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Buttfucker

"The legend is real"

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Buttfucker

Like Bloody Mary or the Candyman, the supernatural legend of the Buttfucker has been told around campfires and under sleeping bags for generations. Now, four girls will find out if this particular piece of urban folklore is just a myth... or something else.

David Fickas

David Fickas

Writer / Director / Producer / Editor

David Fickas

  Writer / Director / Producer / Editor

David Fickas is "NOT" the visionary director that brought you "300". Butt, he has been successfully directing theatre, television, film and traffic for quite sometime. His indy film "Angels & Aliens:The Basement and The Kitchen" is available on Netflix. It's totally rad and has a great twist. His company is responsible for VH1's "I HATE MY 30's" that was totally full of greatness and funny stuff although it was drowned in a sea of reality television. And just because he took his short film "Deliverance, The Musical" to the Slamdance film festival, doesn't mean that he only does short films that involve "anal." Please visit www.drama34.com to see more of this remarkable man’s work. He truly is a sensation.

Brice Beckham

Brice Beckham

“Mr. Wyler” / Writer / Producer / Editor

Brice Beckham

  “Mr. Wyler” / Writer / Producer / Editor

Brice began his career in the entertainment industry as a child actor, most notably as Wesley T. Owens on the long-running television series “Mr. Belvedere.” In the twenty years that followed he has gone on to act, write, direct and produce for stage and screen, and he is a self-taught editor, illustrator and animator -- Brice created the character of C.L. Fox for “I Hate My 30’s,” and his animated short film Choke Spot Choke was an official selection of Spike & Mike’s Sick and Twisted Festival. Brice and David Fickas met as students at USC and the two have collaborated on nearly every project since, eventually shaping Drama 3/4’s creative voice into what it is today.

Josh Uranga

Josh Uranga

Producer

Josh Uranga

  Producer

Josh Uranga is the amazing producer behind the brilliance of Brice and David.

Leonora Gershman Pitts

Leonora Gershman Pitts

“Sage”

Leonora Gershman Pitts

  “Sage”

Leonora Gershman Pitts is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, where she trained with, and was then a faculty member of, The Atlantic Theater Co. Acting School. Stage credits include The Donkey Show, Last Night of Ballyhoo, and the international hit, Inside Private Lives. Television credits include "Law & Order: SVU," "Boston Public," and Drama 3/4's own "I Hate My 30's." She is co-chair of the Atwater Village Neighborhood Council, but is certain that this is the apex of her political career, given her appearance in "B*ttf*cker." With that in mind, Leonora would like to apologize to her husband, her parents, and her in-laws for her involvement in this film.

Christine Lakin

Christine Lakin

“Skyler”

Christine Lakin

  “Skyler”

Christine Lakin was born January 25th in Dallas, TX and was raised outside Atlanta, GA.  There her love for performing blossomed when, at age 7, she became one of the youngest members of the Atlanta Workshop Players, a local theater company. As a child, Christine starred in dozens of national and regional commercials for top NY advertising firms and made her film debut at age 11 in the TNT civil war drama, The Rose and the Jackal with Christopher Reeve. Shortly thereafter, she landed the role of “Al” Lambert on the popular ABC sit-com Step By Step starring Patrick Duffy and Suzanne Somers, which ran for a successful seven seasons.


