Tag: rick burnett
Just wanted to let everyone know that many of the Beat Down Boogie crew will be heading to Dragon Con this week. If you plan on attending and want to hang out with us then here’s where we can meet up.
BDB meetup: 12noon on Saturday, September 3rd: Marriot: Atrium level near Pulse.
We plan on making several videos at DC this coming weekend and would love to have as many of you be a part of it as possible. … Read the rest
…for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup.
Brian (aka Ghost) here.
2011 has been quite a full year for the Beat Down Boogie crew. We finished the Modern War Gear Solid series (over 4 million channel views, 1 million of which belong to Episode 1 alone), put together a DVD, launched the Beat Down Boogie store, and announced our new project. Now everyone is asking what’s next for the crew. The answer is simple: Dragon*Con!
The entire Beat … Read the rest
Today Modern War Gear Solid Part 1 hit 1,000,000 views. We would like to thank our amazing Youtube family for all of their support. It’s a huge milestone for us. Thanks to our amazing cast and crew who worked so hard on this project to make it a success. … Read the rest
The next series from BEAT DOWN BOOGIE! We begin filming after DRAGON*CON 2011! We’re currently in pre-production – raising the budget, getting the props and costumes, etc. … Read the rest
More announcements about our future projects coming soon. Stay tuned!!!… Read the rest
Yup, it’s finally here. The beginning of the end. (of the MWGS saga). Two more episodes left to go!
A huge thanks to everyone who’s helped on the series. Thanks to the cast and crew for all your effort. For Part 3 I want to give a special thanks to Rick Burnett for pulling weeks of all-nighters to create the helicopters and exploding bricks. A special thanks to Karel Antonin, the composer for Part 3 who created the score in … Read the rest
Courtesy of Blake Faucette, Doug Klesch, and Justin Reich!
Modern War Gear Solid Part 3 is launching this month! In celebration we’ve got some new posters on the way! Here’s the first poster, designed by our producer Blake Faucette who collaborated with photography wiz Doug Klesch and photoshop guru Justin Reich!