Friday, April 28, 2017

Chattanooga Film Festival 2017: Everything is Terrible!

Once again, I was able to return to the Chattanooga Film Festival with Mass Listeria!  I love cinema in all of its forms, so the Chattanooga Film Festival is one of my favorite times of year because I spend four days being surrounded by movies and fellow film lovers!  To get a sense of why I love the Chattanooga Film Festival so much, read my post from the start of my coverage of the 2016 Chattanooga Film Festival (found here)...every word of it still holds true!

We already did an overview episode on Mass Listeria (found at, but for the next several episodes of The Gargyle Podcast, I'll be providing reviews of each of the films that I saw individually.  Up next in my coverage of the 2017 Chattanooga Film Festival is:  Everything is Terrible!

I'll be providing the description of the films provided in the Chattanooga Film Festival program and trailers via YouTube, when available.  The descriptions and trailers of the movies might let you know what they are about, but if you want to know what I thought of them...well, you are just going to have to give the podcast a listen.

The CFF program description for Everything is Terrible! was:
EIT! makes its triumphant return to CFF after wowing the audience last year.  In the last five years, EIT! has put on more than 500 shows all over the world.  As a live event, Everything is Terrible! not only includes the screening of thousands of insane clips mashed together in a style unmatched in its pace and range of truly psychedelic comedy, it also gives the audience an unforgettable sensory experience that is just as crazy as it is funny.  Shows in the past have included a depressed Christian Robot, three seven-feet-tall party dogs, cloaked monsters with arms that stretch across a stage, and rapping Christmas trees doing battle with a 10-foot Santa God.

I saw 21 feature films, short films, partial films, or live shows during the Chattanooga Film Festival!  So, be sure to check back soon for more of my CFF coverage!  And if you enjoy movies, conventions, comics, games, cartoons, Star Wars, horror, or just about anything sure to keep coming back for all things geekery!!  In the meantime, follow me here, on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and YouTube and be sure to subscribe to my podcast on iTunes and/or Google Play for more geek coverage!

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