Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke is an adaptation of the 1962 French short La Jetée starring Luther "Uncle Luke" Campbell of 2 Live Crew.
Told through a series of art installations, the film recounts Luke's rise to fame as he changes the face of hip-hop, fights for first amendment rights, and ushers Miami into a golden era of peace and prosperity as mayor. Everything changes when a nuclear meltdown turns Miami into a radioactive wasteland filled with mutants, and Luke is the only survivor.
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Rubber Bordello is a silent, black-and-white fetish film set to a ragtime soundtrack by Fat Mike of NOFX.
The jesting sticks mostly to the song titles, such as "Citizen Caned" and "Bitch Cassidy."
"Butch Cassidy is one of the characters in the film," Fat Mike explains. "They sodomize him and start calling him Bitch Cassidy. The song 'Fucking Machine Gun Etiquette' is a play on the Damned song 'Machine Gun Etiquette,' and there is a scene that has a fucking machine. We got one that's framed in wood so it looks real old-school and fits perfect with the movie." [source]