Picture this if you will: A futuristic lighthouse floating through dark space. Aboard this lighthouse is a Spirit Guide and his two younglings Alexi and Micah. These three spiritual beings are on an unusual journey. When the curious Alexi asks what his life will be like on Earth, the Spirit Guide is compelled to show him. He knows that dark forces are at hand and Alexi may indeed never be born at all. The Guide reluctantly shows him moments in time where we find Alexi’s family in deep turmoil… where dark secrets abound.
Along the Journey, we are introduced to a man simply referred to as “Him”. This character serves as our narrator, a charismatic wise guy enjoying a steak dinner at his favorite Italian eatery. But this caporegime may be more important than he seems. Is he simply narrating or controlling the events himself?
If this sounds like a page pulled out of “The Twilight Zone,” you would be right. Just add a large dose of David Lynch-esque sensibilities and the pervasive casual (and not so casual) nudity and sex that are synonymous with Babaloo Studios. We welcome you to join us on this unusual journey. Enjoy Dancing on the Dark Side of the Moon.
Revisiting his second feature film, A Siren in the Dark, director Steven Vasquez has re-edited the analog master, enhanced and upgraded it to HD. Along with a new soundtrack, storyline and new eye candy aplenty, he has completely transformed his original film.
Deadly Screams of a Naked Siren introduces Christian (Tristan Adler) a college news reporter who sets out to interview Epiphany (Kory Anders), the niece of the only living person to escape a gender changing siren. The deadly siren (Orion Cross) is responsible for the murders of two young men Kevin McKendrick (James Townsend) and his abusive lover Danny Pennington (Todd Williams). Even though these events happened eleven years ago, Christian wants to know all the deviant sexual details.
A straight wrestling coach finds himself smitten with one of his gay students – a student whose life may soon be in danger. Meanwhile a deranged cemetery worker is infatuated with someone of his own. Someone he can never have… at least not alive! Their stories become entangled in Necro-Mancing Dennis, a feature-length adaptation of the short film “The Caretaker of Cook County.”
Necro-Mancing Dennis will be released online at 4:00 pm (ET) on Halloween Day, Wednesday October 31, 2018. Purchasing a ticket entitles you to immediately watch or download the full HD film at that time. Also, you are invited to “meet” (at least digitally) with the director, Steven Vasquez and special guest Grayson Lange, in a live video chat from their Facebook page at 10:00 pm (ET) the same night. Participants will be send a web link and password the day of the event.