Late Night Mixtape


Oddballs, rascals, scoundrels–call the merry band of troublemakers behind this year’s Late Night Mixtape what you will, but there’s no denying the unbridled manic energy they bring to their work. If you’re in the market for a bit of mischief and mayhem on your Friday night–for a cranium-bursting infomercial supercut, a bloodsucking home invasion story, or a bit of gruesome graveside gratification–knock back whatever you’re drinking and plop yourself into that plush theater chair.

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Friday, March 29 at 11:00pm

Like This/Like That

Tommy Heffron | Chicago, IL | 3 min
Genre: Experimental

A man on a soundstage tests out a variety of expressions for the camera–all of which seem to come up short–as the text from his teleprompter engulfs the screen.

Boo Hag – “Pop the Clutch”

Winston Warner | Myrtle Beach, SC | 3 min
Genre: Music Video

Caustic guitar riffs, thrashing cymbals, and plenty of glowsticks: the punk-infused sounds of Columbia-based rock band Boo Hag light up the screen, literally and figuratively, in this bewitching new music video, a seizure-inducing swirl of glitched-out colors.

No Good Deed

Ethan Hanson, Caroline Mobley, Amy Brower, & Jonathan Furnell | Columbia, SC | 7 min
Genre: Narrative

Late one night, a woman hears a blood-curdling scream–she rushes outside and finds a young girl unconscious, lying in the middle of the street. She invites the young girl in, but not all is as it seems, and she soon comes to regret her decision.

The Amazing Anti-Fart Formula

Luke Pilgrim, Brad Kennedy | Dahlonega, GA | 9 min
Genre: Narrative

An origami-obsessed nerd with chronic flatulence attempts to cure his disorder with anti-fart pills so that he has a shot with the best-looking girl in his office. Ultimately, he discovers that being comfortable in his own skin is more important than trying to be someone he’s not.

Space Coke – “Corpsewood Manor”

Steve Daniels | Columbia, SC | 3 min
Genre: Music Video

Once you’ve seen Corpsewood Manor, you can’t unsee it. And why would you want to? Indie Grits alum Steve Daniels’ gruesomely funny black-and-white music video, set to muscular guitar riffs by Columbia-based band Space Coke, takes libido issues to a whole other level.

content generation

Ony Ratsimbaharison | Columbia, SC | 7 min
Genre: Experimental

Stitched together via chaotic, Tim & Eric style editing, this riotously funny supercut examines consumer culture in the Internet age by mashing up various infomercials, product placement segments, and other commercial content.

Future Song

Odile Postic | Richmond, VA | 3 min
Genre: Music Video

A green-haired, Morphsuit-wearing woman (Indie Grits alum Odile Postic) plucks an imaginary harp, watches a virtual stork deliver an infant Jesus on her computer screen, and sings wistfully of a future in which she conceives the Messiah.


Chandler Yonkers | Lexington, SC | 2 min
Genre: Experimental

In this found footage artifact, folks are cutting up, drinking, smoking–just generally having a great old time at the party in question. All the while, Joel can’t seem to quit horsing around with his camera.

Infinitikiss – “Pas”

Henry Moonrod | Columbia, SC | 2 min
Genre: Music Video, Animation, Student

Otherworldly 3D figures inhabit the lunar landscape of this surreal black-and-white music video, set to the pulsating electronic rhythms of Infinitikiss.

Space Wind

Veronique Vanblaere | Birmingham, AL | 3 min
Genre: Narrative

This lovably goofy short takes us to the outer reaches of our universe, where two women discover–on consuming a can of beans–that passing gas in a compact spaceship presents its own set of difficulties.

Big Mouth Billy Bass

Chris Dean | Charlotte, NC | 10 min
Genre: Narrative

It seems like just another crummy Christmas gift that someone left on her front porch during the holidays. But, soon enough, the woman at the center of this comedic short discovers that this Big Mouth Billy Bass does more than just sing.

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