The Photoshoot – Short Film


It’s been awhile but Insane LLama actually has a new short film! ‘The Photoshoot’.

Post took much longer on this than expected with some complicated errors popping up; but it finally worked and it’s here for everyone to see.

Mike goes to Eliot for some acting head shots and the experience isn’t what he was expecting.

Featuring: Eliot Schultz and Mike Pinkerton.

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Link To Video – The Photoshoot

The Photoshoot – Short Film

The Actors of Insane LLama

Actors of LLama

Insane LLama has had a lot of people come and act for us over the years, from our friends in the early years, to the trained professionals in recent years. A lot of these people we have come to consider regulars for us because they are ready to act for us in a moments notice.

We don’t really have exact terms to be considered one of our regulars; but for a loose definition we’ll just say that they had to be in 4-5+ short films and also been in a short film we made just for fun on the spot. Most of the professional actors we have worked with in recent years worked in our planned bigger short films which most of the time have a script written in advanced.

These latest years saw only two people really become a regular with us; which include the talented Zach Williamson and Mike Pinkerton. That doesn’t mean we won’t be getting any new folks to come along, we have our eyes on some actors we want to work on a regular basis and are always looking to expand our ranks of people we can rely on.

So far since 2006 there have been 21 dudes (We really need to find some of those ladies) which we have considered a regular here with us at Insane LLama. Last night I got bored and actually made posters/covers for all 21 of these true friends.

Here are all 21 of them for everyone to look at and closely scrutinize their faces. In alphabetical order of their first names. Enjoy!

Aidan Evans

Andrew Milz

Andy O'Brien

Blake Kiefner

Brad Delfeld

Connor Hague

Eliot Schultz

Erik Schultz

Ethan Schultz

Evan Schultz

Jawon Taylor

Jay Halvorsen

Mike Filkins

Mike Gjelsten

Mike Pinkerton

Remy Coup

Spencer Morris

Tim Carlson

Will Carlson

Zach Schneider

Zach Williamson

The Actors of Insane LLama

Eliot and Pinkerton Live – Short Film

Eliot & Pinkerton Live

We got another short here to release.

Eliot and Pinkerton Live, watching ‘The Emotional Crime Stories of Mike Pinkerton’, with guest star Zach Williamson.

You may have heard of Eliot and Pinkerton if you follow all of our Youtube channels, this is their first time doing a live broadcast of the show they do.

Give it a watch, something different we’ve done, might be okay.

Here’s the short. Enjoy!

Link To Video – Eliot and Pinkerton Live

Eliot and Pinkerton Live – Short Film

The Emotional Crime Stories of Mike Pinkerton – Short Film

The Emotional Crime Stories of Mike Pinkerton

Here’s Insane LLama’s latest short film! Titled ‘The Emotional Crime Stories of Mike Pinkerton’. Watch as Mike Pinkerton must solve the ultimate riddle and figure everything out before he is caught by ruthless cop Zach Williamson.

Starring Mike Pinkerton as Mike Pinkerton and Zach Williamson as Zach Williamson.

You will definitely want to tune in for the next episode of this show!

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Here’s the short film. Enjoy!

Link To Video – The Emotional Crime Stories of Mike Pinkerton


The Emotional Crime Stories of Mike Pinkerton – Short Film

Noisy Neighbor – Short Film

Noisy Neighbor

Insane LLama is glad to be releasing our first short film in a little while. Titled ‘Noisy Neighbor’, we follow Eliot as he tries to sleep but his roommate Mike is making way too much noise doing something dirty.

Starring Eliot Schultz and Mike Pinkerton.

Give the short a watch you might enjoy what you see, we also highly appreciate feedback of any kind. As always enjoy!

From now on I’m going to post the link to the Youtube video if you want to go directly; but I’m also always going to embed the video onto the blog’s post. What ever you prefer go for it.

Link To Video – Noisy Neighbor

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Noisy Neighbor – Short Film

10 Years of LLama – Brad Delfeld

Brad 10 Years

Brad Delfeld or Snow Jenson from a past life, a man of great mystery, a man who is different than any actor to grace the Insane LLama screen; he is simply dangerous. Welcome to our second iteration of 10 Years of LLama; a series of post where we will celebrate the people who have come and gone from our short films over the past 10 years.

