GuignolFest Productions presents their Quarantine Edition.
Dylan Hillerman and Julia Reodica, the founder and producer, answered the call for movie makers for the 2020 Corman Challenge, created by the living legend and horror director, Roger Corman. The challenge was to make a 2-minute movie just using a phone camera and their home. The movie, "HOME/BODY" is about a couple getting sick of being stuck with each other during quarantine and of course, something is amiss.
For the second feature, Dylan reads Edgar Allen Poe's, "The Masque of the Red Death." Written in 1842, it's about a prince who holds a party during the plague and ignores death until it is too late. It's a cautionary tale perfectly timed for Quarantine 2020. The performance is a tribute to all the creatives who were included in the video.
In between the features, you'll learn how to cook meals with the band, Hail Satan. Write down the recipes because they're that good. The band uses very unconventional methods of getting their "mystery meat." That method is not recommended and you'll see why!
When it comes to the Twilight Zone, Dylan's love for it comes through in the last feature, a burlesque act called, "Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up?" He directed and co-choreographed dancers, Jeannette Trexler and Una Solitaire, who play the wait staff and the customer. Which one is the odd person? Watch the performance to find out.