Monthly Archives: August 2012

Look! Up In The Sky! – Part Two

In a prior post I described how John and I came up with all the visual components necessary for us to create a meteor hurtling through the sky for our short film Blobageddon.  By visual components, I mean, we had … Continue reading

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Long Haired Zombie-Killing Freak #11

With my shirt tied to the back of my motorcycle, I hopped on, kickstarted the monster and headed down Wilson Boulevard to do my business. I saw what I expected to see as I went along: broken windows, bloodstains, and … Continue reading

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Kids on a Rope

Breathers can be a judgmental lot. Personally, I don’t get it. Take it from someone with personal experience; we all look the same when the worms are having Thanksgiving. And I realize the irony of my making a judgment call … Continue reading

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Long Haired Zombie-Killing Freak #10

It always occurs to me, after little scuffles like these, that I’d be dead or dying if they hadn’t lifted Martial Law. The police and military had no use, or mercy, for vigilante justice of any kind. It didn’t matter … Continue reading

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Look! Up In The Sky! – Part One

One of the better visual effects in our short Blobageddon, is the meteor hurtling though the sky at the beginning of the film.  Early on, when John and I were specing out the film we wanted to introduce the blob by … Continue reading

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Long Haired Zombie-Killing Freak #9

“Fuck you, asshole!” His breath was awful! Unsurprisingly, he swung again. This time it was a side-to-side strike, rather than an overhead attack. Fine. I studied a number of martial arts from childhood into my awkward college years. One of … Continue reading

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Here Comes Stir Fried Justice

Following the success of our win at the annual Blobfest Short Film competition, we were asked to submit a trailer to Newt Wallen’s movie project, Midnight Show.  It’s a collection of ‘70s style grindhouse trailers of movies that don’t exist.  … Continue reading

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