Oranges: Revenge of the Eggplant tells a tale of action, adventure, and most importantly revenge. After rescuing the president in Bananastan, Dr. Sunkyst decides to retire from an 80 year long career as an action scientist. However, Sunkyst is recruited to take over as the new college professor at the Orange university shortly after his retirement. Sunkyst befriends three students, Jessica - an intelligent stripper, Jerome - an angry apple who mistrusts oranges, and Erik - a dim witted frat guy who is easily bossed around. Sunkyst's presence at the school eventually causes numerous deaths and lots of action and adventure because we soon discover an evil force from his past is lurking on campus planning revenge.
Four misfits band together to save the world from an alien invasion. Schlock ensues.
An anthology collection of short films surrounding Rich Evans, thespian and philantropist.
Red Letter Media's entry to the 2009 48 Hour Film Project in Milwaukee. The story of a geologist, a disgruntled prospector, and a prostitute.
Space Cop is the story of a cop from the future of space who travels back in time to the present and is teamed up with a cop from the past who is unfrozen in the present. Together, they must defeat evil aliens with a sinister plan. Out of time and out of place, these two unwitting heroes must work together to save the world from a group of renegade aliens and the re-animated brain of a mad scientist bent on global extinction.
The story is about Chicago cop Jack Wolf (Rich Evans) trying to fight corruption in his department. Along the way, Sturges must help his good friend, detective Tom Sturges (Jesse Sorgatz), who has fallen into alcoholism and depression. Tom's only relief in life comes in the form of Allison (Jessie Cuellar), a homeless woman whom Tom falls in love with. But Allison might not be what Tom thinks her to be. In reality, she's the head of a secret, underground terrorist group known as "The Triad." It's up to officer Jack Wolf to bring Tom out of depression and help him fight the manipulation of the system.
All 14,000 of Richard Edlund’s illegitimate sons come for retribution in a single file line, where they are helplessly slaughtered by their father and his proud confidant.
Rich Evans plays dual roles as both the crotchety old Mr. Plinkett and a deranged escaped mental patient who thinks he’s a janitor.
Rich Evans, the president of Space, is paid a visit from an old friend. Or a new friend. Or something.
"You do realize this is going to be the worst thing ever made, Garrett, right?" This movie may drive you insane. It's nonsensical, stupid and pointless - horrible and yet strangely entertaining.
Oranges tells the story of the old, wise professor Charles Sunkyst and his deadly spin into madness. Charles is the self-elected and much beloved leader of the Orange Nation, but when his rude punk rock nephews visit him and cast a "citanic" spell on his mind, things go horribly awry. Demons control Sunkyst's brain, using his power as leader to do evil things. Wars erupt, mentally challenged oranges are ground up into food, and strip clubs are visited! The people's ultimate devotion to the beloved leader is tested, but a rebellion soon follows. Now only Professor Sunkyst's old friend Eggbert (a plastic alien egg) and a group of idealistic college students can save him from destruction.
A military experiement goes terribly wrong when a drug enduced super solider excapes and begins killing! Under the influence of mind altering chemicals and radical DNA alterations, General Gore mistakes a suburban town for a vietcong camp and goes Rambo on it. Now only the scientist who created him can stop him!
The killings continue when General Gore returns to his home town to settle some personal family business, but those darn teenagers just keep getting in the way! Death after death leads to an exciting, climactic chase though a county fair. Can Mimskip Selfo stop Gore's evil quest before more people get killed? Probably not, but watch and see!
Two lazy home invaders, a winning lottery ticket, and a robotic crime lord known as the Whoremonger. What else can be said about this GMP masterpiece of betrayal, violence, and the secret underworld of stupid criminals? When accidentally leaving a winning lottery ticket in the area's largest criminal kingpin's home, Chex Malone must get the ticket back without being caught by the maniacal Whoremonger.
Rich Evans stars as Little Joey and Mike Stoklasa appears as Eddie "Big K" Biafra in Jay Bauman's purposely offensive story about a couple of guys who really want to have sex with a baby. Nominated for 4 Rewind Awards, it's a filthy little movie, but funny. Blanc Screen has never been this offensive before or since, so if you like that, check it out.
