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Crawling Space

Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 6:05pm

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Crawling Space:

Lance Corporal Floyd is the last known surviving member of CR1. Private Jay, Rick and Pete form CR2.
Team CR were established to travel through portals and shut down possible threats to Earth. In this pilot episode you will be introduced to members of the team and shown the 'middleman planet'. Where they must await a portal home.

Please also consider I had no budget, it was all guerilla film-making. And its my second ever production.

Thank you.
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Update - A wmv version is now available but be warned its compressed a little more than the .mp4 version. Please take this into account upon viewing.


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Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 6:28pm

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WOO HOO

Dam right, this is the Phatest movie EVA............(just cos ime in it)

on a more sereous note:

Every one worked realy hard on this, and althogh the acting is verry amiture (especaly the fact that i say 'man' to mutch), i think we did a f twisted ing good job!

Nice one Joby for all the specal efects, i think you raly puled em off.

but im'e just Slightly biest towards it and would realy like to know what you all think of it.

Cheers
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 6:33pm

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Bit reluctant to give it a 5 ( because of the ending, i'm not going to give anything away, but you'l know what i mean when you see it. )

I took into account this is er-no's first film and the fact i watched it on a small screen.

Very impressed with his handling of the shots, some clever camera shots in there.
I would suggest a few more close up's on your actors.
other than that er-no has done a good job on the directing and editing.

i understand that some of the music was from sollthar, so hats off all round.
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 6:35pm

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Rating: +1

So, finally you´re film is online and ready to be viewed by everyone... smile

Luckily I was able to see it a few days ago and as you already know. I liked it... smile

What I like most about the film is the beginning. The film starts visually very creative, with great soundediting, good acting and creepy shots wich give a real scary and exciting feeling. This start is very clever done.
In the second part too there were some very interesting and creative shots (eg the one from high up) and the actionparts went quite well. Shame that the camera mostly is too far away from what is happening, but nevertheless the film is well done and very entertaining.


I hope for a second part... wink
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 6:37pm

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In anyone has ever filmed anything, even at this level where you are taking months planning the filming and getting people to hold the cameras you will know how hard it is to film anything!

Break it down if you want. In a couple of the shots I had three cameras for one shot and then had to ruddy change the colour in post-production on each one cos the white balance wasn't set up!

I am proud of this because I now respect anything thats ever filmed and edited. I am proud of this because its trying to do what most other productions from seventeen years olds can't. And thats thats reveal a plot/narrative.

Thank you all so far. Especially big thanks to Sollthar and flameboy (he'll probably read this oneday....) smile
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 6:47pm

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The start is amazing, and some very nice special effects as well as cleverly thought out smaller effects such as the timer and hud effects for the on-head camera.

Most student films lack a certain pace or enthusiasm which means they end up being quite slow and boring to watch but Crawling Space kept me watching throughout. The breaks in the action were well placed and the music was used along with the action well, particuarly at the end.

I watched this film very closely and am very very pleased to be part of a film team (despite the fact I only supplied some sounds I got onto the credits) that has produced something of this substance and quality given so little resources and such a short space of time.

Here's To Crawling Space 2...

Note: On the credits, watch the visual screen closely. You'll see something in the puddle. wink
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 8:27pm

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Loved how it started. Kept my attention the whole time. The acting was ok. (Seen and done worse) The music was coming in and out a couple of times during the film but didn't affect how I rated it. (could have been the download on my end) Nice camera work. Like the overhead shots. The HUD's made the film work for me. All in all a VERY good effort. Will be looking very forward to the next part. An easy 5 from me. wink
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 10:36pm

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Thank you Micheal. Its great of you to bother to comment on it as well, I hope everyone does. smile

Most people seem to love the beginning and the sound has worked fine on computers I have tested it on?

Try it again?

smile
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 11:03pm

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All those 5's in a row, can't wait to see this one.
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 11:05pm

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Two_Gunned saint wrote:

All those 5's in a row, can't wait to see this one.
Look for the shotgun in the background. Heh, we don't even use that.

DOH! smile
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2003, 11:40pm

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i have to say that as far as student films go that this one is exceptional to say the least. With no budget and a heart full of ideas and a dream...yadda yadda.
this film is really good though. being a part (however little the contribution) of the filming process, i have to say that this film really came to life through skilled and inspireing editing.
It manages to convey its narrative at a controlled fast pace with little confusion.
little niggles would be the acting (but hey, it a student film) and it really would have benefitted with a longer running time. locations, props, (make up biggrin) all well used.

Coudo's to all involved, look forward to the sequel...
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 12:44am

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The truck was cool, the directing was pretty good, and the alamdv stuff was as well. The filters were pretty cool also. But those low quality sound effects wrecked the whole thing - and that last song.

Not bad though -
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 1:17am

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MechaForce wrote:

The truck was cool, the directing was pretty good, and the alamdv stuff was as well. The filters were pretty cool also. But those low quality sound effects wrecked the whole thing - and that last song.

Not bad though -
Those low quality sound effects are actually very good. sad

I will make sure you and sidey get a DVD version with all the out-takes smile
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 1:21am

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What is wrong with that last song (the battle one)? Seriously? Its perfect for the battle and I even edited it around the caps??!

