MAKING A SHORT FILM:
Some of you may or may not wonder what I do with my free time when I’m away from making music. You see my mind is constantly racing and it never seems to stop thinking of new idea’s and what to do next. Since my last attempt at making the Blood Hoarder promo commercial, I stepped it up a bit and downloaded some video editing software. I recently figured out the configurations to the camera I shot the commercial with and ordered a few things. I set the camera to a vintage style setting that looks way better than what the Blood Hoarder promo commercial looked like, and what we have captured sort of reminds me of the film quality of Wes Craven’s “Last House on The Left“. I always kept a place in my mangy ridden heart for old vintage horror films, they give off a realistic vibe that new age horror films can’t do. So since I never got to shoot my music video I decided to go with what I always wanted to do, a short film. The past three weeks I’ve been writing the sinister story for it and in a few words, is of a man who has serious problems with human life, rejection, and disappointment. The utter thought and sound of breathing is like reaching inside his chest and ripping his heart out and wiping your ass with it. If it was up to him, he would probably be the only living species on this planet, and even the thought of himself living drags out self destructive violence. I originally came up with the title “Gasoline Dreams” but I added on to the story and the only title that fits what is coming out to be my very first short film, is “Random Acts of Violence“.
WHAT I’VE DONE SO FAR:
I’ve already started filming for it and haven’t even gotten to finish the ending yet, but I’m pretty excited about it and it’s guaranteed to disturb a lot of people and probably even piss some off. Now that I’m coming to terms with making a film a lot of work takes place in the process. Writing the story & editing the footage takes time, dedication, and hard work along ordering supplies online that I need for within the film and composing the entire movie score that will fit perfectly. I believe the music score is a major important part of making a film. So not only am I writing, editing, and doing some of the shooting for this film, but I’m also producing the entire score. The music score will be 100% produced by me all custom sounds, none of the score will be taken from other movie scores and it will be available for download with the film. Yet a non profitable production but donations would be appreciated. If you feel like donating to the making of this film please send donations through paypal at firstname.lastname@example.org. All donations will be used for ordering any supplies that may be needed to make the film even better. Till then keep a look out for RANDOM ACTS OF VIOLENCE coming in 2013.
AN UNRESTRAINED FILM.
WRITTEN & EDITED BY COREY KARDIAC JENNINGS
PRODUCED BY: UNRESTRAINED SOUNDS/ FILMS & KARDIAC MUSIC.
DEADGIRL FILMED IN 2008
Directed by Marcel Sarmiento and Gadi Harel
THE STORY: After skipping school and breaking into the boiler room of a deserted mental hospital, buddies Rickie and JT stumble upon a door that’s been rusted shut for year’s, After a bit of a struggle they get it open and when they do they make a shocking discovery: the plastic-covered naked body of a woman lying on a gurney. When they realize that the woman may be alive, JT shocks Rickie by suggesting they take advantage of her.
MY REVIEW: I Know it’s been a min since I put up any review’s… shit I only put up one lol.. but there hasn’t been anything I watched as of late till now that made me wanna tell people to check it out, Deadgirl I give it an A+ I loved it! and I gotta say it comes pretty damn close to being just as fucked up as “Serbian Film” Just without the new born porn lol, The beginning is a little slow things don’t start getting crazy till about 14 min’s into the movie, So without Spoiling anything two dude’s find this bitch tied up under plastic alive and she must of been down there for year’s, One dude Rickie is like let’s call the cops want’s nothing to do with it.. but on the other hand there’s JT whose a loose cannon and is like.. Let’s keep her, So JT ends up keeping her and she doesn’t die he tried killing her a few time’s and she just keeps on ticking lol any ways JT ends up charging ten bucks for people to come down to the boiler room and fuck her.. now keep in mind this bitch has been down in a boiler room for god only knows how long she’s looks dead and could you imagine how bad she must smell she’s got bullet holes in her stomach from JT, her face is all bashed in but they just have their way with her and A lot of crazy shit happens through out the movie you just gotta watch it if I say any more I misewell tell you the whole story.
Thought this was Great to add in the Review…. it was a Nice try I guess,
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THE 2010 REMAKE of “MOTHERS DAY”
THE STORY: Three brothers on the run from the law head for home only to discover that their mother lost the house in a foreclosure and its now being occupied by the new owners Beth and Daniel who are hosting an birthday party in their basement, with their brother half dead and no wheres else to go things start to go down hill.
MY REVIEW: Okay I’m not the best person to come to for review’s cause i’ll tell you the brutal truth an how I feel about it, I picked mothers day cause this is one of my all time favorite thrillers the Classic original Directed by CHARLES KAUFMAN….. it really doesn’t get any better than that. So I gave the remake a chance and I gotta tell you its nothing like the original, The story line is totally different and if I was the writer I would of named it something else, Yea there’s a few fucked up scenes in it and they make them do really fucked up shit like make two dudes fight and whoever loses the girlfriend has to go upstairs and fuck their dying brother who’s bleeding all over the couch haha thats was pretty good but that’s really it, I don’t wanna spoil too much but if you want my opinion stick with the the Classic 1980 version I give the remake a 3 out a 5.