After the series finished, Christine dove into independent films such as Jungle Juice (2000) with Christopher Walken, Who’s Your Daddy?, directed by Andy Fickman, and the teen comedy Whatever It Takes (2000), with James Franco, Shane West and Marla Sokoloff. Christine also continued making appearances in television, guest starring on such popular shows as Bones, Sons & Daughters, 3rd Rock From the Sun, CSI:Miami, The Loop, Boston Public, Veronica Mars, 7th Heaven, and Rodney. She also filmed pilots for various networks including Tim Burton’s Lost In OZ (1999) for the WB, The Ruling Class (2001) for FOX/Imagine Television, and Dirty Famous (2005) for VH1.  In 2003 Christine returned to her love of theater originating the roles of Darla/Sissy in the musical Sneaux, opposite Kristin Bell and directed by Andy Fickman. In 2006, Christine played Joanie Cunningham in Garry Marshall’s Happy Days, The Musical at Mr. Marshall’s Falcon Theatre in Toluca Lake. In 2006, she was nominated for an Ovation Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her role as Casey in The Breakup Notebook: A Lesbian Rock Musical, which she originated in LA and won raves at the 2007 NAMT festival in New York. Christine choreographed the west coast premiere of the smash-hit musical Zanna Don’t in 2007, for which she was nominated for an Ovation Award and an LA Drama Critics Circle award. Ms. Lakin is also a proud member of The Troubadour Theater Company and performs with them whenever she can.


In 2004, Christine re-teamed with director Andy Fickman on the Emmy award-winning Reefer Madness for Showtime, which made its premiere at Sundance in 2005 and went on to win the Audience Award at the prestigious Deauville Film Festival. In another independent turn, Christine starred in the award-winning indie In Memory of My Father, alongside Jeremy Sisto, Judy Greer, Monet Mazur, and Matt Keeslar.  Christine is sometimes recognized from the popular 2007 Bud Lite Superbowl commercial featuring a driving couple and a hitchhiker with an ax. The spot went on to garner acclaim from The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Entertainment Weekly.  Christine starred opposite Lindsay Lohan in Garry Marshall’s Georgia Rule, which premiered in May of 2007. The prestigious cast included such talent as Jane Fonda, Felicity Huffman and Dermot Mulroney. Christine was also featured in Disney’s The Game Plan, opposite Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. The film enjoyed 2 consecutive weeks at #1 in the fall of 2007 and went on to make 150 million worldwide. In the fall of 2007, she wrapped the lead in the indie horror-thriller Red Canyon opposite Norman Reedus and signed a holding deal with ABC for the pilot The Owners, created by Fred Goss and Nick Holly.


Christine is the lead in one-half of the title role, The Hottie and The Nottie, opposite Paris Hilton and Joel David Moore, which premiered at Sundance in 2008. That year Christine also had a second movie at Sundance, Chronic Town, opposite Garry Marshall, in which she played a rehab patient.  Most recently, Christine was a series regular on the CW dramedy Valentine, created by Desperate Housewives’ executive producer Kevin Murphy. She has four films coming out in 2009: the sci-fi Super Capers, distributed by Lionsgate; The Wiffler, a mockumentary about the best wiffle ball player in America by Tommy Reid; Electra Luxx, opposite Carla Gugino and Joseph Gordon-Levitt; and Race To Witch Mountain with Dwayne Johnson and AnnaSophia Robb for Disney.


In January 2009, Christine was nominated for an LA Drama Critics Circle award, a GLAAD Award and an LA Weekly Award for “Best Female Comedic Performance” for her work in the stage play, Dog Sees God: Confessions of A Teenage Blockhead at the Hudson Theater. Additionally she was nominated for an LADCC award for her choreography in As U2 Like It at Garry Marshall’s Falcon Theater.  She has also been named one of FHM’s Top 100 sexiest women.
Christine is a UCLA alumnus who graduated Cum Laude with a B.A. in Communications.


Ms. Lakin resides in Los Angeles.

Brooke Allison

Brooke Allison

“Becca"

Brooke Allison

  “Becca"

Brooke has been lucky enough to have been making comedy with the Drama 3/4 team for almost a decade. She knew that when Brice and Dave handed her the B*ttf*cker sketch that she had probably reached the pinnacle of her acting career. Once this piece hit the spacewaves; she wanted to be like Joaquin Pheonix ...retire from acting to focus on her music career. So she and Rachie wrote their first album with Drama 3/4 this year. The J.A.P.S. album "Hold, Please" is available on iTunes. J.A.P.S., much like B*ttf*cker, has a wild and raunchy sense of humor with some funky-ass beats she knows you will love. Download it pronto. And okay....she would rather be like Beyonce than Joaquin.....she wants to do it all. She recently directed a web series that can be seen on MatthewMcConaughey.com, and also directed the DVD "behind the scenes" footage for his recently released film, “Surfer, Dude.” Check it out!!

