Godzilla vs. Mecha-Godzilla

Posted: November 30, 2008 by Brett C. in (1993) Godzilla vs. Mecha-Godzilla


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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.

Fival’s Corn Shank will be having the east coast premiere of Picklock, hosted by Brett Circe, at the StarBar this Wednesday at 6:00pm. Snacks and cocktails will be served.

This is an invitation-only showing. For more information, please contact Brett Circe.

Fival’s Corn Shank releases Picklock.

Posted: February 12, 2008 by fivalscornshank in News & Press

Picklock PosterAfter a long hiatus, Fival’s Corn Shank Productions is proud to announce the release of its newest film, Picklock.

“I am very excited to finally release my latest creation” says David C. King, the films creator. “This is the closest a film of mine has come to my initial vision. Since it is a remake of a short I made as a teen, the challenge was to illustrate my growth as a filmmaker which I think it does. While more serious in tone than previous works, the film sticks with classic FCS themes.”
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Picklock

Posted: February 12, 2008 by fivalscornshank in (2007) Picklock

Picklock Poster

pick•lock [ pík lòk ]
noun
• an instrument for picking locks
• an opener of locks who does not use a key, especially a burglar

A revival and revision of a short film made in his youth, David C. King’s Picklock follows a man, woman and cat one shadowy evening in San Francisco. Amid stories and reports of increasing numbers of missing people and pets from around the city, we find our characters making their way through an average day. Something seems to trouble the couple as they remain distant even within the comfort of their small apartment. Unnoticed by them, something emerges out of the murky fog to invade the safety of their home. Will they emerge unscathed or will they join the ranks of the missing?
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