After the global box office hit horror Us hit theaters, director William Sikora III wanted to tackle the film for his latest Fluffy Friends parody. LaTonka and Ollie star in the 10 minute film that captures the tense moments with a twist of laughter added in. The Us parody is just the latest from Fluffy Friends who last released a parody featuring the internet legend Momo. The entire project was filmed on green screens and puts audiences right back into the movie featuring incredibly creepy doppelganger characters named Lala and Oilie. You can watch the hilarious parody HERE.
During a trip to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Sikora set out to capture the beautiful country in a completely different way; in a rain storm. “I really was excited when it rained the last night we were there and it rained hard, for the entire night.” Sikora captured the entire film with his iPhone XS Max, the latest smartphone from Apple. “Testing out the low light, colors, noise and all were important and the iPhone just worked. Being waterproof, I didn’t have to worry about getting soaked. It was definitely one of those moments where you lived in the moment and just enjoyed the rain. It was roughly 4 AM and the streets of the village were pretty much deserted.” Sikora said. The goal for the film was to capture the beauty in Mexico with the little things that people may just walk by. “For me, it was seeing reflections in
Tis the season for laughs with A Fluffy Friends Christmas starring Ollie and LaTonka. After a freak accident, Santa can’t deliver gifts so LaTonka tries to save Christmas by taking Santa’s place. Of course in typical Fluffy Friends fashion, nothing goes as planned and it becomes the craziest holiday movie ever. “I really wanted to have fun with these two characters and give them a different role, what better than the role of Santa?” William Sikora, the director said. Fluffy Friends has been making parodies and short films for quite some time now but this is the first big Christmas special they have made. “It was shot entirely on green screen and pieced together. After I was pretty much done, I got the great idea of ‘why not add more?’ and so the entire beginning story was made. It originally started with LaTonka in the chimney; I needed to flesh
William Sikora III premiered his latest nature film Revival today, which celebrates the rebirth of Spring. The short was filmed with Panasonic cameras and captured life returning to the forests and lakes surrounding South Jersey and in the small town of Hammonton where Sikora grew up. “Nature is my heart and soul, growing up on a farm, it’s been a part of me since day one. When I go back home, it’s a revival of energy for me from this exhausting LA life, so the name of the film has a couple different meanings to it, it’s not just a revival of the Spring season.” Sikora said. You can watch Revival below:
The latest film from director William Sikora III takes audiences into the mind of a young boy who steps into the woods. “I set out to bring a short story about a boy’s imagination and how fear can be so controlling that it stops you in your tracks, but at the same time I want audiences to question what is real and what is not.” Sikora said. The film stars Sikora’s nephew and niece and it was filmed during Christmas vacation on the only snow day. “Many of the days during my trip home to New Jersey were very cold and windy but the day we filmed was also the only day it snowed and it was not too cold. We were outside for a couple of hours and were finished just as the camera battery died.” The Woods is inspired from Netflix’s hit series Stranger Things as well as