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The Captain Harlock Archives

The Ozone Commandos, the Comic Book

The Ozone Commandos Go to Hell

A Hoax Unveiled: The Christian Crusade to Stamp Out Science Fiction

Upcoming CPF projects

What the FAQ is Corn Pone Flicks?

Get a clue! A note from Matt regarding CPF's fansubs

How to get on our bad side...a history of obnoxious rulebreakers

A quick rant from Eileen

This whole live-action vs. anime film thing

Do You Think You'd Like to Have a Blockbuster Up Your Ass?

CPF Main Page

CPF Filmography

CPF Bios

How to contact CPF

Other Links/Fave Places

Anime Hell

Anime Weekend Atlanta

Lather's Blather, The Super-Hyper-Mega-Podcast

Anime Central

Mark's Record Reviews


Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal

Creationism vs. Science

Scientology, World's Stupidest Religion

Bad Religion

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the World


The CPF Times

Corn Pone Flicks Unveils second episode of CPF Reviews

Corn Pone Flicks skewers Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County, along with the credulous public that swallowed it.

Ozone Commandos Part One Completed!!!!!

After an absolutely ludicrous seventeen years in production, part one (that's right; seventeen years for half of the film) of The Ozone Commandos has been completed. The premiere showing occurred at Anime Weekend Atlanta on September 20th, 2009. Watch the film right here:

What the hell is this film, you ask? Read more....

CPF Shorts Disc Finally Finished

After longer than seems truly necessary, the first DVD collection of Corn Pone Shorts has been completed, featuring commentary tracks and other bonus features. To find out how to get a copy, go here.

To see more of our films, check out the selection on the Major Films and Shorts sections.

The Ozone Commandos want YOU...

...to read about their exciting and misanthropic adventures! Yes, the original comic book that the long-belated movie is based upon is now available for consumption right here on cornponeflicks.org, because it's so much easier than printing and binding copies to mail out. If you just can't take the cliff-hangery ending of the film, you can totally get spoiled on the outcome. Three issues are up for thrill-a-minute reading right here, and their final adventure can be found here.

This page lists everything we have made, not everything that is presently available. Right now, only films that have been converted to DVD or are up for download can be gotten from us, and all films so available are marked accordingly. This is very simple, so don't pretend that it isn't.

Presently available for order on DVD:

Star Dipwads: Arrivederci Human Race and A Star Dipwads Christmas double DVD (About this title)

UFO Robo Grandizer vs Great Mazinger and
Mazinger Z vs Devilman double DVD (About this title)

Corn Pone Shorts Volume 1 DVD, covering short films from 1989-1997

Also, check out the ever-growing CPF film reviews section, updated usually once a week. Or, you know, less.


Welcome to www.cornponeflicks.org!

We're ready and basically willing to receive all of your CPF acquisition needs. Feel free to browse through the new and up-to-date Filmography and Bios.  And don't forget to find out how to obtain copies of Corn Pone Flicks' stupidass movies for your own bad self.

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"Baby Shaker" Idea Pilfered From CPF Brain Trust

In a completely bizarre turn of events, a fake news article posted on this site earlier in 2009 concerning a made-up Iphone game about shaking virtual babies to death actually made an appearance from a legitimate vendor just a few months later, in what had to have been one of the most wholly retarded marketing moves in recent history. Predictably, the actual controversy arising mirrored the fictional controversy described in our article, and the product didn't last too long.

How does shit like this happen? Who cribs product ideas from this idiotic website? Was it really stolen, or was it actually conceived independently within the space of a few months by some completely separate group of insensitive dorks? Who can ever prove it, sue them and make tons of money? Probably not me, but a guy can dream.

CPF Times Runs Story on Actual News Event

"This event has no precedent" says webmaster.

In a remarkable first-time occurrence, the above article about the "Baby Shaker" game is not shit made up to fill this page, but rather describes an event which occurred in the real world. "This is completely unexpected," remarked regular contributor Matt Murray. "I find this very disconcerting. If this trend were to continue, people might begin to expect actual, useful information from this site, instead of randomly concocted crap the likes of which real, respectable news media bombard us with regularly. I find the idea of being reliable overwhelmingly wearying."

Mr. Murray was last seen hunched over a desk, trying to type up some spurious tripe about heavily-armed toads coming up from Florida.

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Leper Jim Remarks "Huh?"

Jim (AP Newswire)

Despite having appeared to comment on various CPF-related matters here for the last fourteen years, director Leper Jim has been conclusively demonstrated to be a fictional character from CPF's worst film, and not a real person at all. Jim smoked a doobie and seemed to take it in stride.

Here's a quick guide to what the site is all about:

First, this News page here will contain important information regarding the site, and the very latest from the CPF crew themselves. Commonly read (we hope) editorials, instruction pages, special reports, and links to other sites are referenced in the far left sidebar.

The Filmography page contains a listing of all of Corn Pone Flicks' projects in a list form. Clicking on a title from the list pops up a window with exquisite detail about each work, some of which is even true. The Filmography page also includes a link to up-to-date information regarding upcoming CPF projects.

The About CPF page contains biographical and other information about the cast of characters that makes up the gestalt of zaniness known as Corn Pone Flicks.

The Contact page is VERY VERY important. It includes ALL THE DETAILS about how one should contact Corn Pone Flicks and request copies of their films. Please, please read this section carefully! The CPF elder gods are extremely busy and following these guidelines helps immensely when it comes to the time it takes to get tapes done. If you're a dumbass, please get someone who's not to handle the contact arrangements.

The CPF Reviews page contains all the info you need on what films you ought to like or dislike in order to be at all cool.

The Captain Harlock Archives is our newest section, providing all the info you ever wanted to know about Captain Harlock and related series, buttressed between mounds of trivia you never cared about knowing. If you read something elsewhere that seems to contradict what you read in here, it's only because the other source is wrong.

The CPF Mailing List is a place to go to if you want to blather about our crap (or at least listen to us do so) and/or ask questions and such. Someday, one of the fifty-odd current members who aren't actually in CPF might actually ask some, so be there when it happens!!

The CPF F.A.Q. contains additional info the curious reader might wish to peruse regarding what we do and why. So don't say we never talk to you.