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« on: October 26, 2011, 09:37:41 PM »

Hey guys, we are currently in pre production on a 1950's style drive in monster film I WAS A TEENAGE DRACULA. It's been really hard convincing investors that there is an audience for this type of film. From an investor standpoint it's been very difficult but from a production standpoint we are doing great. We've made deals with DeLuxe and are in talks with Warner Brothers in using their soundstages, standing sets and backlots. We've also had a great animatronics artist agree to do the film for a low price and a great composer to score the film in Prague on a full orchestra. It's going to be a completely authentic shoot, editing without a computer, and even shot with the last Mitchell BNC camera in the world (the model number confirms it's actually the camera that shot the original Star Trek series!!). As far as distribution goes, we aren't having a DVD release nor internet release. We are just making 10 prints and touring them around with two projectors in a roadshow style way! Town to town, theater to theater, drive in to drive in!

We were just wondering if anyone would be interested in helping with the production (it'll be shot in L.A.) or more importantly want to donate or know anyone willing to donate some money to help the film.

If anyone needs any info on the film or needs questions answered please PM me and I can send you something.

Thanks a bunch!
-Everett
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« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2011, 02:38:32 AM »

Hey guys, we are currently in pre production on a 1950's style drive in monster film I WAS A TEENAGE DRACULA. It's been really hard convincing investors that there is an audience for this type of film. From an investor standpoint it's been very difficult but from a production standpoint we are doing great. We've made deals with DeLuxe and are in talks with Warner Brothers in using their soundstages, standing sets and backlots. We've also had a great animatronics artist agree to do the film for a low price and a great composer to score the film in Prague on a full orchestra. It's going to be a completely authentic shoot, editing without a computer, and even shot with the last Mitchell BNC camera in the world (the model number confirms it's actually the camera that shot the original Star Trek series!!). As far as distribution goes, we aren't having a DVD release nor internet release. We are just making 10 prints and touring them around with two projectors in a roadshow style way! Town to town, theater to theater, drive in to drive in!

We were just wondering if anyone would be interested in helping with the production (it'll be shot in L.A.) or more importantly want to donate or know anyone willing to donate some money to help the film.

If anyone needs any info on the film or needs questions answered please PM me and I can send you something.

Thanks a bunch!
-Everett

I can't donate but I can wish you all the best with this project.  Cheers
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« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2011, 07:12:32 PM »

Hey guys, we are currently in pre production on a 1950's style drive in monster film I WAS A TEENAGE DRACULA. It's been really hard convincing investors that there is an audience for this type of film. From an investor standpoint it's been very difficult but from a production standpoint we are doing great. We've made deals with DeLuxe and are in talks with Warner Brothers in using their soundstages, standing sets and backlots. We've also had a great animatronics artist agree to do the film for a low price and a great composer to score the film in Prague on a full orchestra. It's going to be a completely authentic shoot, editing without a computer, and even shot with the last Mitchell BNC camera in the world (the model number confirms it's actually the camera that shot the original Star Trek series!!). As far as distribution goes, we aren't having a DVD release nor internet release. We are just making 10 prints and touring them around with two projectors in a roadshow style way! Town to town, theater to theater, drive in to drive in!

We were just wondering if anyone would be interested in helping with the production (it'll be shot in L.A.) or more importantly want to donate or know anyone willing to donate some money to help the film.

If anyone needs any info on the film or needs questions answered please PM me and I can send you something.

Thanks a bunch!
-Everett

I can't donate but I can wish you all the best with this project.  Cheers

That's okay! Thanks for the kind words!
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