Thanks for all the feedback! I recently submitted this short to a local International Horror/Sci-Fi Film Festival, so to spruce it up, I applied Magic Bullet and fixed a few sound problems. The newer file is 5.98MB, but its basically the same movie, just with a better look and at 720x480 instead of 320x240.
I would like to ask those of you giving my film a 2, to please post some feedback why you think my short deserves such a low score. What did I do wrong? Or do you just not care for the material? I take my work seriously.. and always on the move to correct and improve my stuff. Please don't just leave a low score and not explain why. Thanks.
And in reply to the one person who ask about my self vote. Of course! I did and will always give myself at least one vote, if it weren't right or allowed, then I'm sure the website could change to not allow it. I do it to offset those of you who just mark the film with a low score to 1) get your own film higher 2) just to mark people down, regardless the content.
I'm working on a new script that will involve more puppets. The budget for this short was $300 and a lot of scenes were cut to make it under 3 minutes in the original version. The reason for this film was to enter it into a local TV contest that hosts short films. Rules were: Genre has to be Horror / Sci-Fi, Had to be under 3 minutes.
Here is a pic of the muppet furry used at the end of the film. I make and build all my muppets.
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