i had a great new film idea while in las vegas.

more details to come. i doubt i will shoot it myself but i have an idea of how to get it into theatres.

Now available:

VisualNoiz.com collectible memorabilia. Yes, it’s true, we have a cafe shop now.

Up for grabs are

• a lunchbox with Dan’s “Drugs Are In Trash” photo sequence.

• the loveable Meep on a toddler’s bib.

• a thong with the original VisualNoiz logo adorned on it.

• a frisbee with Jason Roth’s Mr. Chimp in 16:9 widescreen.

• a Trucker Hat with Jason Roth’s Kung Fu Death Man.

All at the Cafe shop

Check out the Fan Page @ VisualNoiz.com

Rob Schrab

VisualNoiz salutes multimedia wunderkind Rob Schrab.

Schrab is the twisted genius behind the infamous comic series SCUD: The Disposable Assassin. Scud was a beacon of light in those dark high school years. The series followed the adventures of a robot assassin born of a vending machine. It was John Woo, Star Trek, Army of Darkness, and god knows what else thrown into a blender to create something fresh and hilarious. Back issues are difficult to find, but well worth the hunt! Ebay is the answer…

In recent years, Schrab has moved on to short films. ROBOT BASTARD, Rob’s first venture into moviemaking, is a great romp though all that is cool. Check it out at http://www.robotbastard.com

After ROBOT BASTARD came the Adventures of Ringwald and Molly, a miracle of “drawless animation” (AKA puppets).

Ringwald the pompus alligator and Molly the silly spider muddle their way through a ramshackle universe full of danger, excitement, and pornography. Episodes can be viewed at http://www.channel101.com

A DVD-R of the collected episodes is available for sale at the Robot Bastard link. It’s well worth the money. Trust me.

Rob’s current venture is Twigger’s Holiday, which can also be viewed at Channel101 site. This creator is on the rise, keep your eye on him!

Also, visit the musicians of Irritating Rainbow at


Good tunes to blast space mummies by.

Submissions for Michigan Independent Film Festival needed

Hey all. Nothing going on with us so here’s a note from Jonathan @ lefthandfilms.

Submissions for Michigan Independent Film Festival needed

We’ve got quite a few submissions. Many are great, some are not. We have a lot of slots to fill for the second annual Michigan Independent Film Festival.

The festival is July 30 – Aug 1

Shorts and music videos> $10

Features and Documentaries> $15

This price will only last til April 29th.

Please send submissions on vhs, minidv or dvd.

Please send checks or money orders to:


541 N. Lomita St.

Unit D

Burbank, CA 91506



46270 Bloomcrest

Northville, MI 48167

prizes> TBA

If you have any questions you can contact me at

jonathan@lefthandfilms.net or via myspace

Check out our updated website: www.lefthandfilms.net