A short parody of Rian Johnson’s film work by Redlettermedia
This was made back when Episode III had just come out in theaters. The infamous “nooo” moment was so terrible, we couldn’t help but make an almost 20 minute documentary about it.
Space Midgets! Aliens! Evil Bounty Hunters! and a 15 minute beating scene! Blunt Justice has it all. A sci-fi schlock space epic unmatched in modern cinema, Blunt Justice tells the story of a falsely accused space midget named Mooshoo (played by a 3 foot doll) who crash lands on earth after a space prison explodes. He is being hunted by a type 6 Bounty Hunter known only as X-638. Can he prove his innocence before he is vaporized? Can he find out who framed him and why? Can he take multiple blows to the head? Find out this and more in this ultimate schlock epic that has been nominated best amateur film of the year by the prestigious Rewind Awards!
What happens when a 700 year old Jester is released from his prison and needs a bride to populate the earth with demon spawn? Well, a whole lot of fun! Jester is one scary movie starring Rich Evans as a demonic Jester that likes bad jokes and beating people with stereos. Watch as this maniac slices and dices his way through a cast of sub-par actors and lamely writen scenes! And always remember, never hit Jester in his groin!
Both entertaining and educational, “How Not to Make a Movie” chronicles how the Red Letter Media guys all met and started making movies together, which lead to the disastrous production of the 2003 feature film collaboration Gorilla Interrupted. “How Not to Make a Movie” also shows the restoration process of remastering this ancient schlock no budget flop.
Jay Bauman stars in a quasi-autobiographical story about a wannabe writer/college dropout/loser pervert who returns to his hometown in an attempt to recapture his youth.
A girl tries to organize a vigil for a friend who recently died.
Eddie and Seymour have put together an amateur Ghostbusting business, which isn't exactly going well. Do they have what it takes to defeat the vicious Ghostmaster? (Hint: No, they don't.) Max Bookwalter (Jason Santo) has finally realized his dream of becoming a Ghostbuster. With the help of technical whiz and hate-filled man Eddie K. Gore (Mike Stoklasa), local idiot Seymour Gibraltar (Garrett Gilchrist), and suave ladies man Joe Hong (Jonason Ho), and absolutely no help from Max himself who quits halfway through the story (just like in Ghostbusted 1), the Ghostbusters must defeat the evil Ghostmaster, Walter Bluth (Warren Blyth), a strange, lonely man who turned to evil after developing the power to summon the undead. Will good triumph against evil? Who the hell knows ...
A mysterious old man named Mr. Plinkett is keeping a deep dark secret locked away in the basement of a small-town hardware store: vicious, flesh-eating creatures with a mysterious past. Once these creatures escape, all hell breaks loose and it's up to Jesse, an incompetent hardware store employee, to stop them from turning the town into a feeding frenzy!
The definitive zombie culture documentary, brought to the screen by the makers of THE PEOPLE vs. GEORGE LUCAS.
Siblings Mimi and Luke unwittingly resurrect an ancient alien overlord. Using a magical amulet, they force the monster to obey their childish whims, and accidentally attract a rogues’ gallery of intergalactic assassins to small-town suburbia.
Josie Geller, a baby-faced junior copywriter at the Chicago Sun-Times, must pose as a student at her former high school to research contemporary teenage culture. With the help of her brother, Rob, Josie infiltrates the inner circle of the most popular clique on campus. But she hits a major snag in her investigation -- not to mention her own failed love life -- when she falls for her dreamy English teacher, Sam Coulson.
Mike, Jay, Rich and the rest of the Red Letter Media crew brave some of the worst movies ever created by man.
Two VCR repairmen, Mike and Jay, scam an elderly man out of his fortune by discussing movies while on the job, and occasionally go on eccentric misadventures.
Mike Stoklasa, Jay Bauman, and the RedLetterMedia crew review some of their favorite films.
A pop culture podcast by Red Letter Media, featuring Mike Stoklasa, Jay Bauman, and Rich Evans.
A schizophrenic serial killer reviews terrible movies.
Follow the life of Ollie, a nine-year-old girl, and her talking cat, Scoops, as they tackle daily problems in humorous ways.