Enter the Bassett

Finally, the long awaited re-release of “Enter the Bassett” is here!

This vintage martial arts parody is cut into webisodes available by clicking on the links below.

You can go one link at a time or, once in YouTube to the right of the screen, click on “more from peterssky” and it will list the same links:

Here are a few reviews for the feature when it came out.

Enter the Bassett is destined to become a cult classic.” – Hollywood Reporter

“Just the ticket for the cult fave sweepstakes Wacky!” -Variety

“This really is a funny movie! Breaks new ground, as well as several noses.” -Park Record, Festival Issue, Park City, Utah (United States Film & Video Festival / Sundance Film Festival)

Please help it realize its destiny by sending this link to everyone you know and, if so moved, writing a comment on YouTube.

Keep watching this post. I will update the video links as they are uploaded.

Finally, technology and a new venue have arisen to teach the old dog new tricks.

The final webisode is the complete credits. Film is a cooperative endeavor. Every person listed was essential to making this film what it is.

Thanks for watching!

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16 Responses to “Enter the Bassett”

  1. barbara Says:

    Great. Do you have it all or just this? It was a really good film and it would still make a good film today. Wow.

  2. Dave Says:

    Great stuff! Funny and well-done, film-wise. Definitely not medium-rare or half-baked.

  3. Diane Says:

    I had forgotton how much fun this is, Can’t wait to see the rest

  4. Debbie Selbst Says:

    Howard is more than thrilled. You made his summer. I loved watching it again too. What a well filmed and written movie! Thanks for sharing it with us. 😉

  5. David Says:

    Just saw number one!!! Where have you been hiding this brilliant
    work? Masterpiece theater should have it so good!! What a hoot!!
    Makes me feel like getting stoned or maybe I just feel stoned from
    watching the Bassett! Long live the Bassett!!!!

  6. Christine Says:

    Great job Peter!

  7. Mel Lique Says:

    David,
    Are you fucking kidding me? Masterpiece fucking theater? The music is pretty damn good but everything else blows. My dead grandmother could direct a better film than this. In fact, if you have funding I might dig her up.
    Thanks for sharing Peter:)

  8. peter Says:

    Damn, Mel, I thought I was channeling your grandmother when I did it. Besides, the money spent on Bassett wouldn’t cover disinterment costs.

  9. Chris Says:

    As the Irish would say: “Peter we’ll buy you stout all night if you keep makin’ these fuckin’ hilarious movies! Fuckin’ too funny, lad! You have a wild Irish sense of irony and a great storyteller eye through yer camera eye! Even Oscar wasn’t this wild!” Thanks again! Keep up the good work.

  10. Arrendondo Says:

    Howard is more than thrilled. You made his summer. I loved watching it again too. What a well filmed and written movie! Thanks for sharing it with us. ;)…

  11. Veruska Says:

    WOW! Wonderful, awesome, Great screenplay. Beautiful as well. Thank-you sooo much.

  12. Gianna Says:

    Just saw number one!!! Where have you been hiding this brilliant
    work? Masterpiece theater should have it so good!! What a hoot!!
    Makes me feel like getting stoned or maybe I just feel stoned from
    watching the Bassett! Long live the Bassett!!!!

  13. Shelley Chester Says:

    Hi Peter,
    What fun to remember this film! I played Polly Ester. Sooo many memories! Thank you for flashback!
    Shelley

  14. Guy Says:

    Thank you for posting this, Peter! I’m having a hard time tracking down credits with mom’s name in it and here we are! I found some production pictures if you are interested, I’ll be scanning them in at some point and you are welcome to copies. :) —Guy (Donna’s eldest offspring)

  15. Jim Bunstock Says:

    Attempting to find old friend, Donna J. Davis. Would appreciate any help. Thank you.

  16. Peter Schuyler Says:

    Jim, I’m sorry to be the one to inform you that Donna passed on quite a few years ago. I don’t have addresses for any of her family. If you contact the Denver Film Commission, someone there might be able to tell you more. Donna was a dear person and a wonderful friend. She is missed.
    Peter

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