My Sweet Satan (1994, 19 minutes): VanBebber's take on a 1984 incident in which teenager Ricky Kasso (here called "Kasslin") murdered another teen, demanding that the victim declare that he loved Satan (the kid kept screaming, "I love my mother!" instead).
Roadkill: The Last Days of John Martin (1994, 14 minutes): An Ed Gein-like guy waxes crazy and kills and eats people.
Doper (1994, 20 minutes): A sweet-and-sad doc about aimless—but employed and
Kata (1990, 6 minutes): A martial artist, practicing alone, imagines fighting enemies.
Into the Black (1983, 35 minutes): A teen-age VanBebber made this surprisingly assured and violent film on 8mm; VanBebber used Into the Black to get into film school.
VanBebber casts himself in most of his films, and he's a strong, compelling presence. With his natural athleticism (he's an accomplished martial artist, thus the emphasis on kung fu) and hang-dog handsome looks, VanBebber would be right at home in a '70s Euro action
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Featuring five shorts, this collection represents the twisted vision of Jim Van Bebber, the renegade filmmaker who has produced, directed and starred in his own brand of ultraviolent
cult films for more than two decades. The gems included here are "My Sweet Satan," "Doper," "Roadkill: The Last Days of John Martin,"
"Kata" and "Into the Black."
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