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  • Celluloid Soul

    (2017) Fantasy
    A Pirromount Pictures Release
    Starring Lauren Baldwin, Judy Tenuta, Dennis Kinard, Azize Erim, Bill Devlin
    Director of Photography Bruce Heinsius
    Music by Jerry Danielson
    Associate Producer John Ahern
    Written, Produced and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • Rage of Innocence

    (2014) Suspense Thriller
    A Pirromount Pictures Release
    Starring John McCafferty Chelsea Cook Tammy Klein
    and Stef Dawson as “Raven”
    Associate Producer John Ahern
    Director of Photography Bruce Heinsius
    Music by Jerry Danielsen
    Written, Produced and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • The God Complex

    (2009) Comedy 118 minutes
    A Pirromount Pictures Release
    Starring Gust Alexander, Ted Nichelson, Lauren Baldwin
    Music by Marci Katznelson Edited by Mark Pirro
    Associate Producer John Ahern
    Written by Mark Pirro and Andy Guss
    Produced and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • Rectuma

    (2003) Comedy 95 minutes
    A Pirromount Pictures Release
    Starring Bill Devlin, Dani Leon, Alex W. Chen, Tyrone Dubosé
    Music By Andrew Gold Edited by Mark Pirro
    Director of Photography Lee Neville
    Associate Producers Jim Rainey, John Ahern
    Written, Produced and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • Color-Blinded

    (1998) Comedy 93 Minutes
    A Pirromount Productions Release
    Starring Dani Leon, Verda Bridges, Luella Hill and Luke Vitale
    Music by Marky Elfman
    Associate Producers Ron Curtiss Jim Rainey
    Director of Photography Lee Neville
    Production Coordinator John Ahern
    Written, Produced and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • Buford’s Beach Bunnies

    (1992) Comedy 101 Minutes [Director’s Cut]
    Starring Jim Hanks Monique Parent Kitten Natavidad
    Written by Mark Pirro Alan Gries Robyn Sullivent
    Music by Gregg Gross Executive Producer Walter Gernert
    Produced by Andrew Garroni
    Associate Producer Brian Smith
    Directed by Mark Pirro

  • Nudist Colony of the Dead

    (1991) Musical Comedy 90 minutes
    Starring Deborah Stern. Tony Cicchetti. Darwyn Carson
    Director of Photography. Craig Bassuk
    Music by Gregg Gross
    Songs by Gregg Gross. Joyce Mordoh. Mark Pirro
    Produced by Mark Headley.
    Written and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • My Mom’s a Werewolf

    (1989) Comedy 90 Minutes
    Starring Susan Blakely John Saxon John Shuck Ruth Buzzi
    Producer Steven Wolfe
    Executive Producer Marilyn Tenser
    Writer Mark Pirro
    Director Michael Fischa

  • Curse of the Queerwolf

    (1988) comedy – 84 minutes
    A Pirromount Pictures Release
    Starring Mike Palazzolo. Taylor Whitney. Kent Butler
    Director of Photography Bruce Heinsius
    Music by Gregg Gross
    Produced by Mark Pirro and Sergio Bandera
    Written and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • Deathrow Gameshow

    (1987) Comedy 84 Minutes
    A Pirromount Production – A Crown International Pictures Release
    Starring John McCafferty, Robyn Blythe, Beano, Darwyn Carson
    Executive Producers Mark Pirro, Sergio Bandera
    Producer Brian J. Smith Music by Gregg Gross
    Written and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • A Polish Vampire in Burbank

    (1983) Comedy 81 minutes
    A Pirromount Pictures Release
    Starring Mark Pirro Lori Sutton Bobbi Dorsch
    Marya Gant and Eddie Deezen as Sphincter
    Director of Photography Craig Bassuk
    Music by Gregg Gross and Sergio Bandera
    Written, Produced and Directed by Mark Pirro

  • The Spy Who Did it Better

    The Spy Who Did It Better (1979)
    A Pirromount Pictrure
    Starring John McCafferty Jeri Lee Ott Zach Harris Alfie Pearl
    Stunt coordinator Eric Megison
    Music by John Graves and MRC
    Written, Produced and Directed by Mark Pirro

UPDATES

Tom McDonald (very first Pirromount actor) Dies at 60

Mark Pirro    • December 10, 2017


I’m sad to report yet another death in the Pirromount family.  This one hits quite close to home because Tom McDonald, who died December 8th, 2017 of ALS, was literally the one responsible for the formation of Pirromount Pictures.  Let me explain: in 1969, when I was still in junior high in Ithaca, NY, my  [ Read More ]

Early Pirromount actor Conrad Brooks Dies at 86

Mark Pirro    • December 7, 2017


I’m sorry to announce that Conrad Brooks – featured in three Pirromount films, and the last surviving cast member of the Ed Wood cult classic “Plan 9 From Outer Space,” passed away in his home December 6th, 2017. I met Conrad in 1981 as I was just starting my first feature film, A Polish Vampire  [ Read More ]

Pirromount’s Fun With Politics

Mark Pirro    • December 1, 2017


Sometimes, when we’re between feature film projects, we like to reflect on life with short videos.  On December 1st, 2017, President Dotard’s early campaign manager Mike Flynn pled guilty to the felony charge of lying to the FBI, which is another brick dropping in the scandal of the administration of the 1st fake president of  [ Read More ]

12 Days of Trumpmas

Mark Pirro    • November 13, 2017

Music video by Pirromount


Here we are, one year since President Pussygrab started the embarrassmet of America’s standing in the world.  One year since we were able see all the vermin, racists, bigots, misogynists and Xenophobes come out from the shadows and move into the mainstream.  One year since you found out that one or two of your relatives  [ Read More ]

Pirromount offers phone Consultation For Your Film Project

Mark Pirro    • November 9, 2017

phone consultations offered


As you may know, we have been making ultra low budget feature films for a very long time (first film produced in 1983), and we get many emails from young filmmakers asking how we’ve been able to produce films for 35 years without going broke in the process.  Well, the trick has always been to  [ Read More ]

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