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Because he didn’t show up as a “celebrity judge” at last year’s Washington Psychotronic Film Society’s “Psycho Awards” ceremony (something about taking his iguana to the vet), filmmaker Craig Smith’s penance is to host “An Evening of Underground Shorts.” Smith directed the quite psychotronic Psychedelic Glue-Sniffing Hillbillies and promises similarly themed efforts tonight, including Alex (Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure) Winter’s NYU film, Squeal of Death; Jon Moritsugu’s Brain Dead But Still Kicking and Mommy Mommy Where’s My Brain; and The Big Shave, an early film by a now-famous director whose identity will not be revealed until the final credits. At 8 p.m. at the Andalusian Dog, 1344 U St. NW. $2. (202) 736-1732. (Dave Nuttycombe)