One of our own has fallen. Anthony Robinson, who played Bullet Bill, has passed away. Anthony was one of the greatest guys I’ve met. He was wise beyond his years, always happy to help someone in need. In addition to Bullet Bill, Anthony played Morpheus and Roadblock on the Distractotron channel. Before all that – when we were just learning how to make films, Anthony spent countless hours helping us. Anthony was a consummate martial artist. A karate black belt. … Read the rest
I finally made it to NYCC, my first big industry con. I met Freddie W of Rocketjump. I ran into a lot of popular cosplayers at nightclubs. I got to see some cool costumes and meet some nice people. Big thanks to Hashtag Comics and Elysiam Entertainment for the opportunity to attend NYCC. Also a shoutout to John and Sonicboombox for throwing some great nightclub events.
I love the chill vibe and pretty outdoor area of Anime Weekend Atlanta. Here’s some visuals from the weekend!
Here they are! The first two recaps of Dragon Con from Beat Down Boogie:
Guardians of the Galaxy cosplayers got a surprise visit from the film’s director, James Gunn, and his brother Sean, who played several roles in the film. Beat Down Boogie was on hand to capture the good times that ensued.
We went to an anime con on an aircraft carrier in South Carolina! Check it out!
With Dragon Con 2014 fast approaching, we’re going on a trip down memory lane with our favorite D-Con videos.
BDB’s 2013 Dragon Con Video(above)
Our 2013 video is an anthem to the community and creativity of Dragon-Con.
BDB’s 2011 Dragon Con Videos
Our 2011 D Con videos contained some of our favorite music selections, combined with a diversity of great costumes.
Before we fleshed out the Mario Warfare known to our YouTube audience, we tried to make a very different version of Mario Warfare. It didn’t work out, but we are happy to share the rough cuts of that early attempt:
We had a blast at MomoCon. This event took place in two of the main Dragon Con host hotels (Hilton and Marriot). Unlike Dragon Con, the crowd here gravitated to the darker lower levels of the hotels which made filming a little tricky. Everyone was super nice and we made a lot of new friends. The crowd (on average) was younger than Dragon Con, but older than most anime conventions. The Dragon Con vets in attendance could be found near … Read the rest