When Rick hooks up his family’s TV set with inter-dimensional cable, not only are they able to watch TV from across the multiverse, but they are able to see themselves in alternate universes!
Featuring the death of some of our most beloved Transformers characters, this animated movie’s grim, realistic, and shocking approach to the TV show made it worthy of greatness on so many levels. There’s even a gigantic sentient transforming cyber-planet who devourers other planets for food!
Trapped in a video game-esque world, teams of people are sent in to hunt horrific, unimaginable monsters that plague real life Tokyo. Fail in the given time limit and the whole team dies, but succeed and they earn points which can be used to upgrade equipment, resurrect team members, or even escape the game.
Featuring breathtaking action scenes, this animated Samurai movie follows the adventures of a warrior who tries to protect a boy and his dog from a band of ruthless swordsmen from the Ming Dynasty as they make their way to a Buddhist Temple.
When the bounty hunter crew of the spaceship Bebop goes on a hunt to track down a terrorist who has unleashed a new pathogen on the capital city of Mars, they find themselves faced with an enemy that could prove to be their deadliest prey yet.
Once again the Golden Knight must answer the call to protect the kingdom when a powerful relic known as the Zirkel’s Ring falls into the hands of a horror who resides in the fallen Vazelia Kingdom.
Seeking to turn human again, the vampire Koyomi has reluctantly taken on a quest to help revive the legendary vampire Kiss-Shot to her full immoral power. The real dilemma, however, is that when he does, will she just tear him to pieces…or worse? Stunning animation with plenty of blood and super violence. What more could one ask for?
This brilliant animated movie is set in a world where the dwindling human population has built giant walls around their cities as protection from giant naked titans (with no dick pieces) who attack and eat them whenever given the chance.
Set in a distant post-apocalyptic future, a young woman being hunted by a powerful vampiric lord hires a vampire hunter known as D to protect her. Considered to be one of the greatest classics in anime film, this horror movie still holds up to this day.
This movie is one of the best movies ever made, period! It is full of adventure, excitement, suspense, traps, treasure maps, pirate ships, car chases, and bank robbers. All set around a cast of characters who are basically Juggalos, aka Goonies
You just couldn’t show a bunch of retro classic movies without including this one. When a teenager from 1985 is accidentally set 30 years in the past in a time traveling DoLorean, he must enlist the aid of his mentor from that time, who is the only one smart enough to figure out how to send him back.
The skateboarding, dancing, pizza loving Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles exploded into popularity in the late ‘80s, which led to this superhero action film. When New York City comes under attack by Shredder and his Foot Clan, the turtles come to the rescue…we are not going to say it….no…ahhh fuck it….COWABUNGA DUDE!
A group of parapsychologists form their own ghost extermination business as ghost sightings throughout New York city start to become more frequent. Just when they start to get the hang of their new high-tech equipment, all hell breaks loose, resulting in the evil entity known as “Gozer” entering our world in all his marshmallowy goodness.
Directed by Tim Burton, this superhero action movie featuring everyone’s favorite caped crusader is considered to be one of the greatest Batman movies ever made. Of particular note is Jack Nicolson’s wig flipping portrayal of the villainous Joker role, which people are still talking about to this day.
After 15 years of being stranded on a remote world by captain James T. Kirk, the genetically enhanced super solider known as Khan starts to weave an intricate web to exact his revenge. He is well matched, however, because the always innovative crew of the Enterprise may just have a few tricks up their sleeves to come out ahead. This is the best Star Trek movie ever made!!!
When a distant terraforming colony known as Hadley’s Hope goes “dark,” with all communication lost, a group of Marines is assembled and sent in to investigate. What they encounter is beyond their worst imagining as all their combat experience is put to the ultimate test against a nightmarish alien threat.
These three short “horror” films written by Violent J and Jumpsteady were intended to be pitched to various networks as a pilot. The premise was that each episode would contain stories loosely based on ICP songs. Unfortunately, the project turned out like butt, so it was scrapped.
This is for sure one of the dopest events and an exclusive at the DCG CON! Back in the early ‘90s the Psychopathic Records crew were into making homemade movies just for the fun of it. Here, being presented for the first time ever, are some of these ultra-rare films! They are poor quality to be sure, but feature funny ass performances by ICP, Jumpsteady, Alex Abbiss, Billy Bill, Nathaninja, and Tall Jess, to name a few. These films will be presented in the following order: Lets Go Bargain (41 min) / Tiger Justice (29 min) / Jon Meyer Show 2 (39 min) / Jon Meyer Show 3 (43 min) / and The Big Silva Documentary (28 min). Don’t sleep on your chance to peep this back-in-the-day freshness, homie!
This documentary put out in 1998 captures a moment in time that is forever treasured by those that experienced it. It features cameos, candid interviews, and the first music videos ICP ever made. So, kick back and enjoy this nostalgic trip as you witness the magic of the Dark Carnival unfold in this super dope Juggalo classic!
This super hilarious show features ICP as they critique music videos, pictures, and YouTube clips. Showcased here are all 8 episodes of season 1, with the following celebrity guests: Vanilla Ice, Gilbert Gottfried, Jim Norton, Coolio, Tom Green, Scott Hall, Big Jay Oakerson, and Godfrey. To quote ICP: “Opinions are like assholes. Come check out ours on ICP Theater.”