Hitmen, Clowns, Leprechauns, Living Suits, Killer Doughnuts and Angry Street Cleaners can all be seen in Filmmaker Chris Mancini’s MYOPIC VISIONS. With a unique vision of Science Fiction and Comedy, this compilation presents all of Chris’ award winning short films in one place for the first time.
The films have played such prestigious festivals as Slamdance, HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts, London Sci Fi Film Festival, and many others.

The Sci Fi Channel also presented Chris the “The Future of Film” Filmmaker award and aired his award winning short film SKINS, which The Museum of Television and Radio archived as an “Important Short Film.
Numerous luminaries have helped out with this compilation including comedians and actors from HBO’s Mr. Show, Everybody Loves Raymond, Babylon 5, The Brady Bunch Movies, and Emmy award winning composer Gary Stockdale provided numerous original scores.


…an example of the kind of work film students should strive to be able to make. They should set their sights on Mancini not Spielberg or Lucas. Every filmmaking student should watch this DVD…  Educational Media Reviews Online

…truly an interesting and fun collection? a great combination of writing, directing, and casting.  Shotgun Reviews.com

The acting, writing, and production quality are first class.  I enjoyed all of these unusual stories!   Sandy Zimmerman, Tribune Media Group

A Director to watch.  Chris Gore, Filmthreat

Rating: 5 out of 5   Jive Magazine

…an effectively realized creative flair and a strong feel for both physical and verbal comedy.  DVD Laser Disc Newsletter

Chris Mancini makes wicked cool short films.  Teller (of Penn and Teller)

Sharp short films full of handsome, funny people.  Patton Oswalt


It’s out, in various places around the world, just not in the US.  The only time a studio managed to ruin the same movie twice.  A SWAT Team must investigate Demonic Possession at an insane asylum.  Stars Stephen Rea.  But for now, here’s the trailer. Looks good, right? Sadly, the movie is not. For the full story, listen to the Comedy Film Nerds Podcast Episode 219