerz! - Dir: Todd Strauss-Schulson
When Cougar Hunting gets old, it's time to go Dragon Slaying!