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  1. So, saw Tom posted a badass image of a skeleton in military regalia. "Devil's Commandos"?! Here's hoping!
  2. Any new developments. I backed the KS, but... Was hoping you guys would give it another go.
  3. Might have it ready as early as 4 October.
  4. Thanks! Just trying to spread the word now and get people to tune in!
  5. A lot o' forum history buried in this here thread. Lot a blood and tears shed here. To me, all the previous Punisher movies can go to hell in a handbasket. Give me a beer and 1.5 hours of Dirty Laundry and I'll cry myself to sleep a happy man. Oh, and popcorn.
  6. Well kids, if you haven't been following on facebook, the first episode released on youtube this past week after debuting at COIL Con in Indiana. We're pretty excited and we've already toppled the 5000 view mark. Check the video out here!
  7. Thanks. Trying to do something awesome here!
  8. Hey all, This just in, looking for some illustrations I can use in a pitch package to some investors for 6 different titles. Not sure if you guys have the ability to help, but need them by this coming friday. Here is what I need and can be stuff you guys already have lying around! Let me know if you can help and what you would be interested in: 1.) Need a female Iron Man type anime style suit of armor. 2.) Need some ragtag mercenaries. Think Colonial Marines meet Firefly. Some sort of sci fi western getups. 3.) Need a gun-weilding superhero style character with a black mask , all black gear and a trench coat. 4.) Need some modern day, alien DNA infected supersoldiers. Heightened abilities that turn them into mindless killing machines. 5.) Need some Space Age marines (colonization projects) 6.) Also have some adolescent superhero types I need designed. Hit me up here or at fredericdoss@gmail.com for details!!! This would be a huge help! Fred
  9. Damn Tim, I've been running a whole blog on this! Check out the sexiness of day 3. http://fredericdoss.blogspot.com/p/movie-day-for-365-days.html Fred
  10. Hey all, dropping in. Have posted some screen grabs on the facebook page of episode 1 of GI Joe:Initiate. We have 4 episodes in the can and going through post. Our first episode will debut at COILcon in Kokomo, IN on 8 Sept! Then onto youtube. Here are some images of my directorial debut:
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  12. Lately, Catherine Wheel, Five Finger Death Punch, Fort Minor, Mastodon, Cake, Disturbed, Chevelle, Linkin Park, Rage Against the Machine, Jay Z, Everlast and Six Bullet Roulette.
  13. Sorry to see the funding didn't go through. Keep us all posted on how to stay involved. You know I'm down for voice work!
  14. Again, I don't think you are getting the marketing or exposure element from doing a fanfilm... Original work is much harder to push and market (and we are also doing that...for instance with a feature that just hit Chiller), but with an existing fanbase, a fanfilm is a surefire way to get people interested in what you are doing. You can then use that attention to market your original content. I cited several examples above of very successful use of fan films to build a fanbase for original content. It works, IF your film is done well. The only point you seem to be making is that since we aren't making money at it, we shouldn't be doing it, regardless of whether it is fun...or that it has built in marketing components. Your above statement implies that Whedon and Bradstreet would only draw/write/create if they were paid lots of money to do so. I think we all know guys like that just love what they do. In fact, I doubt Whedon needed the paycheck he got from Marvel to do Xmen after creating Buffy and Firefly. I feel a bit cornered here. I'm coming out and saying "look at this cool stuff I'm doing" and you seem to be saying it is irrelevant...or a waste of time, which is a pretty discouraging buzzkillish sort of attitude to take. I just don't get the need to do that...
  15. Thanks! We're up to 48% funded in just a week! Trying to keep up the momentum. Had $200 donated this morning. Learning alot about crowd funding.
  16. Well Tim, for instance, does a lot of illustrations for characters he didn't create. The only difference is that we aren't getting paid for it. When you factor in the exposure you get (which is EVERYTHING in this business) of doing a solid fan film, I'm not sure I understand why you WOULDN'T want to do one. Again, it's taking something we love and adding our flair to it. Similar to Tim, look at Joss Whedon writing the X-Men. He did a great job, I think, but they aren't his creations. I'm not sure how you can support modern comics and be against what we're doing. I mean, you have a right to that opinion, but trust me, the positives FAR outweigh the negatives and it doesn't make us unoriginal, lazy or dumb for doing a fan film...in the same way that Tim's version of The Punisher is way more badass than the Amazing Spiderman 129 version, we are about ready to kick the door down on some GI JOE. Or do you think that we have to do it for the money or get official authorization for it to be worthwhile?
  17. It's fun and exposure. You capitalize on the existing property's popularity. It's a win/win for you and the property you are paying homage for. Plus, we all love GI Joe. We have original stuff coming too. On that note, HVZ TONIGHT on ChillerTV! Check me out! http://www.chillertv.com/ Oh, and check out this crazy interview I did recently:
  18. Look at freddiew and pwnisher on youtube. Modern Warfare: Frozen Crossing and the Mortal Kombat series and you'll see exactly what we're doing.
  19. So, it's been awhile, but I keep in contact with most of you through facebook. For those that haven't heard, "Humans Vs. Zombies" will be premiering on ChillerTV on 17 February, THIS FRIDAY! Check your listings. Very excited. Also, we are putting together a GI JOE fan film. If you want to help out, check us out here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/214380334/gi-joe-initiate Come follow us on FB, donate some cash (even $1 helps) or just spread the word. Lots happening! Looks like I'll be filming in Bulgaria this summer as well.
  20. Hey all, Started this blog awhile back where every day I suggest a film that the average person probably hasn't seen, but should. I'm on day 81 now! Two Jane flicks in there so far with "Killshot" and "Dark Country". Nothing is off limits as long as its good. Recently realized that only 2 of my suggested films are from prior to 1980 with only a handful from the 80s. I know there are some amazing film gurus on this site and would love suggestions. Two rules: 1.) Has to be good! 2.) Has to be relatively unheard of. I've used "In the Mouth of Madness" and "They Live" and "UHF" to give you an idea of the more popular flicks I've suggested. Any more than that and I probably won't use it. Here is the blog. http://fredericdoss.blogspot.com/p/movie-d...r-365-days.html Thanks in advance for the help. Feel free to follow it and leave comments. Day 100 is going to spark a contest where I'll be giving away copies of "The Prodigy", the film that kicked off the blog. You guys rock, Fred
  21. Does this mean Jane is out? FAST FIVE's Sung Kang joins Stallone's upcoming action thriller
  22. Well this sucks, and hopefully isn't true. Jane being replaced on Headshot?
  23. Saw him, Todd and Tim there today. Very cool con.
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