Bit disapointed with your 3 vote. Can you not see the effort that has gone into this. Ah well, it won an award last week. Just wondering what you think I could have improved considering I actually had no budget.
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 1:34am

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Hey er-no, I'm d'loading it now. Chack back in about 35 mins. to hear my impressions...

So you guys are 17 years old also? I'm curious to see what my peers have produced. cool
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 1:40am

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Heh, I know that I will be remembering who has voted what for when they submit anything they make and also who has been bothered to leave their opinion.

twisted
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 2:07am

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I thought the effects were pretty good. Nice opening. The acting needed a little touching up, and maybe the cinemetography (sp). I liked the whole camera on heard thing, but the angles in the wood are the angles I didn't like.

I want to see the next episode, so stop readin' and start producin'.
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 2:51am

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You know, the music seemed to be jumping. Were you using mp3's in Final Cut Pro, or something?

Other than that, it was cool, but I have one tip:

If you are out in the country, do not be afraid to disturb the peace, and displace some earth.

In other words, some explosions, whether done by jumping on a plank, or for real, or some body hits on that guy in the black suit, could have made this pretty cool.

In fact, some body hits on the guy in the black outfit would have made it really, really cool. Everything else was not bad, but some color alteration on the forest scene to match with all the cool filters would have been nice.
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 3:43am

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er-no wrote:

Thank you Micheal. Its great of you to bother to comment on it as well, I hope everyone does. smile

Most people seem to love the beginning and the sound has worked fine on computers I have tested it on?

Try it again?

smile
No bother at all. I liked it. I'm sure the sound problem was just the download....I'll try it again later.
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 5:10am

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Well congratulations. I forgot how funny you English guys sound when you talk. Where the hell did you get a van like that? Nice use of what you do have. I'm not big on the entire science fiction thing, but it's a nice, original idea. I do want to comment on my favorite part, where the guy in the black suit drops from the tree and decks that army guy and that one musical note plays. Good job, fellas.
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 7:43am

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It seems to me people are having a problem with the sound sync on the last bit of the mp4.

I can guarentee the final copy is not like this and sadly it looks like its the download or something (I have the original mp4 on my desktop and its perfect).

As for what I was using. Well, most of the sound files were high quality, a couple .aif's. (maybe thats the problem.)

Don't vote on the compression, thats my suggestion. The dvd version does kick some serious arse smile
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 7:44am

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ijohnson33 wrote:

Well congratulations. I forgot how funny you English guys sound when you talk. Where the hell did you get a van like that? Nice use of what you do have. I'm not big on the entire science fiction thing, but it's a nice, original idea. I do want to comment on my favorite part, where the guy in the black suit drops from the tree and decks that army guy and that one musical note plays. Good job, fellas.
Thats me (the guy who is hit).

smile
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 8:43am

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Eeeughhhh!!!!!! Spent hours downloading it last night, when I got to it this morning it didn't bleedin' work. So I'm dowloading it again, I'll post a comment soon. (Unless it doesn't work again.)
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 8:44am

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ijohnson33 wrote:

Well congratulations. I forgot how funny you English guys sound when you talk.
Who talk funny? You can talk!!!

A hint of linguo-racism here, methinks!

You should watch more British TV. I recommend The Office (oh, but it's being remade in American), Fawlty Towers (oh, but they released a really dire remake there) Mr Bean (actually, he hardly talks, but it probably still been remade anyway).

Really...I'm outraged!!!

(splutter)

You probably think we always talk like this, and if we don't you think it's funny: "eh what! jolly good show, eh? yaaaaaas. he is a jolly good boodley-boy, eh what? now where did I leave that kipper!"

When will you stop thinking we still talk like a bunch of turnips?!

lol cool

Mel
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 10:35am

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I liked this a lot i really did, some of the shots you had in there are really good, i like the head camera effects, i liked the music, i think like sidewinder said maybe a little bloody from the guy in the black would of been good, but other then that thats a deffinate 5 from me, cant wait to see the next biggrin
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 10:47am

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Good stuff er-no. As has been said previously, excellent start. Very well edited, particular sound editing, and intriguing from visual and plot standpoints.

It seemed to lose the pacing a little bit in the second half, but this could just be because it is the first part of something greater.

Nifty and innovative use of some alam effects.

However, I also had big problems with the music. While the rest of the audio was fine, the music was always choppy and fragmented, as if it had been taken from a really poor mp3. If it's not in the original, I wonder what's causing that problem...

Overall, though, rather good. smile
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 12:55pm

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yer, the soundtrack we used dose drop in qualety in the donload,. we are working on the DVD at the moment, and i hav been given the all importent task of puting the outakes together... i feel so honerd razz . thanks for all the coments, ime glad you liked it. if you want a copy of the DVD, PM er-no and he will be able to tell u more about it.

www.er.no.com has been Re vamped again aswell, thanks to Hybrid and er-no for doing that.
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 12:59pm

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That Last post is me.
oh, and the link is www.er-no.com
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 1:18pm

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Oh, well...

perhaps when I get broadband.

sad

Paul
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 3:30pm

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A very good effort for a student film, covering a topic and genre that is difficult to pull off convincingly. It looks good, and it is techincally brilliant. Very well filmed and edited, great choice of music throughout and the sound editing (especially when songs had to be modified) was very good. Ash, Adema, Halo - hell yeah! A lot of people put a lot of work into this, and it shows - they all deserve the rateings it is getting. Marvellous, great men!

