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This Halloween, Beware
Be careful out there on the roads this October the 31st, because this year...Production Wrapped
Patrick Svensson as a werewolf; yours truly as a vampire; a host of others play their prey. Post-production began in earnest today.
Labels: Terror Drives a Van
Last night, we finished principal photography for our Halloween horror-comedy short, Terror Drives a Van, which was originally written over three years ago during the shooting of Hopscotch Hotshots. We have a large cast in this one, calling on a large number of our regular actors. Gashler Media again lent us production equipment, which enabled us to actually make our night shooting work.Brand New Game
Labels: Terror Drives a Van
Greetings, poetry lovers! If you've been here before, you're probably noticing how different it is (unless you're now on a subsequent visit after the relaunch). If you haven't been here before, you're probably noticing something else entirely. What that is, I cannot say.Testing Post
At any rate, the website has been completely reformatted and retooled. News posts are now going to chronicle development of projects, not just the all-too-infrequent release announcements of new movies. This is also going to be a team blog, so other members of the Bombdotcom Productions staff can more easily contribute content.
So, beyond the cosmetic, what's new around here? First off, we've uploaded all of our work onto a YouTube channel, the videos from which can be seen on the individual film pages. Downloads for most movies are still available, but the modes of media distribution on the Internet have changed since we initially started making movies three years ago. Please do feel free to rate and comment on the videos on their YouTube pages.
Additionally, a new animated film, The Frog Prince was completed and released a couple months ago. That's now here.
Currently, we have three projects in production and post-production. Stills are available for The Interconnection of Mr. Daily, a Joseph Schlegel-penned project that should see release by the end of the month, and The Importance of Tolerance, with some more news related to the latter available on my personal blog. There's also some tantalizing plot details regarding our three-years-in-development Halloween film, Terror Drives a Van.
Over the next few months, I'm going to figure out a way to get online some of the additional content that was produced for all of our 2004 productions, including commentary tracks. Stay tuned.
We've been dead for a while. But now we're moving forward and not looking back. Isn't that nice and inspirational?
Let's give 'er the ol' college try!
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