Written and Directed by Peter Vack
Starring Peter Vack, Betsey Brown, Jack Dunphy, Patrick LaBella, Jane Brown, Ron Brown, Eileen Dietz
ON DVD, ITUNES, CABLE AND DIGITAL VOD ON OCTOBER 24th
Uncensored Trailer Now Available: Watch it HERE
- David Ehrlich, INDIEWIRE
“Sometimes a movie is made which pushes the boundaries of decency & artistry to breaking point. Such films truly make us wonder which vulgar mind conjured them up and decided to commit their depraved thoughts to celluloid.” - Emily Browne, MOVIEPLOT.COM “One of the most bizarre, original, and flat-out gross films you'll ever see.”
- Curt Oglesbee, NIGHTMARISH CONJURINGS
"Shades of deceptive brilliance throughout...much kudos to Peter Vack and the entire cast/crew for making the kind of art that many others wouldn't even dare to."
- TALK FILM SOCIETY
Synopsis: Adah and Aaron are sober drug addicts who meet in their psychoanalyst's waiting room. They have sex, discover they share an anal fetish, relapse on poppers, conjure a demon, and kill Adah's brother. When their faces turn into Assholes, Adah's parents stage a reality show intervention to get the couple sober again.
Genre: ComedyTRT: 74 Minutes
About Peter Vack: Peter Vack is an actor and filmmaker from New York City. Vack was the lead on Doug Liman’s cult series I Just Want My Pants Back for MTV and is on Amazon Studio’s Golden Globe winning Mozart In The Jungle, starring Gael Garcia Bernal, Lola Kirke and Malcolm McDowell and created by Jason Schwartzman, Roman Coppola, and Paul Weitz. As an actor, Peter’s recent film roles include: Natalia Leite’s MFA (SXSW 2017), Leah Meyerhoff’s I Believe in Unicorns (SXSW 2014), Hannah Fidell’s 6 Years (SXSW 2015), Clay Liford’s Slash (SXSW 2016) Sara Violet Bliss and Charles Rodgers’s Fort Tilden (Winner Narrative Feature Competition SXSW 2014), Harrison Atkin’s Lace Crater (TIFF 2015), Celia Rowlson-Hall’s Ma (Venice 2015) and Nancy Meyer’s The Intern starring Robert DeNiro and Anne Hathaway. As writer/director, Vack was named an RBC's Emerging Storyteller at IFP's Independent Film Week and a Sundance Institute Feature Film Fellow for his feature screenplay www.rachelormont.com, which received the Zygmunt and Audrey Wilf Foundation Award also through the Sundance Institute Feature Film Program. His award winning short film Send screened at over a dozen film festivals including SXSW and AFI Fest. Vack’s debut feature film Assholes premiered at SXSW in 2017 where it won the inaugural Adam Yauch Hornblower award.