RS
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 4:40pm

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Rick.............. um...............u r in the film.................... razz
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 4:42pm

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turbanator wrote:

Rick.............. um...............u r in the film.................... razz
Well, we always new Private Rick Skateboard was a strange one, he sits and just cocks his gun.... biggrin
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 5:02pm

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Hahaha, Mel you crack me up. I can hear you sayin that now. You know i'm just messin with ya. I'm sure you guys make fun of American accents all the time. Don't be outraged. By the way, good movie.
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 5:09pm

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Now, don't take this personally, but why is everyone giving this movie a 5? It's not the best movie on the site or anything -
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Ok I'll try for the third time to download it. Both times before it's said Bad Data. Does that mean that it didn't download properly 'cos SOME WAZZOCK stopped the download or 'cos my STUPID COMPUTER shut down or just generally retarded up and didn't work. Do I need some extra software or what? All the other MP4 files work Ok. Does anyone have any idea what's going on?

I'll try downloading it again tonight. (it better be good all this chute I'm going through to get it.) smile

Any help as to why it doesn't work would be very much appreciated.
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Mecha - different people have different opinions. Not everyone will share yours. Just let people draw their own conclusions and choose their own ratings. smile

The opening to this film is amongst some of the best work seen here to date, even if the rest of the movie doesn't quite live up to the early promise. I for one am looking forward to seeing what this team produce next.
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Now mecha don't take this personal like but I'm sure alot of people have given your films a 5 (I might have too) and there not exactly the best on the site either. smile
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MechaForce wrote:

Now, don't take this personally, but why is everyone giving this movie a 5? It's not the best movie on the site or anything -
Its a production, not a film and is intended for television, and hopefully I can get it on Channel 4 within the end of the year. Its not the best movie on the site, but its one of a VERY few that contains a narrative, formed from an original script, and had more than just alam effects.

I had access to lots of rifles and replicas but I didn't have a huge battle because I wanted to try something which I had been writting for ages.

You should at least know the time and effort it takes to film and edit anything. Let alone considering its my first production and first time using Final Cut Pro 3. 300 hours editing, a script, travelling and acquiring land and months and months to plan. It deserves more than a 3, because I see test shots and LOGO's receive 4's.

You are entitled to your own opinion Mecha, but give Crawling Space a chance (ignoring the obvious compression fault in the sound, which isn't in the uncompressed), go on, watch it again and look for the little features, like the timecode in Jay's visor, or the fact I still remain dead in the shot when Floyd is telling Pete and Rick to flank it.

wink Again, you are entitled to your own opinion. Just like everyone else. I still look forward to what you next submit biggrin
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OOooh...
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sidewinder wrote:

OOooh...
Heh. Nice opinion sidewinder. biggrin
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yer but i wud give a good title sequence a five if i thoght it deservers it, whereas i wud give a bad prodoction a 3 or 4 if i thoght that the produsers of it wernt trying.
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I'm not crticizing people for giving the movie 5 stars, I just want to know how this movie was better then movies such as "The Test" or "Adrenaline."


I never said the movie was bad either -
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"The Test" and "Adrenaline" ARE NOT movies, they are short clips with no narrative created soley with the intention of using impressive AlamDV effects or amazing stuntwork (Believe me, I was wowed).

Crawling Space wasn't created with the motive to solely use AlamDV effects to impress an audience, It is trying to do something which very few or even none of what anything else has in the Cinema section (I have viewed pretty much all of them at er-no's house) which is to create it's own storyline completely origionally via an intelligent narrative and complex script although use of AlamDV in the film was to create visual effects that were impressive (Hence it being on this site) they only aid the storyline.

Crawling Space is creating its own universe whereas alot of submissions here are just some impressive video effects. I think that alone commands a little more respect from you.

Sure you didn't say the movie was bad, but you posted uneccessarily preaching a little about the way in which people are rating this submission. I think tarn said it best, can we leave it at that?

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You say you're trying to get it on Channel 4. Is that the British Channel 4? 'cos that'd be sweet. If you can do it then so can I. Well... if I had any talent. smile
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Yeah smile Channel 4 as in the english terrestrial channel 4 smile
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Two_Gunned saint wrote:

You say you're trying to get it on Channel 4. Is that the British Channel 4? 'cos that'd be sweet. If you can do it then so can I. Well... if I had any talent. smile
Well as you may know they have those amatuer film thingys late night always later into the year (August/October/Semp/Nov).

