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Who Is Joe Vicious? (1992) Digitally Remastered

Posted: September 20, 2020 by Brett C. in News & Press

On the 30th anniversary of their first movie debut, Fival’s Corn Shank (FCS) Productions is thrilled to announce a complete digital remastering of its 1992 film, Who Is Joe Vicious? 

Created as a send-up of the marketing mayhem surrounding Hollywood’s Summer Blockbusters, this newly remastered version delivers the goods as the biggest, loudest, most genre-jumping and action-packed trailer – for the most out-of-control movie never made. 


Ouija the Movie, meet Twisted Weekend 3

Posted: July 24, 2014 by Brett C. in News & Press

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

Lets start with the premise:

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.

After a friend of a theirs is brutally killed in an accident, a group of close teenage friends must confront their most evil and demonic fears when they awaken the dark powers of an ancient spirit board when attempting to contact their friend, and realize that the ouija board is not just a game; it’s real life.


We just loaded Damn Calm, our homage to Dead Calm, remastered and ready to view. Watch Damn Calm Now.

FCS Remasters some of the early work

Posted: November 30, 2008 by Brett C. in News & Press

We have started to digitize and upload some of the really early work to the site. This weekend we uploaded Good Cookin’ and Godzilla vs. Mecha-Godzilla, both produced in 1993. Enjoy.

Fival’s Corn Shank will be having the west coast premiere of Picklock, hosted by David C. King, at the Dead Channels Film Festival on Thursday, October 2nd at the Vortex Room in San Francisco.