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Webb Wilder descends into a southern gothic underworld flush with casino cash, trailer trash, and raw-boned violence to rescue his congenitally misinformed nephew from rural mobsters in the droll hillbilly noir comedy SCATTERGUN.
A full time roots rocker, part-time private eye, Webb Wilder receives an SOS from his nephew Abner when 'organized thugs' intent on collecting on mounting gambling debts kidnap Abner's girlfriend, Wanda.  Accompanying Webb on his rescue mission is record company A & R (Artist and Repertory) man, Pippin Moss; an ethics-challenged entertainment industry manipulator intent on signing Webb to a new contract.  Tracking down Abner leads Webb and Pippin to Pineopolis County, Mississippi, a contemporary miasma of roadside fruit stands, dirt track car racing and murky agrarian crime where "good and evil, black and white bleed into gray in a minute and darkness sometimes catches the angels nappin'."
A fast paced comedy permeated by Webb's patented "Fess Parker on Thorizine" meets Jack Webb persona, SCATTERGUN's vibe might be described as GET SHORTY meets ERASERHEAD meets VERNON, FLORIDA in a unique hybrid southern blend that could have been hatched by Elmore Leonard Skynard.
The Scattergun Teaser is below
The Scattergun Outtake footage is below
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Pueblo Sin Suerte

A review: Dirty deeds, done dirt dirt cheap.

This is an amazingly beautiful film shot in the badlands of Texas with blue skies and railroad ties. It reads much like a David Lynch film with strange dialog and unnerving editing. Murder and sex infiltrate this small roadhouse town and all the players get wrapped up in the investigation head up by the county sheriff. Tragedy has had a hand in bringing everyone to this town, and sure enough tragedy will take them out. The sheriff (Ross Sullivan) is at the center of this dirty mess, trying to track down the culprits of a double murder. He makes sure that he's more on the ball than the federal investigators by seducing the wife of one of the suspects and by shaking down the town with an shaky hand. The oddball residents include a mute whore and her madam, two transient criminals on a crime spree, and a lonely girl working at the Blue Heaven diner. Who can you trust in a town where you can't trust yourself? Nick Lowe provides a beautiful acoustic soundtrack that matches the soft cinematography and the uneasy mood of the film. This DVD also features a short film, "Position of the Bodies" that I suggest watching before the feature, to get you in a creepy mood. - Clay N. Ferno
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This Thing Called Love

Young Miranda Presley, an aspiring Country-singer/writer, comes to Nashville, Tennessee, to enter the weekly singer contest held at "The Bluebird Cafe". There she meets James Wright, an energetic, but somewhat chaotic young man, Kyle Davidson, a more laid-back kind of guy and Linda Lue Linden, who's career may not necessarily be in Country... When both James and Kyle get attracted to Miranda, she makes a decision.
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Corn Flicks

The video collection featuring THREE original films by award winning director Stephen Mims & Webb Wilder tunes including the unreleased instrumental "Webb's Theme"

Cinematic feature #1: HORROR HAYRIDE

The first cinematic selection finds Webb Wilder yanked from his economy with dignity rock & roll tour to help the governor of Tennessee's daughter produce a new driver education film. In true "hillbilly noir" tradition, this simple assignment spirals downward into a dark and demented tale of extortion and bad manners in the underbelly of NashVegas.

If you view this film, you will join Webb Wilder and undercover highway patrolman Travis Byrd as they defend truth, justice and the American way, matching wits with fallen country & western idol and hillbilly pornographer Carlsbad Devereaux. Follow them on their quest, which takes then from the dirt roads of Dixie to the phantasmagoric inner realms of Webb's troubled psyche.

Cinematic feature #2: AUNT HALLIE

Aunt Hallie is traumatized when she finds a used condom on her lawn. Imagining that the thing is laden with "old nasty diseases", Aunt Hallie becomes obsessed with preventing the ailment's spread. The winner of four major awards at festivals across the USA & Europe, Aunt Hallie has struck the comic nerve of a disease-wary world.

Cinematic feature #3: Webb Wilder, PRIVATE EYE: The Saucer's Reign

The original Webb Wilder film adventure featuring music by Webb and the Ionizer.

Rural Mississippi is rocked when Pristine Suggs falls victim to alien invaders. Her disappearance spawns panic among the trailer trash and spurs an investigation by the last of the full grown men: Webb Wilder.

Part Marlowe, pure gonzo, Wilder's tale has become a perennial late-night cable favorite. WEBB WILDER, PRIVATE EYE has screened on The Campus Network, USA Network's Night Flight, and A&E's Short Stories.

To movie critics, Webb Wilder the actor is "Fess Parker on thorazine," a "saturnine hybrid of James Brown and Jack Webb, whose cavernous deadpan intonations and crack timing make Corn Flicks a must." Of Corn Flicks, a compilation of short films featuring Webb Wilder and written by R.S. "Bobby" Field aka the IONIZER and director Stephen Mims, the Chicago Tribune said "it's Twin Peaks with MTV thrown in the middle," while the Los Angeles Times described it as "a fertile field of free-form word play that reflects a literary underpinning."

B-movie and drive-in movie specialist Joe Bob Briggs called it "One of those 'you have to see it' flicks."

This is a wild collection of cool videos (not your typical music videos)
NOTE: Sadly, this video is also out of print as of 9/97. BUT NEW COLLECTOR's EDITION DVD is in limited release as of October, 2008 (
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The Perfect Specimen
A Review by Alison Macor (Special to the American-Statesman ) Published: Mar. 15, 1999

Playing slightly nerdy high school student Barry Weiss, actor Jeremy Fox carries "The Perfect Specimen." Austin writer-director Steve Mims sets his comedy on the night of the senior prom, and the film's funniest sequence takes place when Barry arrives to pick up his date, Julie (Alicia Corbett), and finds himself the subject of a full-scale interrogation worthy of Ken Starr. Musical acts The Naughty Ones, Webb Wilder and Los Straightjackets contribute local flavor to this compact coming-of-age story with enough high-tech gadgetry to give "The Perfect Specimen" a contemporary spin.

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