Basically, I am going to keep bothering them until they show it, I know a few contents through a media tutor... so... maybe.
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Sweet!!! Good luck, I'll have to give that a go.
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Two_Gunned saint wrote:

Sweet!!! Good luck, I'll have to give that a go.
Look on the website and just keep on emailing smile
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Hahaha, Mel you crack me up. I can hear you sayin that now. You know i'm just messin with ya. I'm sure you guys make fun of American accents all the time. Don't be outraged. By the way, good movie.
of course i was just kidding!

i don't make fun of american accents though - I know it is just a sad fact of life. lol joke

Mel
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Deep breath. Ok I will now try for the FOURTH time to download it. AAAAAAAHHHHGGGGGG!!!!!!!! I'm gonna kill someone soon if this carries on. Godamn asswong disconnecting when I was 75% into the download!!!! AAAAAHHHGGGGG!!!!!
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Try downloading it with getright.. or if you have ICQ I will file transfer it to you smile
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Sorry for didn't written erlier ! Hadn't any time,anyway looked at it a couple of times..

The sound, like everybody else said, it was kinda' strange.. but im sure its the compression, but im used to that mp4 files has good sound, so i got suprised..

Pretty nice story overall, nice effects, if i were you i would notused the Ghostbuster stream, didn't looked good with the background.. Maybe a little FilmFX would make this movie even better!

Rather good, or Good. razz
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Damn. I am getting annoyed about the sound as the final version I have here (before it was uploaded) is fine, sound is very good throughout.

Can someone give me a specific place where the sound is very bad so I can just make sure?
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Well my 4th attempt failed. I don't have get right and no ICQ. The problem is my brother fiddling with it while it's downloading so it gets cancelled. I'll give it a 5th try if it happens again I may break out the firearms. twisted
Posted: Tue, 18th Mar 2003, 10:28pm

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Two_Gunned saint wrote:

Well my 4th attempt failed. I don't have get right and no ICQ. The problem is my brother fiddling with it while it's downloading so it gets cancelled. I'll give it a 5th try if it happens again I may break out the firearms. twisted
Hah. There will be a .wmv version uploaded within the next few days! smile

Hopefully that'll remove these sound problems people are having with current downloaded mp4.

Please don't judge it on the pesky problems. Damn stupid computers.

I blame BT ;-D
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Not bad at all. Lots of effort has gone into this one and I think it’s a great start as your first film. The sound FX were very 60's sci-fi and the levels were a little off in places but I bet the DVD version works well. The pacing was odd near the end and the script never really told us much of a story but the first 3rd worked very well.

Over all I give it a 4, some parts could have been better, but as a first attempt with this much effort you deserve a good score.

I look forward to your next installment.
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Rating: +2

I really enjoyed this production. Such memorable scenes as 'Avoiding the ham' and the fun park fiasco have remained in my memory for as long as I can remember.

:/ um... what else.....

The Acting was marginally better than I thought it would be, but the editing. The editing is where this cake shone, as though the very icing (which would probably be the cinematography, as far as this cake metaphor goes) itself had been polished with some sort of advanced alien cake-polish, that bends the light from all around the cake, creating a bizzare illusion of 3 cakes, each one more succulent than the last. Yes. The editing certainly prevailed to save the day. Also, the part in which John Eyre is forced to repent, made me smile, and tired.

All in all, a 5 star effort, it entertained me and intrigued me. What more can a biscuit ask of a movie? And to think, all on 50 pence. You are one crazy ladd.
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That was good er-no cool Good story, good effects and good sets but what keep me from giving a 5 stars : I was waiting for more action. All thoses cool guns (not to forgot that truck), but you didn't really use them cry We only see one muzzle flash.

Hope to see more action in the sequel smile
Keep up the good work
4 stars

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I want to start by saying that it was a good film. But still seemed like a regular amateur movie. DO NOT misunderstand what I'm saying there. Amateur means something different to each and every person. However, it was quite a leap above a lot of the usual movies on here. But not by much. And let me assure you that I don't vote on effort. I vote on what I see and hear, e.g. ideas, acting, sound etc. cool

I'll start with the bad and then do the good stuff...

Probs/bad points

1. Over the first (computer?) voice (in intro), I could hear music in the background. Was that supposed to be there? Or did someone forget to turn it off during overdubbing?
2. Those green LCD type things that pop up describing people at the beginning, although good, are far too small to read unless you're within a few feet of the screen. I watched it on a 21" monitor and had trouble. NOT because of the compression, though.
3. Shame about the choppy sound, but you said that was compression. The actual SoundFX used were quite low quality and could have used some cleaning up. Especially that repetetive one, where the guns come through the portal. Yuck. crazy Vary your sounds by pitching them differently, combine with others, etc. Makes it a bit more interesting.

At 7:50, there was a small alarm sound stuck in the right speaker. Gradually panning that to the center, as he gets in the van would've set it more in reality. I could also explain about EQing it to make it change also, but it's too much to explain.

At 8:58 the music is stuck in the left speaker right till it ends. Was that a mistake?

At 9:26 what's with that music? Just thought you could've used something better. More fitting.

