Did We Get Ripped Off?


by Mark Pirro    • September 19, 2019

Awhile back, it was brought to our attention that there is a Japanese movie being distributed by Warner Brothers that looks dangerously close to our film, Celluloid Soul. We posted our first synopsis and trailer around mid-2016. This Japanese film, which is entitled “Tonight at the Romance Theater” started posting their trailer around 2018, when  [ Read More ]

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A Brief Rundown of Pirromount Films


by Mark Pirro    • September 3, 2019

From 1978 to today, we’ve been producing ultra low budget films for the home video market, cable television and now streaming media. We’ve produced 10 feature films and several shorts, with hopefully a few more on the horizon. Here is a brief sampling of the features we’ve done over the years all rolled up into  [ Read More ]

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COLOR-BLINDED TURNS 21


by Mark Pirro    • August 24, 2019

Color-Blinded, our racial bending romantic comedy produced in 1998 turns 21 this year. That means it’s finally old enough to drink. The first and only Pirromount film to be shot on Hi8 Video, when the format was coming of age, stars Dani Leon, Verda Bridges, Luke Vitale, Luella Hill, and Tyrone Dubose’. The movie can  [ Read More ]

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Celluloid Soul – Behind the scenes slide show


by Mark Pirro    • July 19, 2019

This is a little behind the scenes from our 2017 Romantic Fantasy film, “Celluloid Soul.”

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Writing the next Pirromount Opus


by Mark Pirro    • June 18, 2019

I won’t deny it. Scriptwriting is not easy. In fact, to me, making the movie is the easy part. Writing and distributing are the toughest part of the filmmaking process. So, with that being said, here I am, writing away on not one, not two not three or even four, but five screenplays for our  [ Read More ]

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New “Celluloid Soul” poster for distribution


by Mark Pirro    • May 17, 2019

The distribution company that has picked up “Celluloid Soul” decided to make a new version of the poster. As you may recall, my version suggested a bit more of a drama. This version appears to look a little more like a quirky comedy. Since distribution is not my strong suit, I guess we’ll just accept  [ Read More ]

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New Celluloid Soul Trailer


by Mark Pirro    • March 18, 2019

Our latest film, Celluloid Soul, has been picked up by a company called “Green Apple Entertainment.” They had requested a shorter trailer for the movie, so we created this one.

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Our latest film, Celluloid Soul, has been picked up by a company called “Green Apple Entertainment.” They had requested a shorter trailer for the movie, so we created this one.

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A CGI SAMPLING


by Mark Pirro    • February 11, 2019

Some of you have asked how we did the black and white effect in our film “Celluloid Soul.” There were many different processes to achieve this effect – some high tech, some low tech. Although we used various techniques throughout the movie, here are two examples of what we did.

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Christmas With The Trumps


by Mark Pirro    • December 16, 2018

This is a video we made in 2016 with comedian Judy Tenuta as Mrs. Malaria Trump.  It’s a sweet tribute to America’s first family of fuck ups, President Pussygrab and his wife as they enter life in the White House.

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New Celluloid Soul Review


by Mark Pirro    • November 27, 2018

Not bad, not stellar.  Film Threat chimes in on our 2017 fantasy film, Celluloid Soul.  There are parts of the film that the reviewer liked, and there are parts of the film that the reviewer wasn’t all that keen about.  Naturally, when you make a movie with no budget, you open yourself up to all  [ Read More ]

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New Deathrow Gameshow review


by Mark Pirro    • October 17, 2018

Since Deathrow Gameshow got re-released in 2016 by Vinegar Syndrome, we’ve been finding new reviews popping up here and there.  Here is a new one by a site called “Noiseless Chatter.”  I have to say one thing.  The reviews from 2016 forward have been a lot more pleasant than the reviews from 1987.  I wonder  [ Read More ]

