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The Cornshukker The Cornshukker

     PINK ELEPHANT PRODUCTIONS
     Presents a BRANDON SNIDER FILM
     "THE CORNSHUKKER"
     Starring JASON SNIDER, JACK ROONEY,
              and DAVID BRIGGS
     Written, Produced, and Directed by
              BRANDON SNIDER
     Edited by BRANDON SNIDER, DAN HALL,
              and DAVE LISTER


—Jason Snider, Jack Rooney, and David Briggs star in Brandon Snider's dark and mystic "wild ride through the bizarre."

The Cornshukker (Jason Snider) is a mythical creature who has lived simply and peacefully with Nature. Now, however, he is besieged by urban sprawl.

With nowhere else to go, The Cornshukker is forced to deal with varmints and outlandishly-odd townsfolk.

As his food supply diminishes, The Cornshukker is violently confronted by the bigoted Old Man Thomas. So in an act of desperation, The Cornshukker is forced to do the unthinkable.

Now his very existence is in peril, and the mysterious world he inhabits could be forever destroyed. Only Nature and the unpredictable townsfolk will decide the ultimate fate of "The Cornshukker."

When I first became involved in "The Cornshukker" project, all the footage was already "in the can" and transferred to Beta SP videotape. Using an AVID Composer editing system, I logged and digitized all the video and audio elements, then served as a primary editor.

"The Cornshukker" is a feature-length presentation, shot on 16mm monochrome film and recorded on digital audio tape. What this low-budget independent production lacked in monetary support, it more than makes up for in originality—both in plot and imagery. What other film have you seen in which an enigmatic protagonist exists only on a diet of corn, to the extent that he even urinates whole kernels of maize? Name another film in which crawdads are both sinister mind-manipulating creatures and heroic saviors. And when was the last time you saw The Ghost of Elvis step out of a cornfield to lend some timely, essential wisdom?

Besides serving as an editor on this project, I also assisted in creating post-production graphics for the theatrical release posters and videocassette sleeves.

Currently, I am clueless as to where one might be able find and purchase a copy of "The Cornshukker." The online store link that I had posted previously on this page is no longer valid. But if and when a new outlet for this film becomes known to me, I will post that information here. Okay? (No, I do not profit from any sales.)

— BD

The Cornshukker

"The Cornshukker" name, characters and everything else associated with the motion picture are the property of Pink Elephant Productions. All rights reserved.

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