Geeks Gone Wild: A documentary about Healthy Obsessions
 

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PRODUCED BY

Andrew Kosarko

Steven Walker

Ann Masi

 

 

LOCATION SOUND BY

Ann Masi

Steven Walker

 

 

CAMERA & EDITING

Steven Walker

 

 

FEATURING
(IN SPEAKING ORDER)

 

Andrew "Anjow" Kosarko

 

Rob "Punish Me" Green

 

Chris "Cyclops" Roth

 

Nicole "Aayla Secura" Wagman

 

Liz "Darth Talon" Wiglesworth

 

Lauren "Do You Win Something?" Affe

 

Randy "Clonetrooping" Taintor

 

Sam "Sexy In A Batsuit" Eidson

 

Kyle “Why Am I On Camera?” Francis

 

John “Man God” Gholson

 

Matt “A T-Shirt Is Not A Costume” Walters

 

David “Wonderboy” Wheeler

 

Pranas “Fanfuck” Naujokaitis

 

Andrew “Cooler Than Them” Sides

 

Errol “I Am Disney’s Bitch” Rich

 

Ben “Not A Fanboy” Famiglietti

 

Pat “He Made Me Come” Palmer

 

Chris “Evil When Dead” Ellis

Rachel “Likes Weird People” St. Pierre

 

“Big Andrew” McClelland

 

Chris “I Want To Have Venom’s Love Child” Todd

 

Joshua “My Hair Just Does This” Jones

 

Richard “High & Rolling” Brandenburg

 

Jacqueline “Think Of The Children” Dowling

 

Erin “Drop That Ho” Benjamin

 

Nick “I Hate Trailers” Brill

 

 

 

MUSIC

 

“Corynorhinus”

Composed by Hanz Zimmer
& James Newton Howard

From the
“Batman Begins”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 2005 Warner Music

 

 

“March of the Villains”

Composed by John Williams

From the
“Superman: The Movie”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 1978 Warner Bros. / Wea

 

 

“Star Wars and the Revenge of the Sith”

Composed by John Williams

From the
“Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 2005 Sony

 

 

“The Fortress Of Solitude”

Composed by John Williams

From the
“Superman: The Movie”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 1978 Warner Bros. / Wea

 

 

“Battle of the Heroes”

Composed by John Williams

From the
“Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 2005 Sony

 

 

“Anakin vs. Obi-Wan”

Composed by John Williams

From the
“Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 2005 Sony

 

 

“The Trip To Earth”

Composed by John Williams

From the
“Superman: The Movie”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 1978 Warner Bros. / Wea

 

 

“Finale”

Composed by Danny Elfman

From the
“Batman”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 1989 Warner Bros. / Wea

 

 

“Batman Theme Reprise”

Composed by Danny Elfman

From the
“Batman”
Original Soundtrack

Copyright © 1989 Warner Bros. / Wea

 

 

 

 

STEVEN WISHES TO THANK

 

Professor Ken Daniel

Dr. Gokhan Ozaysin, Ph.D.

Phil Morales

Roxanne Larson

Manuel Valdivia

The Management and Employees of the
Carmike Wynnsong Theater
in Savannah, Georgia

Panasonic

Avid Editing Systems

The Poor Souls of the
Hamilton Hall Equipment Cage

Donald & Sue Walker

 

 

 

 

STEVEN WISHES TO THANK GRATUITOUSLY

 

Tim Burton

Gerry Conway

Danny Elfman

James Newton Howard

Peter Jackson

Bob Kane

Stan Lee

George Lucas
(For Episodes IV - VI)

Christopher Nolan

Sam Raimi
(For Evil Dead, Darkman, and Spider-Man 2)

George A. Ramero

Steven Spielberg

John Williams

Hans Zimmer

 

 

 

 

STEVEN DOES NOT WISH TO THANK

 

Elvis

Emperor Constantine

The Queen of England

The Pope

The Wachowski Brothers
(You set up Neo to be a God, then reduce
him to a low-rent goth Superman? WTF!?)

Mark Dippe
(There is nothing you can do to atone for
the pure cinematic abortion that is Spawn.
Did you even read the comics, Mark?)

Jonathan Hensleigh
(Seriously, man, your version of Punisher sucked.)

Mark Steven Johnson
(Your heart is in the right place. The director’s
cuts of Daredevil and Ghost Rider have some
wonderful moments...but then Bullseye, who is
supposed to be human in your movie, jumps off
a three story roof and lands without even
twisting an ankle while Daredevil acts like a knife
to the shoulder is somehow mortal! Give me a
frakking break. And let’s not even discuss the
scene in Ghost Rider when Caretaker wastes
his LAST transformation to gallop across
the desert only to flame off before the final
fight and run like a LITTLE BITCH!)

George Lucas
(For Episodes I - III)

Stephen Norrington
(Alan Moore wept. Actually I read he
kinda liked LXG, but his fans wept.)