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Working on Sharknado 6


by Mark Pirro    • July 18, 2018

We haven’t posted much here lately because we’ve been working on Sharknado 6 (AKA “The Last Sharknado”). Good friend and longtime Pirromount alumnus, Glenn Campbell has been the visual effects supervisor on all the Sharknado films, and he had me come in last year to work on Sharknado 5. Since this current one has a  [ Read More ]

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The Trey Gowdy Show


by Mark Pirro    • July 18, 2018

Did anyone watch the hearing of FBI agent Peter Strzok from July 12th? Yes, it was yet another embarrassment to the Republican party and this dysfunctional government, but as if it wasn’t funny enough, I made an observation which made it seem even funnier. This was a little video we put together after it dawned  [ Read More ]

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  We’re pleased to announce that our 2017 film, Celluloid Soul, was featured at this year’s Los Angeles Independent Film Showcase Film Festival in Beverly Hills.  The film screened on Wednesday, May 18th, at 9:45pm.  Celluloid Soul stars Lauren Baldwin, Dennis Kinard, Bill Devlin and comedian Judy Tenuta.

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This is a commercial produced by Pirromount Pictures for a delicious product called Real Good Pizzas and Enchiladas.  The video stars Pirromount stable players Bill Devlin, Lauren Baldwin and Ron Curtiss.

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Stormy Daniels Blues


by Mark Pirro    • April 30, 2018

We have a president who has a pretty dissatisfied wife, and she is looking for any excuse she can to get out.  Here we have comedian Judy Tenuta as our first lady Melaria Trump singing the Stormy Daniels Blues.

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Rectuma actor Robert Clements Dies


by Mark Pirro    • April 12, 2018

  Robert Clements, the actor who played Waldo Williams’ co-worker M.C. (inventor of the Rapolator) in our 20o3 comedy Rectuma, died Monday, April 10th, 2018 in Los Angeles.  Word is that Robert suffered a stroke about three years ago and never fully recovered. Although we only worked with Robert the one time for Rectuma, his  [ Read More ]

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Pirromount’s New Commercial


by Mark Pirro    • April 6, 2018

So what do we do when we’re between feature films?  What do we do when we are out of ideas for new movies?  Why, we shoot commercials, of course.  We just finished shooting a new commercial for a product called “Real Good Food’s Pizza and Enchiladas,” utilizing Pirromount regulars Bill Devlin (Rectuma, Rage of Innocence),  [ Read More ]

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A new “God Complex” review


by Mark Pirro    • February 23, 2018

There’s a website that’s been reviewing a few of my later films.  They just posted a review of my Biblical comedy, “The God Complex.”  As I imagine most of you know, The God Complex is a comedy based on some of the more popular stories of the Bible.  This film was very popular at some  [ Read More ]

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Celluloid Soul – First mini review


by Mark Pirro    • February 10, 2018

As our 2017 feature film, Celluloid Soul, starts making its way around the festival circuit, it has received its first review.  It’s from a website called “SearchMyTrash.”  Not the most inviting title, but we take whatever publicity we can get.  Naturally, as a new film circulates around the festival world, there will be good comments  [ Read More ]

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New Interview with Director Mark Pirro


by Mark Pirro    • February 8, 2018

Filmmaker Mark Pirro was interviewed recently for a website called “Search My Trash.”  The interview has a series of questions and answers, and covers most of Pirro’s films right up to his most recent: Celluloid Soul. As always, Pirro is quite candid in his anecdotes regarding his 35 plus years in the ultra low budget  [ Read More ]

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Mohahappy New Year. The Mighty Muslim Prophet Returns for 2018


by Mark Pirro    • January 4, 2018

The Mighty Mohahappy T. Prophette makes his triumphant return for 2018 in his newest rant condemning…who else…President Dumbfuck 45.  Mo has lived a happy life in retirement since he last offered his pearls of wisdom, but you can’t keep a good prophet down and we should have suspected that his return was imminent.  In a  [ Read More ]

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Tom McDonald (very first Pirromount actor) Dies at 60


by 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 ]

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Early Pirromount actor Conrad Brooks Dies at 86


by 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 ]

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