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In the Church of Peaches Christ

Posted in GETV Episode by ekai on the October 7th, 2008

For the 11th year in a row, San Francisco film geeks came to worship at the Church of Peaches Christ this past summer of 2008. In case you are one of the uninitiated and unbaptized, the annual two-month-long event known as Midnight Mass is much more than a midnight movie. Irina sat down with the film freak phenom founder and creator, Peaches Christ aka Joshua Grannell, and got down to the nitty gritty details of how a humble (well, maybe not so humble) film student turned into a cult movie diva 2.0, became friends with John Waters, got her own VH1 show, started a religious movement, an SF film festival and got the man behind “Jaw Breaker” to produce her own feature film — titled “All About Evil” due out end of 2009 — and in general, spewed all kinds of fabulosity into the world of film geeks worldwide. Oh, and single-handedly created the status of “Showgirls” as a cult classic. Guests at Midnight Mass have included at least one person you and Rosie Palmer fantasized about during the early days of late night television. (Special shooting & post production thanks to Karim Amira)

Episode links: Peaches Christ

Young and Visible Revving Their Engines

Posted in GETV Episode by ekai on the September 29th, 2006

Seriously, these guys are like a set of triplets connected at the brain cuz when we asked them a question, all three would answer in parts that spewed out like one coherent response. The “them” is Invisible Engine, a brilliant online film production crew comprised of Sean Bury, Chris Cantwell and Matt Wyatt and these very young men like to make shorts — funny shorts, shorts about genitalia, just plain short shorts, you get the picture. Watch us separate these siamese triplets and make them bleed.

Episode links: Invisible Engine Films, The Prototype, Dicks Out Tuxedos, Forbidden Fruit