In this week's Cult Movie Worship, find out why "We Ate the Children Last"

Behold one man's tribute to the unknown: a 30-foot UFO that was constructed by alien hands! Watch the documentary about it along with a new horrifically titled short "We Ate the Children Last."


Welcome To Planet Earth

Meet Jody Pendarvis and his (multiple) UFOs, which was only built with two "human" hands. And he's not telling where the rest of the help came from (pssst, aliens). This adorable documentary was filmed at the UFO Welcome Center in Bowman, SC.

Welcome to Planet Earth is the story of the extremely unique Jody Pendarvis and his 30 foot UFO he built in his front yard in the small town of Bowman, SC. After a sighting of alien life forms, Jody built the giant UFO as a place to welcome aliens when they return. All though visitors are welcomed to check out this unique and slightly odd landmark, Jody hopes that he will one day see the return of his friends from the sky. This is his story.

We Ate the Children Last

Andrew Cividino & Geoff Smart short gives us the jeepers creepers. Set in the near future, this short will screen at the Toronto International Film Festival.

What happens when society embraces a radical medical breakthrough without fully understanding its side effects? We Ate the Children Last, a short science fiction film based on Yann Martel's short story of the same name explores an unsettling answer to this question.


And finally, check out Mark Hamill's trailer for his latest steampunk endeavor.

Dark clouds are crowding in the sky above the endless metropolis. This is Thelomeris, the city of cogwheels and clocks. The citizens are living their lives in order to operate the clock factory and make it work as effectively as possible and create more energy for making even more clockworks. No one knows who and why established the city, or how long it has existed. Its ancient bordering walls and looming skyscrapers are reaching for the sky silently. Enormous metal cogs are working at the heart of the clock factory, as it casts dark shadows onto the city. The biggest and most influential man of Thelomeris, MAN1 is the owner of the clock factory too. His job is to operate the factory as effectively as he can while grabbing all opportunities to study time and get as close to understanding it as possible. He is a mysterious and scary man, who leads his company with fearless determination, knowing that even his investors are scared of him, thinking that he has no emotions what so ever. There is only one person who can fill this empty heart with warmth. This is his wife, who with love and care tries to convince MAN1 to close down the factory, before they risk losing everything, including each other. But just before he is able to make the decision over the clock factory his wife suddenly becomes sick. No one knows what the cause of the secret disease is, and all his powers seem to be scant to help. There is only one chance remaining: to play out time and go against it, change the course of time and in this way, change his wife's destiny. There seems to be only one mysterious person, 'Stranger' (Mark Hamill) who offers a solution to eluding faith. But faith isn't something to be played with...



"We Ate the Children Last" was what Whitney Houston was really singing about in "Greatest Love of All." Cannibalism, pure and simple. "I believe the children are our future..." for dessert.