88 m.p.h – Straight back to 2007

External hard drives are full of mystery. They hold valuable information and die sudden, tragic, deaths. They remind us that nothing lasts forever. They occasionally serve us well and are knick-named as a result of the familiarity of consistent use. They also have secrets.

Sean recently unearthed a series of short-short films hidden deep (talking three folders deep) on a hard drive of his own. They were the result of one day Ithaca, NY day in 2007. The Whiteman Brothers had just completed The Disgusting Little Shiver and Sean was moving to Indianapolis. They decided to take a walk and shoot some short films before he went. Davey Whitney joined them later on.

The first short film (re-assembled from original footage and the directors’ extensive notes) is called: THE SUNSET UPSET.


Christof’s short film EGG REPLACER is currently participating in the Kuchar Brothers’ It Came From YOU Contest. To watch click here. After watching (and critiquing without mercy) you can vote for it.

Now, remember, voting is democracy. Not voting is basically a white flag and a slap to the face of our Grandparents. The same honorable men who fought in a war so that we can enjoy things like Teletubbies. Vote now!



The 1994 Jan de Bont thriller – SPEED – said it best: “Pop Quiz, superstud! Do not go under 55 or GBOOOM! GAME OVER, buddy!

Well, we here at the Whiteman Brothers admit that, yes, we dipped below 55 m.p.h. a year or so back. As a result the website simply got blown to pieces.

Well we’re back! And with a new, easier to maintain, website – thanks to our BEST BUD Scott Carver. The 1997 Jan de Bont thriller SPEED 2: CRUISE CONTROL said it best: “55 miles-per ain’t a problem anymore. No way, Hotshot! Now just try to stop this giant fucking boat! Well, how about that? Do you feel lucky…punk?