Brad Delfeld came into the lives of Eliot and mine early on in our years in the Chicago area. Brad was the local neighborhood bum, yes he was homeless, but he survived on his street smarts; which carried into all the various jobs he took on over the years. There were many jobs we saw Brad do: Police officer, Robot, Botanist, teacher, etc. He later died in a Panama prison in the year 1968 after being caught smuggling caffeine pills up his butt.

Let’s Start.


YEARS ACTIVE: 2006-2008 / 2011 / 2013-2015

FAMOUS ROLES: Frosting Beard / Baseball Vs. Quidditch / Banzai / The Room / Red Ball


For real though, we found Brad at a local zoo and we brought him back to our house to act. He can be seen as a supporting actor in various shorts across 2007, but his first big role came in from a short called ‘Court Case’. As 2008 came, Brad appeared in multiple shorts as a major character. Some of these include: ‘The Room’, ‘Red Ball’ and ‘The Ghost’. It became apparent that Brad was more of a comedic actor, so we only used him for comedies.

Brad would get seriously injured in a stunt in the beginning of 2009, he was hit and ran over by a truck multiple times over the course of 24 minutes. Brad would be determined and recovered from the multiple injuries in a matter of 3 years. 2013 would be a big year for Brad with award winning roles in two of Insane LLama’s biggest and most ambitious projects to date: ‘Eye Burglaries’ and ‘Baseball Vs. Quidditch’. Brad would later use his earnings from these two movies on escorts and way too much PCP. In fact during the filming of Baseball Vs. Quidditch he would he huffing glue to get into character.

The low point for Brad would come in early 2015 when he was obviously high on something during the filming of ’40 oz of Freedom’. Many onset scrabbles would erupt during interaction with Brad. Spencer Morris punched Brad in the shin after Brad would not shut the fuck up during one take. The biggest incident would come during the scene between Blake and Brad, which during a knife was pulled out and used.

Blake would later be quoted – “Brad is just a mess right now”.


40 oz of Freedom was the last time anyone ever saw Brad Delfeld; some say he lives in the south with his cat Charlie, drinking and throwing chew in all day. But we will all remember Brad as the hobo who came to act for us.

Oh. Yeah… Brad answered some questions. Enjoy!


1) Who are you and what do you do?

Brad “Snow ‘B-Sneaky’ Jenson” Delfeld. I look at plants in an effort to get my           Masters degree.

2) How did you get involved in Insane Llama Productions?

Meeting Ethan in the second grade and being an honorary Schultz Boy.

3) What is your most memorable on-set moment with Insane Llama?

All of them! Or haveing flour caked onto my face for Action Man II

4) Favorite Insane Llama short film?

Frosting Beard!!!

5) Favorite Llama actor to work with?

If I had to call one out I’d say Eliot or Spencer.

6) Did you learn anything when working with Insane Llama?

I’m pretty bad at being serious and not laughing when a camera is on.

7) Do you still keep up and follow Insane Llama?

I try to but not as much as I should.

8) How do you feel about Insane Llama turning 10 years old?

It’s a good age. Almost old enough to vote or do meth legally, I think. Right? Or did   they change the age of meth again. Gahdamn Fascist in Washington.

9) Where do you see Insane Llama in another 10 years?

Depends on where the big whigs of IL Pro (possible nickname? IL- Illinois       abbreviation and sick, nasty synonym. We’ll talk.) want it. Sundance or YouTube;        either seem plausible.

10) Share anything you want to tell the Insane Llama Audience?

The sour grapes of our past videos are turning to wine and sooner or later everyone   is going to want a sip. Don’t be a fair weather fan and climb aboard the fan base   now, plenty of room. “Everybody floats down here!” -IT

Bonus) Did you think Frosting Beard truly needed a remake?

That’s a dumb question. Does today need a yesterday? Prolly! But yes, that movie is   incredible.


I end the post with a video of Brad doing stuff! See you next time.

10 Years of LLama – Brad Delfeld

Toilet Robbery – Short Film

Toilet Robbery

Here’s Insane LLama’s first short in awhile after being busy with Black Dream these past few weeks.

A man has some bad shits when the unexpected happens. Featuring the usual Eliot Schultz and Zach Williamson.

Give it a watch and if you like what you see consider subscribing to the Insane LLama Youtube channels for future content. Feedback is appreciated as always. Enjoy!

Link to Video – Toilet Robbery

Toilet Robbery – Short Film