Sam Raimi
(For Spider-Man 3. I want my money back.
Filming this documentary was the only
thing I liked about that movie.
Next time you feel like breaking
the hearts of comic book fans
everywhere, go jump off a bridge.
A tall one.
Over a freeway.)

Joel Schumacher
(How do you totally frak up
Bane, Mr. Freeze, Poison Ivy and Batgirl
all at the same time?!)

Bryan Singer
(Sorry man, but you reduced X-Men from
a great ensemble piece to the Wolverine Show.
Comic fans have taken this stuff seriously for
years so you get no points just for being the
first director to make the public take notice.
And for the record, a Superman movie should be
sweeping, patriotic and exciting…not plodding,
maudlin, and boring. And if the Kryptonians
were so advanced then why doesn’t the
Fortress of Solitude have a security system?
You really mean any random jackass can waltz
in and ask for the secrets of the universe?
What is the point of having your Visfx team
resurrect Marlon Brando if you are not going
to give him anything new or interesting to do?
Lex Luthor is supposed to be a true genius,
and Jor El should have forced him to prove it.
Also, if a woman is willing to tell lies as big
as “Yeah it’s your baby” and, “No I never
loved him,” then I loose all respect for her
character. For Lois to convince Richard that
it was his baby, she would have had to shack up
with him within two months of her affair with
Superman. You turned Lois Lane into a
lying slut. Not that I’m bitter.)

Anyone Who Answers Their Phone In A Theater
(You know who you are. I’m good friends
with Lucifer and he assures me that
there is a special room in Hell
reserved just for you.)

p.s. If you are on this list,
don’t take it personally.
If I met any of you in person
I would totally geek out.

p.p.s. Except for people who answer
their phones in theaters. You
are why they make tasers.

 

 

 

 

ANJOW WOULD LIKE TO THANK

 

God and Jesus
(Just cuz I don't believe it would be possible
without you and because I wanted to make sure
you know that I don't believe what those church
ladies told me that day that I was going to hell
because I wore a lot of Batman clothes and
that I was engaging in idolism.)

Mom & Dad
(Even though you believe I have issues
you still buy me Batman stuff when you come
across it. Thank you guys for raising me right
and believing in me enough to sink all this
money into college. I'm forever indebted
to you for your love and support.)

Gibby & Poppy
(For being my backup support system.
Giving me advice when I needed it most
and always being there for me. Not to
mention giving me badass cooking abilities.)

Rebecca and Kelsey
(The two women I would do anything for.
Thank you for being the best sisters
a brother could have.)

Steven and Ann
(For putting up with my geekdom
before, during and after filming.)

Ken Daniel
(For thinking I was crazy but guiding me
into making a film that people would like.)

Buddy, Eric D, Lucas, Evil Eric,
Matt the Joker, Rainwater and DTM
(More than just my best friends, you guys are my
brothers. And especially Matt the Joker for this
documentary. Freshman year you reminded me
that it's OK to be a Geek. Thank you schteeves.)

Bob Kane and Bill Finger
(For creating Batman......'nough said.)

Tim Burton, Christopher Nolan,
David Goyer and Bruce Timm
(For the best Batman portrayals I've ever seen.)

Filmmakers that have brought geeks to the
forefront of the cultural world. I respect
you all......even though sometimes you may miss
the mark in capturing a comic book on film.

Special Thanks to;
All my friends at SCAD who still hang out
with me even though I'm the "Batman Kid"
Master Tony Melo, Jennifer melo,
Grandmaster Robert Cheezic, Tia Josef,
Willie Maze, Sue Maze, Doug Maze, Scott Corn,
Jason Corn, Master Joe Barbara,
Master Todd Deutsch, Master Jeff Albright
and all my students at IMA-West Haven.
Bill "Jett" Raimey, MirandaFox,
Batman11, Ryan227, Karlos, TWK,
Ultimate Gizzard, Baptist, 6Joker9 and all
the people at Batman-on-Film, SuperHeroHype.
and www.JowForums.tk

p.s. Anjow is currently single and looking.
Get at me ladies.......lol

 

 

 

 

ANJOW WOULD NOT LIKE TO THANK

 

Joel Schumacher
(I'm pretty sure you know why already.
I'd like to send you-ah to dah coolah pal.)

Mysterio and Juangi on SHH and DamienDark
(for being debbie downers all the time.)

Girls who wear fuzzy Uggs boots.
(Sorry, you just look like an idiot.)

Sororities, Fraternities and
other beer guzzling cult organizations.
(Get a job.)

Those kids with the built in
wheels on their shoe. Stay away from
Anjow or I will clothes line your ass.
I don't care if you're 7.

Adam West
(You're not, nor never will
be Batman dude. Give it up.)

 

 

 

 

This Documentary Was Produced At:

The Savannah College of Art and Design
Spring - Fall 2007


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