PocaHeyHey! 10 Skits That Will Tickle Your Tummy (Da Rigghhht Wayyyy)

Here at Trippy Tran Films, ideas are constantly rolling between director/writer/operator Anthony Tran and his team of creatives whether it be a skit, a parody, a new commercial, a radio spot, voice over work, vLogs and more. Dozens of videos have been made for fun on the side and have never been fully listed until now.

We are constantly coming up with ideas on top of our so far released 7 short films, our full-length feature films coming soon including our own Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown and the film we co-produced Devil’s Point, the horror comedy parody that just released called The Dumbest Horror Flick Ever (#TDHFE), plus music under the current artist name of Trippy T and while our projects being released remain professional – we also like to have fun! Check out our skits and let us know your favorites! More videos are available at YouTube.com/TrippyTran please Subscribe and follow! Your support truly helps!

#1 GENESIS OF THE HEY HEY

PocaHeyHey has been an idea of Tran’s since 2011 (so don’t even think about trying to steal it!) The complete minisode collection has been put together and Tran and fans alike would like more to come. The idea has spawned multiple side videos including SunnyGayGay and a list of ideas we hope to bring to our channel in the near future!


#2 MARIE ANTOI-NOT!

Part 2 with her Emulating Super Mario and wanting to be Princess Peach! – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNpeNu9kKjo


#3 SELENA STOP!MEZ

Watch Ep2 – Stop Smoking Video with Selena Stop!mez – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lyxzPmtnAs


#3.5 Leatherware: Leather Commercial!

This hilarious commercial should be aired! Featuring 3 testimonials on why you should shop for leather all day every day including a hilarious flamboyant guy makes this radio spot oh-so priceless!


#4 Bread On My Nipples

Hear more random songs like parodies of Taylor Swift parody and Avril Lavigne by Rory Man like “Grindr”, “Hermaphrodites” and more plus original songs and covers at http://reverbnation.com/trippyt

Tran wrote a parody album called “Comedy Lunch” when he was 12 and hopes to record this and more parody songs in the future!


#5 Titney Spears “Gimme More” (Britney Parody)


#6 Lots of Tongue… Is It Truly Kissing? (vLog with Ren Hicks + Anthony Rory Tran)

Ren Hicks is one of the leads in Wreckfest – our smash hit comedy! Watch the trailer here –  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4yXZi_QSNA


#7 Oops! All Berries (feat. American Idol’s Jess Lamb)

Watch the so ‘Not Oops! All Berries’ cereal promo – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5K6X_cfuS8Y

Jess Lamb was featured on Season 14 of American Idol and her song “Daises” is also featured in Obliquity.


#8 Muh My Telephone! (Swirly Face)

Watch Tran do more silly videos:


#9 I’m Asian Video

Short and sweet. The middle is a tummy tickler for sure!


#10 “Prom” Mindless Self Indulgence (Cover Video feat. A.Ro Tran)

After creating The Dumbest Horror Flick Ever, cast and crew members were featured for their Junior Prom video filmed right before their actual prom! This made one of the most entertaining and hilarious videos that Tran did in high school. The video was so explicit with drinking, masturbation references and cussing that it practically got banned from his school.

What was your favorite video?! Tell us in the comments below and as always, please follow us, subscribe, like and share! Or we won’t be able to make anymore videos.. ever! Ha. For real though. #Support

©2015 Trippy Tran Films
All original material is owned by Anthony Tran, Trippy Tran Films, LLC.


For more comedy videos, check out professional movies like Wreckfest and My Vacation In Cincinnati which are coming soon to DVD, and of course check out our horror parody from 2005, The Dumbest Horror Flick Ever.

More comedy, skits and vLogs to come!
NEW VLOG show coming soon!
Robbed By A White Man

To collaborate, email us at TrippyTranFilms@gmail.com

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Service With a Side of Reel Ambition

Anthony Tran of Trippy Tran Films I Photography by CJ Kim

Anthony Tran of Trippy Tran Films I Photography by CJ Kim

Mary Jo Schottelkotte met the owner/operator of Trippy Tran Films, Mr. Anthony Tran, while she was eating at a LaRosa’s Pizzeria in Anderson Township back in 2011. After meeting him, she then decided to write an article about Tran also mentioning our upcoming feature film “Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown”. You can read about her own project ‘Footprints On The Air: Television Legends of Cincinnati’ at her website www.footprintsontheair.com

Service With a Side of Reel Ambition
(Published 2/20/11)

An interesting film is in production, and it’s crazy the way I found out about it.  I was dining alone at a well known local pizza establishment, and my waiter was none other than the filmmaker himself!  He’s a good waiter; very upbeat, pays attention to detail and timing, checks back often.  He was being chatty – servers seem to have one of two minds when you’re dining alone; either they feel they should make conversation so you don’t feel lonely (because they’re embarrassed for you), or they leave you alone so you don’t feel uncomfortable (because they’re embarrassed for you).  He seemed to have the former mindset.  I figured he wanted a good tip, and wasn’t going to assume that I wasn’t worth the effort just because I was by myself (low bill = low tip) and a female (even lower tip).  His is, by the way, a good strategy because I am also a former waitress and I tend to over tip, especially if the service is good.  So those of you in the service industry, take note: never assume.

Through the course of my meal and the friendly chatting, he divulged that he is a filmmaker with a feature length piece currently in production.  He is Anthony Tran, and he calls his film entity Trippy Tran Films.  You can actually check his work out on YouTube, which is what I did, to view the trailers he’s created for this feature he’s working on “Obliquity: Imagery of the Unknown.”  It’s a project exploring the concept of “connection” on a number of different levels. The film itself it has to do with unseen layers of the world, encounters with dark energies as experienced by the lead character who has agreed to participate in a sleep deprivation study.  She is a college student taking part in a Psychology study who is at a crossroads with a few aspects of her life, as most college students are.  As the study advances and she dutifully remains awake for the required three days, she begins to experience a manipulation by invisible dark forces and grapples with her changing perceptions of good and evil.  The genre is psychological thriller peppered with comic relief, Anthony assures me.

The other aspect that I find interesting, and is the filmmaker’s means for exploring “connectivity” in real life, is that the cast and crew has been assembled by a call to anyone in the community who wants to experience the process of making a feature film.  While Tran’s goal is ultimately to have a film to screen locally at area theaters, and then to enter into film festivals; it’s also to create something out of nothing more than a sharing of ideas and talent by a group of creative people dedicated to the process.  There is no pay for your contribution.  But if you want a way to showcase your talent just for the exposure, or to explore your affinity to the industry, here’ your venue. What I saw on YouTube showed promise for “Obliquity” – good production quality, a compelling soundtrack (so far), with adequate acting.  I liked the song “Day Dreamer” written for the film by local musician, Matthew Wayne.  If Tran can get the participation he needs from interested cast and crew, I’m curious to see the finished piece.

You’ll see what looks like everything he’s ever shot in his life on his YouTube Channel, but forgive some of the earlier works and notice that he is evolving.  He seems to bring some of the same qualities he has as a server to his craft – a positive attitude, attention to detail and timing, and a desire to please.  He needs to post a mission statement, but his ambition with film at the moment seems to be to explore the ways we influence each other with thoughts and actions through mind-bending stories and satire.  And he wants to prove that successful, professional films can be made right here in Greater Cincinnati.  I’m game for that Trip!

Mary Jo Schottelkotte © 2011 SceneCinnati.com

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