Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash

Lifelong friends and roommates Zack (Seth Rogen) and Miri (Elizabeth Banks) are facing hard times and a mountain of debt. When the electricity and plumbing get cut off, they seize upon the idea of making a homegrown porno movie for some quick cash, enlisting the help of their friends. The two vow that having sex will not ruin their friendship. But as filming begins, what started out as a business proposition between friends turns into something much more.

The Zack & Miri Make a Porno Website

Join Dante and Randal 10 years after the first 'Clerks' as they toil away at "Mooby's."

"It's about what happens when that lazy, 20-something malaise lasts into your 30s. Those dudes are kind of still mired, not in that same exact situation, but in a place where it's time to actually grow up and do something more than just sit around and dissect pop culture and talk about sex."

Check out the video production diaries that were posted during the filming of 'Clerks II' entitled "Train Wreck: The Making of Clerks II"

The Clerks II Website

Jersey Girl is Kevin's sixth feature film and tells the story of Ollie Trinke, a successful Manhattan music publicist who's life is upended when he is suddenly faced with life as a single father living in New Jersey. Visit the site and check out Kevin's on-set diary, a ton of interviews with cast and crew (including Affleck, Liv Tyler and George Carlin) and check out Kevin's Tonight Show segment on the Jersey Girl set.

The Jersey Girl Website

A Jay & Silent Bob movie? Who would pay to see that? Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back is the movie that was made for the fans and is the last movie to feature the dynamic duo. Haven't seen the official site yet? Make sure you do so and catch the entire point of the movie.

The Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back Website

Dogma is the so-called controversial/anti-Catholic/blasphemous flick that reaffirmed faith in many of it's viewers and even sent a few of them back to church! See the full theatrical trailer here as well as 150 behind the scenes pics taken by Kevin Smith. Another must-see is a section we call "The Hate Letters of the Week" - actual hate letters from actual people, many who had not even seen the movie before they wrote in.

The Dogma Website

Chasing Amy is the theatrical gem which wound up on many critic's Top 10 lists for 1997 and earned a standing ovation at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. It is also a little known fact that the one and only Quentin Taratino listed it as his favorite flick of 1997. Get more info on the Kevin Smith movie that was made for $250,000.

The Chasing Amy Website

Mallrats - the movie that was shunned at the movie theaters but loved on video. Grab Quicktime movies and sounds at the Official Mallrats website as well as all the comic book covers from the opening credits sequence and excerpts from the no longer available Mallrats Book. And if you like what you see there, we strongly urge you to pick up the Mallrats DVD which includes a hours worth of cut footage, running commentary and much much more.

The Mallrats Website

Clerks is the movie that started it all way back in 1994. Head here for movie info, audio and Quicktime movie clips - and if you haven't seen it yet, we have the much talked about cut ending where Dante meets his maker, as well as clips from the Sundance/IFFM version of 'Clerks' which do not appear publicly on any format.

The Clerks Website

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