Winner of Cinevegas's Dramatic Audience Award, Visioneers is a peculiar, black little ditty about George Washington Winsterhammerman (Zach Galifianakis) -- descendant of the original GW and inhabitant of an alternate future reality in which his coworkers start reacting to their indentured white-collar slavery by exploding. George's wife (Judy Greer) has bought whole-hog into the mindless, suburban, corporate-controlled way of life, his brother (James LeGros) is fighting against it by pole-vaulting, and George is becoming increasingly alarmed to notice his first pre-explosion symptom in himself. Visioneers is a pseudo-absurdist commentary on corporate politics and fatuous American living at their worst -- two things that can be quite fun to watch. But even though writer Brandon Drake and director Jared Drake are clearly influenced by greats like Waiting for Godot, 1984, Brave New World and Rhinoceros, the result just can't quite match up to the angst of the dystopic masters of the last century. The tone of Visioneers is almost too subtle, so the valiant attempts at follow-through come off more heavy-handed and the tone seems somewhat flat. An A for effort, but I doubt this one is going to get off the ground.