It Came From Kuchar (2009)
Starting as teenagers in 1950s New York, twin sibling filmmakers George and Mike Kuchar helped define the underground cinema movement--which included fellow outsider auteurs Kenneth Anger, Jack Smith, and Andy Warhol--with their weirdly campy and lurid "no budget" works. Clips from such Kuchar movies as "Hold Me While I'm Naked" and "Sins of the Fleshapoids," plus interviews with the brothers and such fans as Atom Egoyan, Wayne Wang, and John Waters offer a glimpse into their unique aesthetic. 86 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; bonus footage.