Red Snow Trailer
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 12:01pm
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|Some kids playing in the snow find blood wich leads to some dead bodys but the killer is still hanging around.|Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 12:05pm
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I saw it in one of your previous posts. It looks cool. I see that Chromanator has opened new options for you, with the guy splitting in half. hehe. I would give it a 3.
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 2:31pm
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one pointer i have to throw in. when the kid is about to get it with the stick it seems kind of slow.
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 5:24pm
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Looks good, cant wait for the actual film, but its kind of hard to understand whats going on in some parts
Also, when you see the dead bodies, you can see them twitching, not a big issue but just a small fault.
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 5:26pm
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Heh! I like it though!
Seems kinda wierd to me anyway, but I also made that kind of stuff! Haven't come any longer in the experience!
Right, anyway I suppose that you someday will be a director?! Well, I think you will be!
I'll give the movie a 3
Tra - THX Pictures
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 6:12pm
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man this sucks! I was looking forward to watching the film but the tripod site came up and said that it had exceeded its bandwidth and will be available in a few hours! :&rt; oh well, Ill try again later!
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 6:31pm
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ok, tripod says that it will be back up in 2 hours (1:30 right now EST)
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 8:41pm
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Sorry, tripod sucks, lol, should be back up soon. Hopefully.
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Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 9:05pm
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Well, it's down so i can't see it, but the twitching could be called rigor mortis setting in...
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 10:14pm
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well it is now 5:15 here and its still not up, are you going to host it somewhere else?
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 10:15pm
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its working 4 me
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 10:24pm
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are you right clicking or left clicking?
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 11:09pm
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were could i host it?
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 11:18pm
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Those sites you gave links to in the forums maybe?
Posted: Thu, 19th Feb 2004, 11:21pm
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i did right click and "save target as" and it worked fine
Posted: Fri, 20th Feb 2004, 12:46am
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Posted: Fri, 20th Feb 2004, 7:32am
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interesting...Pretty violent movie for kids to be making, but oh well, Its all those video games....Wait, no it isnt, thats the worst excuse there is. You kids are just SICK.
Posted: Fri, 20th Feb 2004, 4:10pm
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ok, I clicked on the site that you just gave and it is downloading now
Posted: Fri, 20th Feb 2004, 4:34pm
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looks like there will be much better acting in this one then in past projects
looks promising, although will it be fast pace? As far as the trailer goes, it told me a lot about the movie, and was well put together
however there wasnt anything that really grabbed you or mad me really excited to see the movie (dramatic emotional scenes, fast action, or funny jokes, all depending on what you are trying to get across) just something to keep in mind for future trailers. I cant wait for the actuall movie!
Posted: Sat, 21st Feb 2004, 1:27am
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why isnt this movie showing up in the New movies section on the front page? Im still waiting for zed to start working again.
Posted: Sat, 21st Feb 2004, 1:51am
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This was decent. It had some good camera angles, and you did a good job of keeping the "attacker" out of the picture for the shots where the guys got chopped or whatever. But it looked to me as if this movie will have the same slow action that has haunted your other movies. Hopefully I'm wrong!
Posted: Sun, 22nd Feb 2004, 2:57am
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actually showing people getting killed on a trailer, how classy
not really much in the suspense category,
but for a bunch of kids it was quite good
Posted: Sun, 22nd Feb 2004, 3:09am
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Yeah one word of advice:
You often use shots in your movies where you see one shot where the guy is coming to stab/jab/hit/etc. the other actor, then one where you see the stick/knife/etc. on the actor's neck/head/arm/etc. for about 2-3 seconds, then keep it there until he has fallen on the ground. Now these slow down the action immensely. What I would do instead of that is somethign like:
1. shot of the killer coming for the camera, for a split second
2. either something like a shadow of them, with the dagger in and stuff for no more than 1 sec or a close shot of the actor's face, seeing his surprise.
3. shot from ground level seeing him fall, his head ends up in the middle. for 1 sec max.
4. killer continues on...
That wouldn't slow it down as much. And try to never have black in between shots, that slows it down too. And never leave it for more than 1 sec of the guy just sitting there acting stabbed, with a knife/ etc. in his throat/etc.
Hope this helps!
Posted: Sun, 22nd Feb 2004, 3:17am
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Posted: Sun, 22nd Feb 2004, 3:27am
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What is? The Trailer or my comment?
Posted: Sun, 22nd Feb 2004, 6:09pm
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The trailer. But your comments are valid.
Posted: Sun, 22nd Feb 2004, 8:39pm
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advice not on film but trailer
i think the pacing needs some work
often the mini clips dont capture the feeling of suspense
timing is important too
the fading doesnt seem to help the suspense either
but u are kids
so what can i say