Twisted Weekend III: Slacker Holocaust

Posted: October 27, 2002 by fivalscornshank in (2003) Twisted Weekend III: Slacker Holocaust
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Are you going to play the game? Lucie’s birthday started out as an “innocent” party filled with binge drinking and pill popping, until one of the guests gives Lucie a Ouija Board.

Twisted Weekend 3: Slacker Holocaust begins as a simple story of a group of college friends looking to spend a weekend getting loaded. Meet Lucie, the angry artist; Violet, her goodie-goodie roommate; their gay friend, Morris; their party animal fraternity boy neighbor, Bobby; and the burnouts, Chuck and Joe. Their names may be different, but you know this group. You’ve met them, you went to college with them…hey, you may even be one of them.

The movie opens with Lucie’s birthday – a comical spoof on an excessive binging weekend filled with liquor, drugs and sex. Things really get twisted though, when a mysterious gift appears and the evening ends in a drunken game of Ouija. As if this group didn’t have enough to worry about with the hangovers facing them in the morning, our killer, “Art,” reprises his role in this third installment of the Twisted Weekend series and begins to take their souls…

The Facts
Year Released: 2003
Year Started: 1996
Directed By: David C. King
Produced By: Brett Circe
Written By: David C. King
Genre: Horror
Comedy
Independent
Starring: Dayspring Nelson
Asha Sabini
Jason Brunt
Runtime: 60 Minutes
 
Credits

CAST

Violet Shivas Dayspring Nelson
Lucie Leigh Viscusi Asha Sabini
Morris “Billy Bud” Popvanaovich Jason Brunt
Joe Bongholio Erhard Falk
Chuck D. Sterb’d Dave King
Bobby Beygal Frank Barnhardt
Shaunda Penny Rhoten
The Man Peter Herman
Art Brett Circe
Bathroom Demon Jason Brunt
Lucie Body Double Jenny Mullen
Black Cat Beezle
Calico Cat Puss
Subliminal Fleck Sean T. Brennan

 

Production Assistants:
Edwin Ghiselli
Kris Gilmore
Em Kuker
Sean Sabini

Additional camera work: Daniel Tse

Additional editing: David C. King

Gameboard icons design: Erhard Falk

Worm Wranglers:
Andrew Norton
Edwin Ghiselli

Costumer: Weezie

Special Effects Makeup: David C. King

“Art” Makeup Test Stand-ins:
Andrew Norton
Jason Coogler

Sound Design: David C. King

 

Songs:
Getting Warmer
Produced by Avatar for Opiejuan Productions
Performed by Young Married Couple

Opening Title Track Twisted
Written and Performed by Mark Hamada
Recorded at Blue Room Studios, 2003

“What” IS Real.
Written by Troy Westfield and the Post-Relevant Movement
Performed by The Troy Westfield Experience

Jade Gate
Untitled, Unreleased Studio Recording from 1998
Performed by Charles Cort

Come There
Untitled, Unreleased Studio Recording from 1998
Performed by Charles Cort

How You Could Leave
Written by Troy Westfield and the Post-Relevant Movement
Performed by The Troy Westfield Experience

Without A Sound
Untitled, Unreleased Studio Recording from 1998
Performed by Charles Cort

The Leaving of
Untitled, Unreleased Studio Recording from 1998
Performed by Charles Cort

Astroplane
Produced by Avatar for Opiejuan Productions
Performed by Young Married Couple

Brief Motif
Produced by Avatar for Opiejuan Productions
Performed by Young Married Couple

Pretty Nazi
Written by Troy Westfield and the Post-Relevant Movement
Performed by The Troy Westfield Experience

Bridges Burning You
Written by Troy Westfield and the Post-Relevant Movement
Performed by The Troy Westfield Experience

 

Gift bags provided by Triangle Enterprises.

Edited with Final Cut Pro on an Apple Macintosh

 

Shot on location in:
San Rafael, CA
Mt. Tamalpais Cemetary, CA
Devil’s Gultch, CA
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Miami, FL
Saratoga, CA

Special Thanks:
Apple Computer, Inc.
Jonna Circe
The Garden Apartments
Em Kuker
Bryan Purse
David Sporn

 

Twisted Weekend III
Slacker Holocaust

“7 years in post is 3 months too long.”

 

www.fivalscornshank.com

 

The characters and incidents portrayed and the names herein are fictitious, and any similarity to the name, character or history of any person is entirely coincidental and unintentional.

No animals used in this film were harmed or mistreated.

© 1996-2003 Fival’s Corn Shank Productions

All brand names are copyright their respective owners.

TRIVIA

Jason Brunt
Actor Jason Brunt dies in all three movies in the Twisted Weekend Series. In TW1, he plays a pledgemaster; in TW2, he plays a character named Jason; in TW3, he plays Morris.

Seymore Nuts
The coconut sculpture Lucy is working on in the opening scene appears in almost every scene thereafter.

Subliminal Fleck
After hearing Sean Brennan complain since 1990 that he has never appeared in any of our films, we inserted two still photos of Sean in the film for one frame. The first one is after Violet wakes from her dream, Sean is drinking a beer. The second is when Lucie wakes from her dream, Sean is taking a breath mint.

Comments
  1. Elizabeth Nordeen says:

    So scarey, I jumped!!

    A brilliant combination of both horror and comedy, tho one may outweigh the other. From the groovy music to the flying cat to the M.C. Hammer pants, you never knew what was going to happen next. But whatever it was, it was always entertaining. I laughed through almost the entire movie, but I must admit, I did jump at one point. That is a true sign of a good horror flick!

  2. Peggy Nordeen (Credentials include: Used to drink Guiness with Roger Ebert at O'Rourk's on North Avenue in Chicago) says:

    Much Better than Blair Witch!!!!

    If Blair Witch was a phenomenon; the Twisted Weekend series is a paradigm shift…to the REALLY funny, satirical horror flick…where brilliance and whit supercede the need for slick production techniques and $20 million actors.

  3. Jeremy Schwartz says:

    I’m so scared!!!!

    Great job! I found it hilarious and scary at the same time!

  4. Patrik Garde says:

    Quite Disturbing…..

    Perfect for the 80’s slasher/horror flick.
    The opening titles filled you with awe and expectation….
    Only to firmly embed you deep into the dysfunctional minds of some very disturbed college grads. This movie serves as a perfect deterrent for mild alcoholics and drug abusers.

  5. Justice Mitchell says:

    Wicked… It was really wonderful to see Dave and Brett’s masterpiece on the ‘big screen’. It’s fair to say that with it paid homage to all the purest fundamentals that make any cult classic (cats). It was more than I had ever expected leaving me with only one question…what’s next?

  6. Em Kuker says:

    A gritty send up of todays youth & the horror movie genre. Funny, gross and completely depraved! A cult classic and a must see for the college scene!

  7. Ignacio Hernandez says:

    TWIII really brought college life out into the open for the world to see. But for the makers of this film – that just wasn’t enough. No. They had to make matters worse by introducing the occult, evil workings of a demented and DEAD ex-Art student. The writers worked overtime to devise gruesome and creative ways to end the lives of fun-loving and innocent students. I was disturbed by vomit scene as well as the “bowel movement” segment: testement to the outstanding special effects which left me with dry mouth. The movie got off to a great start with a beautiful opening sequence which featured slimy worms and bugs. As with all horror films, it’s the ride that matters and this film delivered with gusto. I enjoyed the experience and can’t wait to see it again.

  8. […] Its hard not to draw comparisons to the upcoming movie Ouija to our very own Twisted Weekend 3. […]

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