Psychotronic Film Festival returns with weeklong lineup of offbeat, indie, quirky movies (trailers embedded)

The 9th annual Psychotronic Film Festival runs from Sunday, Jan. 22 to Saturday, Jan. 28 at Muse Arts Warehouse here in Savannah.

Click here for information on the schedule, location, tickets, and all the other particulars on the Psychotronic Film Society of Savannah site.

Click here for coverage in the Savannah Morning News.

Click here for coverage in Connect Savannah.

Here’s a single video previewing films throughout the festival:

Savannah’s 9th Annual Psychotronic Film Fest Trailer! from The PFS of SAV on Vimeo.

PFF founder and programmer Jim Reed has assembled a diverse lineup this year with a number of films premiering in Georgia or the Southeast.

With so much information about the films available at those various links above (especially the official festival site), I’m just going to embed the trailers or clips of the films that stand out the most to me after spending some time with the schedule. I hope to catch a few of these this week, especially Chico & Rita and Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone.

The trailer for Chico & Rita:

The Scarlet Worm:

Fred and Vinnie:

A clip from the uber ridiculous sign language vampire flick Deafula:

The documentary Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone:

Blast of Silence (“This is New York City, with its fancy women, and its fancy hoodlums”):

Small Town Murder Songs:

And The Room, which any number of reviewers consider one of the worst movies ever: