Twin brothers George and Mike Kuchar are the type of guys who walk around with cameras permanently strapped to their bodies, documenting their own realities and creating alternate versions of it on a daily basis. They've been doing this since they were 12-year-olds. In the 60s, they shot miles of 16mm imagery-heavy film of the weirdo variety that stands up to anything that Warhol or Kenneth Anger committed to celluloid. Their output and is so great that we're not even going to try to explain what the fuck they've have been up to for the last 40 years, because this is the internet and your brain can take a trampling here and here. Think of those links as appetizers to the gluttony that will be going on tomorrow (Sunday, June 7) at NewFest where Jennifer Kroot's new documentary about the brothers It Came from Kuchar will be screening at 8 PM. You should come if movies with names like The Devil's Cleavage, Mongreloid, Tootsies in Autumn, and The Wet Destruction of the Atlantic Empire sound like a good time. Click through for the trailer.