As you may have gathered, we shot a music video last Saturday!
If you follow most of my silly ramblings on social meeedjah you'll have got all kinds of teaser photos - pre-production, production, and post-production. All of if very intriguing without giving the whole game away.
As for the shoot itself? Couldn't have gone any smoother to be fair. From planning and casting to the actual shoot - everything went like a dream. I'd like to put it down to my meticulous eye for detail...or maybe it was down to knowing what I could/couldn't do and what I could get my hands on. Either way, let me bask in my producer-director glory for a change you judgemental creatures.
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It could also be down to the talented cast and crew who seem to feel "safe" working with me in the full understanding that what we're shooting isn't an episode of Rasta Mouse (although I could easily do a nutty version of that).
So I'd just like to say thanks to all involved. Sarah Walker, Jayne Hyman, Cheryl Fowler, Chris Earl, and Rachelle Shaw. Go give em some love below by following or liking their pages if you'd be so kind.
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On top of this, not only did we finish a shoot earlier than expected, I happened to dive-bomb on a little get together with some top UK Horror movie-makers who had just hit Sheffield's Horrorcon this year (something I was unable to make due to said video shoot).
Ended up being a great night. I finally got a chance to sup a few ales with ANDY STEWART, the director of the awesome body horror trilogy - Dysmorphia, Split, and INK. As you may know, I threw INK in my top films I saw last year HERE - so it was cool to just chat the shit with him and have a bit of a chuckle. Go check out his flicks HERE or on Eli Roth's CRYPT TV pretty soon.
On top of THAT, there was a young buck named LIAM REGAN who also got a severe ear-bashing from yours truly. He's got a new flick on way called BANJO - a UK indie horror flick which is a cross between Troma (and is endorsed by Lloyd Kaufman BTW) and Frank "Basket Case/Frankenhooker" Henenlotter. Really enjoyed talking to him as we threw our favourite Toxic Avenger 4 quotes at each other.
Check out the TRAILER and show it some love! It's also good to see Dan Palmer pop up in a few things as I really dug his first movie "Freak Out" years ago!
In the meantime, keep your eyes peeled for updates!
See ya on the flip side...Danny