- Jonathan Case
In the "future" world of 2006AD, a government fetus goes missing and the president contacts a group of supposedly alien masked luchadors, the Ivory Bastards, to recover it.
Ivory Bastards Against Extinction is a lunatic Mexploitation comedy working with shoe-string resources intelligently, taking rough-and-ready, badly dubbed Mexican action-drama as it's starting point and pushing parody and liberties with quality to extreme and marvellous comic effect. Fans of the UK cult hit-series Garth Merenghis's Dark Place will detect the same sinister, laughter-inducing subcarrier-wave technology at work in this loopy, no-budget escapade.
Directed and produced by Jonathan Case; 2007
AWARDS AND SCREENINGS
B-Movie Film Festival 2007 (winner, best short)
Boston Underground Film Festival 2008
Charlotte Film Festival 2007
Syracuse Film Festival 2008
www.cinemanational.com/ivorybastards www.ivorybastards.com blogcritics.org/video/article/movie-review-ivory-bastards-against-extinction www.syracusenewtimes.com/newyork/article-1733-ivory-bastards-against-extinction.html