4. The main title and music didn't fit, IMO. Just seemed too highbrow. I think there needed to be something a little more subtle, curious sounding and understated.
5. You're right, some of the acting was a bit off. Some people needed to say things with more conviction in their voice.
6. What's with using the ghostbusters stream?? Surely everyone recognises that and identifys it with Ghostbusters! Personally, I would never have let that that one through. evil
7. Like someone else said, I think it needs more closeup shots, too.

Good points

1. Like everyone says, the opening is very good. I believe part of that is because the van thing (name?) has a lot of character. Waddling around from side to side. biggrin
2. I liked the details on the hud displays.
3. The sound was for the most part, very good quality. I especially liked the volume of the voices and music together at 4:43. Nicely balanced all through. The voices also seemed to have a lot of punch and clarity to them.

But...(see bad points)

4. When Floyd joins the team, it suddenly gets better! The pace picks up and takes on a bit more action that gets the blood moving again.
5. Well done on not overdoing the action elements. I totally understand what you were trying to achieve.
6. Acting was very clearcut. Some minor niggles, but it was all very solid.

Btw, you said this was scripted? What was scripted?

You know, one thing that bothered me was after the main opening sequence, you see these guys jump through a portal into another world. When I saw it, I instantly thought, Stargate. Sorry, but I did.
And with Floyd waiting nearby and then joining them, it seemed like a mobile Stargate thing.

The editing was good. And like Schwar said, the first 1/3 of the film worked best. I felt the same. Seemed more thought out than the rest. Just the way it came across. wink But like I said, it gets better when Floyd jumps into play!

Well, I've written loads. And I wrote it because you deserve to know about the things I thought could be better and the things that were just fine. We all need it! smile If anyone says they don't, they're lying. twisted rolleyes

Adam.
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OK er-no, lets get to work.

Good start to Crawling Space, little long, but liked the graphics. Very original. How long did it take you to render this movie? Good intro into your characters. But again, I feel that you need to go a little faster into the action. We see what you can do er-no, now lets get into the story. biggrin

When in the forest, very good use of angels. I really liked the reflection in the mud puddle. Shows creativity and a knowledge of the camera and how to use it in relationship to telling a story. I liked the music you selected too, not to overpowering. I'm glad to see your actors not afraid to get dirty, this is something I don't see to often.

I guess my only suggestion to you er-no would be to quicken the pace of the film, and try to hone in on your cuts. Take a step back and ask yourself, do they make sense? I got lost some times with the cuts in the action wondering what was going on.

Over all er-no, this is one of the best movies on this site. So many of the movies on AlamDV are pointless and they rely on the SFX's to carry the story. SFX's are a means of telling a story, not the story itself. So many filmmakers tend to get that confused. You have a grasp on that er-no, you show great maturity my friend. Cheers!

I look forward to future work from you and your production crew. Good luck er-no.
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ok then, to sum up wahat most people hav sead:

bad sound
not enogh acton
nice idea
clevery done
shit acting (that migt just be me, rick sk8tebord and clamito cos we are our own worst critics)

but over all it was enjoyable, ya?

i ges there are two audence's for this, theres alamdv who want action and cool efects, then theres our classm8tes who want a storyline and most of all an ending. the next one will have to be more caterd towards the alam comunety, but ime not working on that so ill leve it up to Er-No to decide what he feels is more important.
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adamlightandmagic wrote:

I want to start by saying that it was a good film. But still seemed like a regular amateur movie. DO NOT misunderstand what I'm saying there. Amateur means something different to each and every person. However, it was quite a leap above a lot of the usual movies on here. But not by much. And let me assure you that I don't vote on effort. I vote on what I see and hear, e.g. ideas, acting, sound etc. cool

I'll start with the bad and then do the good stuff...

Probs/bad points

1. Over the first (computer?) voice (in intro), I could hear music in the background. Was that supposed to be there? Or did someone forget to turn it off during overdubbing?

It was supposed to be there, I spent a long time contacting the band called Halo and basically that soundtrack is what I am using for Crawling Space. Much alike the Buffy soundtrack in terms of rock.

2. Those green LCD type things that pop up describing people at the beginning, although good, are far too small to read unless you're within a few feet of the screen. I watched it on a 21" monitor and had trouble. NOT because of the compression, though.

I completely understand what you are saying here but last week this pilot episode was shown to 200 people and then won an award (yay). Those green boxes were perfect and any bigger it would have lost the feel they were coming from the visor.

3. Shame about the choppy sound, but you said that was compression. The actual SoundFX used were quite low quality and could have used some cleaning up. Especially that repetetive one, where the guns come through the portal. Yuck. crazy Vary your sounds by pitching them differently, combine with others, etc. Makes it a bit more interesting.

Who is to say what sound is givin off when something is thrown through a portal. I searched through hundreds of sound effects at the one most impressed me. It gave the impression the objects and people were being spat out.

At 7:50, there was a small alarm sound stuck in the right speaker. Gradually panning that to the center, as he gets in the van would've set it more in reality. I could also explain about EQing it to make it change also, but it's too much to explain.

It does pan. I have done that all, also when the shot moves back the db level drops and when he enters the Vampire it goes back up. I made use of the sound editing in terms of L and R, however the full and final version is probably best for that! *stupid internet* biggrin

At 8:58 the music is stuck in the left speaker right till it ends. Was that a mistake?