Pam Cook

Pam Cook

"Mrs. Wyler"

Pam Cook

  "Mrs. Wyler"

Pam Cook likes to do improvisation with her friends. She also likes human bears.

Ric Barbera

Ric Barbera

“Buttfucker Man”

Ric Barbera

  “Buttfucker Man”

Ric Barbera has appeared in such feature films as Overnight, Unearthed, Other People's Parties, Paved with Good Intentions and the Lifetime movie of the week
entitled I Beat Sally Johnson With A Horse Penis. He was seen as Dr. Rod on VH-1's sit-com I Hate My 30's. He has recently written and performed with the sketch comedy group Another Showcase Showdown and also terrorizes The Mens Choir from Austria.  A few of his videos received major Youtube love in the form of The Food Photographer, Secret Jesus and Cursing Fish. He operates his own website that is better than yours:  www.planetric.com.

Neal Lett

Neal Lett

Director of Photography

Neal Lett

  Director of Photography

Kenn Michael

Kenn Michael

Original Score & Sound Design

Kenn Michael

  Original Score & Sound Design

Mickey Meyer

Mickey Meyer

crew / boom operator

Mickey Meyer

  crew / boom operator

Coby Brown

Coby Brown

End Credit Song

Coby Brown

  End Credit Song

"The indie/folk singer/songwriter coated his latest release, "Stars and Curses", with warm organs, tender vocals, biting lyric and often somber but poignant guitar chops that evoke "Mind Games" Lennon to the lighter side of My Morning Jacket. Brown wrote these gems while undergoing cancer treatment, testament to the true spirit of turning ailing ashes to artistic clovers.”  -Hugo Gomez Deli Magazine L.A


Check out Coby out at: myspace.com/cobybrown

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Production Notes

• Buttfucker originated as a sketch in the Drama 3/4 live show "Another Showcase Showdown" or "A.S.S."
• Budget of the film was $500
• The film was shot in the home of cast member Christine Lakin
• No one was actually butt-fucked during the making of the film.
• Director David Fickas has been best friends with Leonora's husband, Scott Pitts, since kindergarten, and is clearly working out some latent hostility towards him with this film.
• Having to cancel shooting several times due to Christine Lakin’s shooting schedule on Valentine was always fun.
• Ric falling asleep (as evidenced by the photo) in his Buttfucker costume on Christine Lakin’s couch. That felt a little dirty, no?•
• Christine Lakin’s boyfriend Andy Fickman in the other room hiding while we made the movie, trying not to make noise.
• Waiting for the sprinklers to turn off so we could shoot. Christine Lakin was also the location manager and therefore ran outside in the wet sprinklers under the house in the dark and shut them off manually. God Bless you Christine!
• Leonora “accidently” taking Mickey’s keys back to her house at 3:00AM and him being stranded at Chrisine’s house. Thanks Lee Lee!
• You gotta love Pam’s various improvs take after take that just got meaner and drunker.
 

Comments (7)

kenyafrinkwater (25th June 2012)
Like it!

elinorruybal (25th June 7204)
Funny!

pmadden5 (10th March 2010)
Now that's funny!

Peter Power (19th February 2010)
Hilarious and ballsy.

gee man (6th April 2009)
someone should send this to those angst ridden whiners at Anyone But Me.

Funny stuff.

Gooch (4th April 2009)
BRILLIANT! Great writing, acting, visuals, sound, music and hell of funny. Perfect, perfect, perfect timing. More please?

JenniPowell (1st April 2009)
Wow. Just...

Yeah.

Happy April One? :)

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