Despite the overly optimistic title of this program of short films with erotic themes, two of them aren’t bad. Mark Street paints over a collage of porno clips in Blue Movie, emphasizing the film’s surface instead of its subject matter. Kate McCabe’s Go-Go Rama Mama looks at a go-go club from a woman’s point of view—the camera shakes with the dancers, deobjectifying them, and patrons look and speak into the lens, placing the viewer in the position of a dancer—though the film is less an academic critique than an amusingly nutty exercise in rhythm. But the slick production values of Michael Nishikawa’s Electrotica don’t make its android-wife theme original or its story coherent, and I haven’t seen Lisa Ann Nordstrom’s Suburban Sluts in Hell.