Archive for the ‘Film release’ Category

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Season Premiere of OverAnalyzers today

December 16, 2011

The new season of OverAnalyzers bring a few changes, but mostly the same bizarre discussion you’ve come to expect! Season 2 brings 7 new episodes (plus an episode of outtakes, and maybe some suprises along the way…), starting with this one, dealing with the elusive question of James Bond. He was a middle-aged dude in the 60’s, and yet here it is 2011, and everything else has changed but him. Is he immortal? How do we harness that for ourselves? And other, less relevant questions. Enjoy!

And of course, if you enjoy the show, write something awesome on Cinemassacre’s forums!

In other news, we hope to have a new forum-style system on this site in the near future, but no idea how near said future is. So just keep checkin’ back.

And lastly, for our other projects: the episode of Living in 8 Bits that we Cinevores co-wrote now has over 40,000 views on YouTube, and we have another one in the can, set to go live probably sometime in the spring. Whenever we have a few spare hours, we have been writing new scripts for LI8B, because we love that series, so even if only a tenth of them get produced, we’ll probably have a good number racked up soon. We also have a similar OA-related surprise coming up in an upcoming episode of The Game Chasers in the next couple of weeks. Keep an eye on their Facebook or website for all the latest this Xmas season.

As for the “official” OverAnalyzers episodes, Bond Part 2 coming this weekend to Cinemassacre, and eventually, right here on Cinevore.

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OA, BTTF, and other abbreviations

June 25, 2011

Thanks to all our fans and site visitors. It has been a crazy month for Cinevore, with the release of 4 new episodes of our new series OverAnalyzers (bringing the total to 7) covering Dracula’s Cape, Ernest P. Worrell, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. They will be featured on this site soon, but for now, check ’em out on Cinemassacre.com. There is a new dropdown heading under “Movie Reviews” for OverAnalyzers. If you like ’em, leave a comment! The comments section is almost as entertaining as the videos themselves. And as a tease, the next episode is the staff favorite. So look forward to that sometime in the next week.

Equally exciting, some of you may recall our work on the short film Choose, by Good to be Seen Films, last summer. Cinevore’s Stephanie Yuhas was co-producer of the film, and Matt Conant did his usual behind-the-scenes videography. Well, the film has gotten into the LA Shorts Fest, an Academy-Award nominating festival! Meaning if people like it, hey, we might actually be up for an Oscar. Pretty sweet. We are now trying to find ways to cover the cost of the 5-day trip to L.A. for the festival during this era of perpetually high gas prices/airfare. The festival is the end of July, so hopefully we’ll solve that dilemma soon.

Meanwhile, Matt Conant has also been involved in the documenting of James Rolfe’s adventures at the Too Many Games convention in Oaks, PA, filming a review of the Back to the Future game series by Telltale Games, and posting a quickie review of the new J. J. Abrams film, Super 8.

Also, any filmmakers out there who have not yet signed up to be a team in this year’s 21-Day Filmmaking Competition, the Late Deadline has been extended until July 1st! Hurry up and get onboard now. If you enter and the fest isn’t everything you hoped, Matt Conant is one of the organizers, so he gives you permission to personally punch him in the balls. But trust us, you’ll have fun.

Exciting stuff ahead this summer, including a new revamp of this website to allow for easier access to the videos. Stay tuned…

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Classic Zombie Locations

July 16, 2010

So, we mentioned we’ve been working a bunch with Cinemassacre.

James Rolfe has posted not only The Dragon in my Dreams, but also footage from our location tour of the Night of the Living Dead cemetery, and the Dawn of the Dead mall, both available for viewing on Cinemassacre’s site. It was pretty cool to be standing on the places where such classics were shot. We even enjoyed geeking out spending literally HOURS trying to find the EXACT spot where Tom Savini’s character dies in DOTD, to no avail.

Next up: interviews with George “The Animal” Steele, several cast and crew members of NOTLD, Burt I. Gordon, and Tom Savini himself! So keep your eyes open. In the meantime, having now seen “Inception,” we’re able to finish the final touches on our feature-length “Controls” script, without worry that it will be the exact same film. A collective sigh of relief over here, that’s for sure.

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The Dragon in my Dreams

June 22, 2010

James Rolfe has uploaded his latest film, a retrospective on his inspiration to become a filmmaker, aptly titled The Dragon in My Dreams. It also happens to be James’ 300th Film, and it lands just as he turns 30. For those counting, that’s as though he made 10 films a year starting the day he was born. Feel unproductive yet? We sure do.

Anyway, it is an extremely touching and personal film, and Cinevore’s Matt Conant did some camerawork for it. So that’s two reasons to enjoy.

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POM featured on YouTube’s Comedy section!

August 29, 2008

Piece Of Meat update: everybody’s favorite/least favorite parody video involving cow births and the Angry Video Game Nerd has been featured on the main “Comedy” page of YouTube!

Don’t believe us? Check out these screencaps!

Featured Worldwide, no less!

Even more hilarious, we’ve evidently been featured on something called “Spassdroge.com”. I guess we’re big in Germany? Or at least on German pseudo-porn boob video sites.

Should this be cause to celebrate? It’s unclear. But we’ll take it!

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Piece of Meat mp3 online now

August 19, 2008

Well, we’re at the 1 week mark for our video “Piece of Meat” being on the internet, and we’ve almost reached 5,000 views. And that’s even WITHOUT the additional specific help of any of our star power (beyond the tags, which I’m sure doesn’t hurt). The video has already exceeded the number of views for Cinevore’s first film Scarfeet, which has been online for over 2 years. To celebrate, we’ve uploaded a free downloadable mp3 of the song for those of you who want to hear the ridiculousness over and over. Download it here!

If you haven’t seen the video yet, check it out HERE. Be sure to leave comments or at least rate it!

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Piece of Meat online

August 12, 2008

Check it out! We promise you won’t be disappointed. Disgusted? Perhaps. But we can live with that.