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The Day After Christmas ’06

Director: MAN3
Starring: Bone Crusher Solid and Skunky

“This is a collection of footage from a DXM Study conducted by Bone Crusher Solid and Skunky. Great stuff!”
-MAN3

“I am tripping balls. Watch these crazy ass videos. Trippin mad nuts.”
-Skunky

“Well, I remember we were fucked and having all sorts of crazy idea’s and thought’s. At some point in that crazy night, we went to the woods and on the way there or back or maybe the whole time but I do know I was walkin with some crazy swaying motion with my legs..lmao. I still can’t believe I was walkin like that impersonating how we will walk in the future..LMAO!!. Good times.”
-Bone Crusher Solid

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The Day After Christmas ’06

Fail Safe Live

Starring: Fail Safe (Jonny Suicide, Joe Haun, Mike Berg and Flip)

“In 2001 I was the lead vocalist in a melodic hXc band at 16 years old, with 3 other wonderful human beings. We covered The Misfits, Nine Inch Nails, AFI, and 4 Non Blondes, we also wrote originals together. Your argument is invalid.

This venue you’re looking at for The BRASS MUG might seem a little different because now it’s where you sip tea and do homework at Kaleisia Tea Lounge. They had a bit of remodeling.”
-Jonny

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Fail Safe Live

The Ron And Rob Show

Director: MAN3
Starring: Rob Menendez, Ron Peller and MAN3
Music: VARN Industries

“Each semester in TV Productions class, I had to turn in a film for a portion of my grade. During the second half of my junior year at high school, I came up with a brilliant plan for an easy grade. I spent most of the time in that class hanging out with my friends Rob and Ron, so why not set up the camera and tell the teacher we’re making a talk show. I’d just edit all the footage in my next period, where I was a teacher’s assistant for the TV Productions teacher. Six VHS were filled with raw footage of three high school friends shooting the shit with random classmates. As a joke, I even stuck my first semester project in the show, a silent movie filmed in the cafeteria. As you can imagine, the amount of inappropriate humor contained on those tapes was extensive and thus useless for the project I was turning in. However, I put together a second VHS called Deleted Scenes for my friends and I that contained some of the better footage I wasn’t able to turn in. As proud as I am of this early project, what is most significant to me now is the appearance of the first VARN Industries tracks ever recorded. It was while editing this project that I first began making music. In a way, this show killed my dreams of making movies, but only because music soon become an overwhelming force in my life that I wouldn’t learn to control for years.”
-MAN3

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The Ron And Rob Show

Star Trek: Nexus

Director: MAN3
Starring: MAN3 (voice) and Collin Benyo (voice)
Music: Louis Levy, Kevin MacLeod and Eric Ansell

“Twenty years ago in the Summer of 1995, I made my first movie, a Star Trek fan-film, with my action figures and a little help with voices from a friend. Much like a FoxTrot comic-strip I remember from growing up, I literally took every figure I had and worked out a story around the roster. Inspired by the then recent Star Trek Generations, it continues the story of Picard’s “echo” in the Nexus, as he creates an alternate reality where the Enterprise-D had not been destroyed, which really pisses off Q. As was typical for me at the time, my only preparation was mental, knowing I’d just remember everything when the time came. Unfortunately, it made delivering lines a little difficult for Collin and I, as he was hearing his lines for the first time right before the camera rolled. Afterwards, all of the editing was done with two VCR connected in tandem, allowing me to cut scenes together from my tape of raw footage to my master tape. Keep in mind, these were the days of VHS and big CRT televisions. This was before the internet as we know it today. There was no YouTube and not many people had a video camera anyway. Above all else, there was no Adult Swim or Robot Chicken yet. I was just a nerdy kid spending his summers making movies for myself while he played with his dolls… I mean action figures. Until now, very few people have seen any of my earliest films simply because they’ve been confined to VHS tapes all these years. So here’s the first peak into the furthest reaches of the vault I call my archives.”
-MAN3

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Star Trek: Nexus