This Friday, Robert Rodriguez' new kids' film Shorts arrives in cinemas.
To celebrate, we decided to take a look at the short films created by famous directors floating around the magical interwebs.
The likes of Tim Burton, David Lynch and even Martin Scorsese have seen their little gems uploaded, so we decided to figure out what they would look like if they were turned into feature-length flicks...
The Short: Bedhead (1991)
What better way to kick off than with the man behind Shorts, Robert Rodriguez.
He's largely known for the story behind his first movie (El Mariachi), but before he broke in, he was a feverish auteur of small comedies mostly featuring his family (they're cheap and available, you see).
Bedhead follows his daughter, Rebecca, who sustains a head injury while trying to take revenge on cheeky brother David for vandalising her doll.
A knock to the head results in psychic powers that she uses to torture him, but soon things turn even weirder.
If It Was Made Feature-Length: Spy Kids and his latest pic prove that Rodriguez has a solid eye for what entertains the ankle-biters.
So we're wondering why this great concept for an effects comedy hasn't been fleshed out. Perhaps he prefers it to remain a snapshot of his family as they were in the '90s?
Still, it could be a great role for a strong, young female actor (Abigail Breslin?) as she decides to use her newfound telepathic abilities to get vengeance on a bullying older sibling.