Spooky Spooky Scary Scary is the latest and most polished of the Chuck and Dexter short films, however in keeping with Lovecraftian tradition, some of their films are older and far less civilized. Before Spooky Spooky Scary Scary, Chuck and Dexter shorts were filmed without a script -- the story was roughly outlined and the dialogue was improvised. Please enjoy these Chuck and Dexter's ancient and savage shorts.
Antiques Roadshow: Arkham, MA
Not technically a part of the Chuck and Dexter universe, Antiques Roadshow: Arkham, MA stars Chuck & Dexter creators Joseph Scrimshaw and Tim Uren in a hilarious satire of Antiques Roadshow. Performed live at CONvergence by Soylent Theater.
Cthulhu for President 2004
Chuck and Dexter have a big day of campaigning for Cthulhu planned. The stars are right for the great Cthulhu to finally take office where he will end all war and religious divides, end poverty and inequality, stop government corruption and stop taxes. With a platform like that, how could Chuck and Dexter possibly fail to get their candidate on the ballot?
Below is the "Rally Release" short version of the Cthulhu for President. The full version ran about 45 minutes and included their entire day of campaigning, from picking up Mike the Mi-Go, to trying to hunt down a sacrifice, to getting unspeakable things for Mom.
It's the Great Cthulhu Chuck & Dexter
In this Charlie Brown satire Chuck and Dexter go to the most sincere beach in Massachusetts to wait for the great Cthulhu to rise and reward his true believers with presents.
It is interesting to note that It's the Great Cthulhu Chuck & Dexter was filmed during an actual lightning storm. Those aren't special effects!