All posts by Andre Perkowski

About Andre Perkowski

Andre Perkowski​ is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and collage artist known for his three hour adaptation of the 1964 William S. Burroughs cut-up novel "Nova Express." His underground features weave together found footage, digital, Super-8, and 16mm shards into shambling pop culture Frankensteins. His no-budget Dadaist kung fu epic "A Belly Full of Anger" features the voices of Bob Odenkirk, Joel Hodgson, Trace Beaulieu, and Phil Proctor. His current project is a documentary entitled "Virtual Boys" on the rise, fall, and rise again of consumer virtual reality. You can find further evidence of his arcane research into The Firesign Theatre, Edward D. Wood, Jr., The Residents, Orson Welles, Batman, Brian Wilson, and other subjects at his Terminal Pictures Youtube page:
  • “What are we going to do now?”: Notes on Spike Milligan’s “Q” series

    WHO?!? No, not Spike Jones. That was the bandleader who did a peppy version of “Der Fuehrer’s Face.” Aside from possibly brief appearances arguing over parking with Peter Sellers in Terry Southern’s gloriously mad The Magic Christian,...

    • Posted April 28, 2017
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  • “Mafia vs. Ninja”: The one true Kung Fu movie

    New Jersey. Early 90s. Ippy’s Video… or perhaps the grandly named Camera-Video Showplace. You’re browsing the racks for batshit movies. A clamshell box catches your eye… The title promises so much. “Mafia?” you may even inquire cautiously,...

    • Posted January 18, 2016
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