Again, sadly its probably the compression. Without swearing - This compression has sliced and diced sad

At 9:26 what's with that music? Just thought you could've used something better. More fitting.

Crawling Space theme, I also edited it around the action, I don't think the compression shows this off as good as it could have done.

4. The main title and music didn't fit, IMO. Just seemed too highbrow. I think there needed to be something a little more subtle, curious sounding and understated.

wink

5. You're right, some of the acting was a bit off. Some people needed to say things with more conviction in their voice.

True, but none of them were professionally trained actors or anything. biggrin


6. What's with using the ghostbusters stream?? Surely everyone recognises that and identifys it with Ghostbusters! Personally, I would never have let that that one through. evil

I love the Ghostbusters so does my dad, and this production is dedicated to him.


7. Like someone else said, I think it needs more closeup shots, too.

It does, but we didn't have much time. I was against the clock and I knew if I had used one close up I would be wantiing more throughout the day. I however do use a few.... (Floyd explaining).


Btw, you said this was scripted? What was scripted?

The whole thing is a huge script that I have broken into three parts.

Crawling Space Zero.
Crawling Space (the one you have seen)
Crawling Space 2

You have to remember, this is not a film. Its a production created to finally go on television. The whole thing was scripted.

The reason Private Jay is second in command is because his older brother was a member of CR1.

The reason they don't just all run around guns ablazing is they are commanded not to in Middleman.

That creature was a member of CR1 and has been stuck in the parallel world for what could be years. He is avenging the fact the rest of CR1 left him.


Throughout the film (especially in the opening interior Vampire shots). Take a look to notice the character development. Rick is nervous. Pete is more calm and I don't get on with Floyd (explained in Zero).

You know, one thing that bothered me was after the main opening sequence, you see these guys jump through a portal into another world. When I saw it, I instantly thought, Stargate. Sorry, but I did.
And with Floyd waiting nearby and then joining them, it seemed like a mobile Stargate thing.

Thats funny. I based it on Sliders. razz No really, I researched into sci-fi pilots and they are all so funny to find and watch. Especially the Buffy one. I used the conventions of the genre. The difference is, Crawling Space portals threw you through and spat you out. Stargate you simply walk through.

The editing was good. And like Schwar said, the first 1/3 of the film worked best. I felt the same. Seemed more thought out than the rest. Just the way it came across. wink But like I said, it gets better when Floyd jumps into play!

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Posted: Wed, 19th Mar 2003, 9:17am

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JJJEEEEZZZZUUUZZZ

er no u repyed to the whole of that eek

nice 1 man, and thanks to alamdvlightandmagic for giveing a verry deataid opineoun.
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Sorry, can't get it at all.
I've tried various methods, but it's downloading it as a 1k file or viewing it as a general protection fault rolleyes

Paul
Posted: Wed, 19th Mar 2003, 1:21pm

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CurtinParloe wrote:

Sorry, can't get it at all.
I've tried various methods, but it's downloading it as a 1k file or viewing it as a general protection fault rolleyes

Paul
How have you managed that?

Don't worry.. a Media Player version should be up by friday. You can watch it then (probably a slightly worse visual compression but the audio may be fixed).

I hate computers biggrin
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Hey er-no. Thanks for the reply. There are a couple of things I need to set straight. smile

I said -> The actual SoundFX used were quite low quality...

Who is to say what sound is givin off when something is thrown through a portal.
What I meant was, it needed some audio cleaning to fit in with the sound you had recorded. I wasn't criticising the sound you picked. wink

I also made a point about a small alarm sound...

It does pan. I have done that all,...
I've listened to it again and I'm not hearing things, it's not panned. crazy

I'd said -> You're right, some of the acting was a bit off. Some people needed to say things with more conviction in their voice.

True, but none of them were professionally trained actors or anything.
What does that mean, exactly?? I meant, they need to believe what they're saying, more. Get into it more.

I said -> What's with using the ghostbusters stream?? I would never have let that that one through.

I love the Ghostbusters so does my dad, and this production is dedicated to him.
I'm not gonna say it was wrong in that case, but I'd still have removed it. Dedication or not.

I'd said -> I think it needs more closeup shots, too.

It does, but we didn't have much time. I was against the clock and I knew if I had used one close up I would be wantiing more throughout the day.
Really? I didn't mean loads of closeups. Just 2-3 scattered around. Like when the guy is walking with the gun cause he's pissed off. A following closeup would've been great. If I had to choose only one place to insert a closeup, that would be it.

A useful experience to all. wink

Thanks again,
Adam.
Posted: Thu, 20th Mar 2003, 12:55pm

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liked the film, though think it would have benefited with the portal jump scene first, would have set the mood and scene better. and the beginning u had seemed a bit...long, drawn out, but still good.
liked the sfx, and really impressed with the fact that it was a no budget film, so well done overall.
i know wot im talking about coz i done a bit of stuff for the bbc and they said i know wots good. any comments u have or a further review to help u with future films or just to slag me off u can email me at cornell_bond@hotmail.com ...
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Heh, thats really strange as most of the other people who have seen this have preferred the beginning to the end, I suppose its a marmite beginning. smile Thank you for your review though.
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Finally in the late Wednesday morning I got to see this. Aaahh that's better.

