"Beer and Art" is a dark comedy about how an intimate get-together between two new friends sets the stage for betrayel.
Sylvia, a poet, devastated by the rejections of her work (especially by her writing teacher) is wary about sharing her poetry with her co-worker, Arlene, who seems benevolent about offering her critique. Sylvia, however, is essentially unaware of Arlene's self-serving, manipulative intentions.
"Cave People" is a dark comedy about witchcraft, depression, and the sexual sibling rivalry between a gay man and his white trash sister.
Family jealousy reaches twisted new heights as mentally-unstable brother and exhibitionistic sister engage in a perverse competition. Add to this stew, a neighbor (whose a witch on disability) and you have a campy exercise in dysfunction.
"BEER AND ART":
"I loved this film ... totally wacky and entertaining." - Undergroundfilm.org
"Great acting, great dialogue." - Internet Video Magazine
"Fascinating ... 'Carrie' meets 'Heathers' via 'After Hours'." - Filmson
"Great fun." - Film Threat
"A weird, but demented good film." - Cultcuts
"James Mirarchi has improved greatly."
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