New Review & See The 1st Deviant Picture EVER!

Posted in Diary of a Directrix, News, Reviews
September 29th, 2010 by Devi Snively (The Directrix)

gapmomWe’ve just been bestowed with a Deviant trip through time as Anything Horror revisits our early shorts.  Take a journey with reviewer Scott Shoyer as he explores the films that have brought us to where we are today HEREAnd then for Deviant purists, or just for kicks, check out the very first Deviant picture ever, my 1996 film school project: THE GAP inspired by a walk home through the Haight in San Francisco when I wondered what was wrong with “these kids today” and heard myself sounding like my parents for the very first (but certainly not last) time.

I decided to explore what the world would be like when Gen-X-ers had teenagers of their own and the inevitable generation gap that would ensue.  And, yes, I got permission from Rik Ocasek himself for that Cars‘ tune.  Ah, the 90’s – such an innocent time (ahem).  We hope you enjoy our humble beginnings.  I sure did.  Now, onward and upward!

One Response to “New Review & See The 1st Deviant Picture EVER!”

  1. Scott Shoyer says:

    Thanks so much for the shout out Devi!!! I’m gonna finally watch TRIPPIN’ this weekend … I can’t fucking wait!!

    Keep your vision bloody and your body count high!!


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