It has been a while since I released something under the GENIUS CLUB banner and what better way to make a glorious return than a collaboration with the indestructible SCOTT POPULAR and internet celebrity Cheapy D. This time GENIUS CLUB features no experimental short movie though, but rather a short document about the infamous retro game store SUPER POTATO located in Tokyo, Akihabara.

Get on the nostalgia train as Scott and Cheapy take you on a short trip through retro game heaven, failing to make sense of a perverted Princess Peach knock-off game by shady company HACKER and also ponder the question as to why the president of Sega was featured on the last batch of Dreamcast consoles to ever hit the stores. Music was provided by I,Cactus and honestly I think you should all give his album a listen because the kid’s a GENIUS!

Snooty Filmmakers (as myself) might stumble over the bad audio quality and the inconsistent colour temperature. For that I truly apologize and if any offense is taken then allow me to buy you a couple of drinks at this place as we discuss how to avoid these problems in future projects, especially if you are under-equipped, doing everything by yourself and have no budget to work with.

Presented by CheapyD and SCOTT POPULAR.
Directed by NIKO LANZUISI.
Assisted by FORGENJURO
Music is courtesy of I,Cactus.