*Online Premiere* Lacking chicken wraps and condoms, a young man heads to Kroger. In this absurd music video / experimental free-for-fall commentary on the creation of web videos and the reactions they inspire, director Jacob Gregor mimics the disorienting effects of the internet, where little context is provided, and the crazier, the better. “Chicken Wraps and Condoms” begins with a scene of a young man sitting on the couch and getting a text that says, “cum (come) over.” But the box of condoms sitting on the table in front of him is empty, as is the cardboard box labeled “FOOD,” and so he heads off to Kroger to fix the problem. This kicks off the music video portion of the film — a rap about you guessed it (see title) — and that leads into a YouTube reaction video, followed by a series of obscene comments on a range of videos, left by flat-earthers, the alt right, and other affiliated racists. By design, the film rejects simple cohesion, instead offering strange reverberations that feel exactly in line with the perverse state of modern online life. (8 minutes). Director, Writer, Editor, Producer, Actor: Jacob Gregor. Producer, Writer, Actor, Music: Ray Bruster. Producer, Writer, Actor: Bryant King.