As has been said the sound kept on cutting out which got very irritating not that it's any fault of yours and I won't mark the film down for it. It looked good from what I saw however the image kept flickering too. Therefore I'll get the .wmv version and review it then as I think I'll need to see it properly with better sound and without the flicker before fairly giving it a rating.
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Send me a DV tape. And I'll stick it digitally on the tape for you!

Otherwise at the moment I am working hard on college work and the DVD features of Crawling Space.

Or I could send you a DVD copy.. if it works. crazy
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not a bad piece of film. . .

the only sound I found to be rather 'off' was the sound you used for static. . . it started to annoy me after a while

I'll believe that the quality of the sound effects was originally very good, but we weren't listening to the original sounds. . . we were listening to the compressed, mono-sounding effects that are the result of the compression scheme you chose, and that's all we have to review by.
a good comparison would be this :
monet paints "Vanilla Sky" (one of my personal favorite pieces of artwork, second only to H.R. Giger)
anyway, monet paints "Vanilla Sky" and then Pablo Biscotti comes along and uses his disposable camera to take a shaky, out of focus, poorly framed photo of the "Vanilla Sky" painting.
when he shows it to people, they find it hard to believe that it's a beautiful work of art, when in reality, it was just poorly represented

does that make sense to you?
it was the same deal with the music, it sounded like it was catching every other second, but again, probably just the compression

anyway, back to the movie review. .
personally, I found the mass usage of first person perspectives to be a little tiresome after a while. . . it seemed like you came up with a nifty HUD effect, and then way overused it. granted, it was a nifty HUD, but I could've stood to see a little less of it. . .

I liked the costumes, even if they did remind me more of hunter's camoflauge then military fatigues. . .
the costume of the guy in black, on the other hand, seemed a little 'last-minute-lost-the-orignal-costume-quick-find-some-black-clothes-and-facepaint'

fairly impressed with the vehicle (Vampire, I believe you called it?)

I have to side with AdamLightandMagic on the issue of the ghostbusters stream effect, though. . . it seemed a little too simplistic, out of place with the rest of the production. . . I would have liked to see something else in it's place. . .
same goes for the portals, and the portal creation sequence

hehe, that was quite the photoshop-ed jump floyd had into the portal!

saw the cameraman's shadow when the black figure did the kick up from the ground
the black figure's foot never made contact with the soldier's hand when he was supposed to be kicking the gun from his hand, and what's worse, is that it LOOKED like the foot never made contact
and the angles you used for the black guy's spinning crescent kick weren't very good, or rather, they WOULD be, if the black guy had placed his kick about 6 inches lower, his foot was too high.

also, why did you not put any blood effects in for when floyd was sniping the black guy? that first shot (when the gun goes flying out of his hand) would've been a prime location for a blood burst effect!

overall not too shabby! good work, er-no!
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Thank you for the write-up Ice_Man.

I take on board everything, and I will make use of all the suggestions smile What is amazing though is that everyone who has seen it here has had completely different 'bad things' to say about it, and completely different 'good things' to say about it... its actually exactly what I hoped for. A mixed response is better than a normal one.

I had to make do with the HUD shots because thats how Private_Jay was (as it was actually me!). I was a cameraman and it was technically easier for me to shoot from my POV than direct people shooting me.

If you can understand that.

Heh, and that portal jump was not photo-shoped. :)It was all Final Cut Pro. smile

Thanks for the comment. I'll move onto something bigger and better.

And yeah, its called a Vampire and damn has that thing for some history behind it smile
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oh, I completely understand how hard it is to direct AND be a major character too, something I'll never do again,
a conclusion I see you came to as well, seeing as you killed your character smile

photoshop, final cut, little difference, it was manipulated, who cares how? razz

anytime, er-no! it's nice to finally see some planned films here! I tire of the effects shots that everyone seems so fond of uploading!

is the crawling space website up yet? I'd like to hear more about the Vampire smile
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I killed my character?

Or have I?

*does strange arm movement and runs away*

I now think I have enough information on the Vampire. I'll start constructing the websites gfx smile
Posted: Fri, 21st Mar 2003, 3:16pm

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The portal jump flode did was not menipulated. if you get a dvd vershon of the coppy, you will see that the it was actualy a stuntman. (hence why flode has his hood up)
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rrriiiiggghhhtt. . . .
I don't buy that for an instant
it may have been a stuntman, but the jump was still altered
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Excelent Job! I have 1 word for you, PROPS excelent job on those. the only thing that bothered me however, is the head cam. besides that, acting was good, music was good, and plot was interesting. good show! I am looking foward to your next movie. 4 stars! (would have given it five except the headcam) biggrin
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Can't wait to see this , it will have to wait till I get my broadband in next week though wink
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Ice_Man wrote:

rrriiiiggghhhtt. . . .
I don't buy that for an instant
it may have been a stuntman, but the jump was still altered
Nope, the jump was not altered, (apart from the left side of the screen and the portal itself, sadly I didn't have access to a Wicca Witch).

