Category: Short Film
For those of you who’ve been with us since Modern War Gear Solid, you know there was a big gap between MWGS episode 2 and 3. At the time, we didn’t even know we’d be making a 3rd, 4th, and 5th installment. But the audience wanted to see what became of Snake and Ghost, and we did too. In the downtime of writing the last 3 episodes, Snake and Ghost got bored and infiltrated the internet. They snuck into videos … Read the rest
Recently our stuntman pal Emmanuel Manzanares from the film group LBP visited from Chicago. Whenever our friends from LBP or The Stunt People pass through, we always jump at the chance to learn from them.
This was a fun one-day shoot, and Brian Lee learned how to fall on stairs from Manny. Hopefully we’ll be able to team up with him again in the near future!… Read the rest
Happy Halloween from the Beat Down Boogie crew!!!… Read the rest
We had an awesome time making Modern War Gear Solid!
We’re currently looking into a DVD version of MWGS Parts 1-5. Here’s our plans:
*Combine all the episodes into a single feature film
*Improve the gun effects and audio levels
*Include the outtakes and viral videos and some exclusive clips as well
The DVD will take a little while to pull together.
One day Snake and Ghost might have another big adventure. Until then, they are looking forward to some … Read the rest
More announcements about our future projects coming soon. Stay tuned!!!… Read the rest
While MWGS part 4 and 5 are in post-production, it’s a good time to pay tribute to the awesome filmmakers of the YouTube era. Next Up: HMCindie.
If you’re a video game blog addict (guilty!), you may have seen this trailer last year:
Our Finnish friends over at HMCindie have made film homages to Duke Nukem, Fallout, Tomb Raider, Army of Two, and even the Playstation Move. We sat down with Mikko Löppönen from HMCindie to discuss filmmaking and video … Read the rest
While MWGS part 4 and 5 are in post-production, it’s a good time to pay tribute to the awesome filmmakers of the YouTube era. First up: Clinton Jones.
The idea for Cardboard Warfare started innocently enough – Clinton and his friend Tyler wanted to make a full-sized tank. But steel plates are … Read the rest