New Series – OverAnalyzers

February 27, 2011

With a new year comes new projects, and great news. Those of you who read our prior blog know that Project Twenty1 has been a driving force in the lives of Cinevore’s creatives in recent years.

But the other driving force always at our core, propelling everything we do: narrative fiction.

We are proud to say that in the past few months, we’ve had a number of chances to work on awesome projects with our friends at Cinemassacre. Our collaborations began with Piece of Meat in 2008, where James Rolfe was a key member of the cast and did our hilarious special blood effects.

In the last 12 months, we’ve lent a hand with many Cinemassacre videos, including Blob Town, Night of the Living Dead and Dawn of the Dead location tours, interviews with Tom Savini, George “The Animal” Steele, and Rifftrax’s Mike Nelson, videos from this January’s MagFest 9, some other stuff currently in post, and a few other projects in development that we can’t even speak of yet.

But as awesome as the documentary projects have been, March will bring a return to fiction (kind of)! Matt Conant and Stephanie Yuhas, the brains behind Cinevore, are co-creators of Cinemassacre’s upcoming web series… (drum roll)… OverAnalyzers.

In collaboration with James Rolfe and Mike Matei, and Lee Rosenfeldt, the Cinevore team has been hard at work writing new material since November. The first half-season of the show is now wrapped and in editing. It’s hard to call the series “fiction,” hard to call it even “scripted”, but it’s also hard to call it anything else. You’ll kind of have to see it to understand, but we’re excited at the direction it’s taken, and every brain at the table brings something new and important to the project.

If you are a fan of nostalgia, pop-culture, or pop-nostalgia, there’s no way you won’t love OverAnalyzers. Expect posters, stills, and trailers coming very soon, and complete episodes starting next month on Cinemassacre.com.

With frequent updates here, of course.

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