According to the film which is a random collection of similarly themed vignettes written and directed by Ford Austin and starring a small stable of actors in a multitude of roles a "cerebral print" is an image extracted from the brain of a recently deceased extraterrestrial, which shows what happened to the ET minutes before it died. In each vignette the titles range from "Brothuh of Cerebral Print," in which the alien encounters a pimp, to "Cerebral Print Halloween Special," where the alien freaks out and goes on a murder spree because he didnt get a Reeses peanut butter cup the ET (whose only visible parts in each episode are its arms and maybe legs, as the shorts are filmed from the aliens POV) goes through each episode carrying a probe. The ET uses this probe, which looks like a cross between a monster-sized jellybean and a dildo, for "probing" people when he gets angry or upset.
The result of the vignettes is an alien autopsy, tons of ultra-cheesy special "probing" effects and a handful of performers who do little else than run from the alien and his "probe" and shamelessly indulge in extreme over-the-top acting.
Nevertheless, Cerebral Print: The Secret Files is the mark of a creative spirit, and the passion in the production definitely reflects that.
Cerebral Print: The Secret Files will screen June 3-9 at the Vine Theater, located at 6321 Hollywood Blvd., in Hollywood. For screening times and more information, call (323) 463-6819 or visit www.AngryBabyMonkey.com.