Diary of a Mad Filmmaker: The Magical Murderous Kingdom of Eat Street

The Magical Murderous Kingdom of Eat Street was not, repeat NOT funded by the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce. But Eat Street WILL blow your mind, whether you like it or not.

The head explosion was accomplished from effects elements by Detonation Films (they have a whole bunch of elements available for free download), and inspired by an Action Movie Essentials tutorial by Creative COW contributor Andrew Kramer: Assisted Suicide. If you’re trying to learn After Effects, I really recommend Creative COW as a tutorial resource, and this is a really fun project to try. Especially once you drop in a few really juicy sound effects.

There is still BIG NEWS COMING for Terminal Philosophy, but I still can’t tell you what. I know you’re all on the edge of your seats and I’m sorry, but this has to be contained until everything is set and we’re sure it’s going forward. Thank you for your patience.

Finally, the included scene from Terminal Philosophy is one featuring Leroy Twarogowski as the God The All-Seeing, and of course Sir Vincent Gaggneepainn as Leo. This scene was shot on our sound stage and, on an interesting note, lit almost entirely with television sets punched up with a tiny bit of incandescent lighting to bring in some color. In addition to the two visible television sets providing light, there is a third, larger set on the floor illuminating the walls.

6 thoughts on “Diary of a Mad Filmmaker: The Magical Murderous Kingdom of Eat Street

  1. Awesome. I see you instated logins.
    I eagerly await this news because I know you are not one to create undo hype. I have a couple ideas…
    As always, I eagerly await anything else you throw at us, including a Wholesale DVD.

  2. Feel free to speculate wildly. I’m curious about your theories. Pointless game although this may be, and disappointing as this might make the actual news, who has any guesses as to what this so-called “big news” might be?

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