I'll get the original jump uploaded if you want? biggrin
Posted: Fri, 21st Mar 2003, 8:57pm

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yes, please do upload it!
that's something I won't believe until I see the original footage.

wicca witch? is that some sort of british thing?
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Just watched this, and enjoyed it thoroughly! As those who have commented before me have already covered virtually every point, I'd just like to say: great work, Er-no! And I can't wait to see the second installment smile
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Wicca witch. I aint never heard of that and I'm a brit dunno what he's talkin' about. smile
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I've just watched it again and it seemed more watchable now (as you know my computer couldn't handle it.) I thought that was very good. Some more angles maybe but otherwise that was great, everything that could have been said has already been said. But that was an excellent piece of cinema. 5 stars no problem.
Posted: Thu, 27th Mar 2003, 6:17pm

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watched this film last night and thought i was extremely good. The production values alone made this film stand above most of the others I have seen on this website. Great work by Er-no and those involved.

I loved use of the head cam and it help create a great atmosphere that ran throughout the film.

The only drawback that i felt let the rest of the film down was the acting but as most people can understand on here this is sometimes something we cannot avoid.

Great work Er-no and i look forward to the following installments of this series.
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It took ages for me get this down (56k) and I can tell you it was worth every hour it took.This is a great touch of movie making....lots of innovative stuff there.....acting for non-pro's was outstanding......the film moved along at a great pace.....the story is excellent.....your use of FX was not overdone and just right.
Yep sound went wonky but that has nothing to do with production just stupid compression thingies.
Well done everyone in this film, it certainly was a joint effort.
I hope you put the truck back....LOL.

Thanks for the enjoyment of watching this..........hope next installment is'nt too far away..........mind you be careful.....if the powers, that be ,see this you'll all be in Iraq before you can say ALAMDV>>>>LOL

Congratulations on a job well done.

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er-no is unable to reply as he is currently driving the VAMPIRE 2500miles towards Iraq. If you wish to contact him please phone the British 3rd Flank and ask for Private Jay.
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lol
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Ok, sorry for the people who wanted a more compressed version. I am still editing the out-takes and will be able to send out the DVD with the making of (some funny stuff) included by the end of May. As for the .wmv that should be up online as soon as I get back to college next week.

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Hi there!

The movie was well directed, the opening very interesting and a nice way to establish everything, there was a plot, which is refreshing, and also I really dug the visuals (all those nifty defective camera shots are way cool!). Nice use of the Ghostbuster plug-in!

On the downside: editing could've been tighter in places. That's my main beef. Acting ain't bad for an amateur film but the plot suffered sometimes because of it. Sound wasn't very good on my version. It seems to me it's either a compression issue OR your levels were too high in editing. Check those levels, the sound seems crashed, that's why it ain't good.

A definite 4, considering your means, the skills displayed are impressive.

Looking forward to the next one!
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Comedy: "As the man with the shooting rifle in this film, how could I improve my acting skills?" Option.
Posted: Fri, 27th Jun 2003, 10:11pm

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top show there, keep up the work and looking forward to seeing a new one biggrin
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Cant Wait to see the new 1 i m new wish to make a movie similar to this you inspired me thanks keep up the good work 5 out of 5 for me.[/b]
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I'm glad to see I'm not the only person here trying to create something new. Its getting annoying seeing star wars fan film after fan film when what we need is original material. I like what you've done guys, here are my opinions for what they are worth.

Positives

Some nice camera angles

I like the editing, the camera shots were good, would have been nice to see the camera, obviously not the real one, your pseudo camera gettin gmore prominence.

Also nice to see the emphasis on the story and not on which airsoft gun your using. smile

Video quality, DV footage can be fab and your showing what can be done in good lighting conditions.

Negative
Cast are all too young, you need some late teens early twenties

A bit too much like a group of airsoft gamers filming themselves in the woods smile

Scenery, all woodland and 4x5 tracks, something else needed to give it flavour
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great movie, i can´t wait to the next one. hugegrin

hey, how did you made the goggle effect? it was so cool cool
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A WMV version of Crawling Space is now available to download. Yeah I know its taken me a few months but I did lose the project crazy

For those who haven't seen it yet! Enjoy! biggrin

Also, the compression is quite high. So don't blame me because you couldn't work out how to get a .mp4 working .
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this movie wasn't as good as i hoped it would be
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Mr Schmoe wrote:

this movie wasn't as good as i hoped it would be
Are you going to give a reason as to why you think this deserves a two star rating? Considering you are the only person so far to have voted this 2 out of 5. It seems a little strange you have voted on five other films and you have awarded them 5/5... I would love to hear how you feel I could have improved it, and also why it wasn't as good as you hoped it would be?
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hmmmmm. Here we go again.

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The good:

The ending. Well thought out.

The location.

The vehicle (hell yes)

The whole head cam thing was well done.

Some pretty good camera work and shot choices.

The bad:

The effects were a litle ropey.

Your voices needed more gravel. You all looked and sounded to clean cut, heh.

quality was a little dodgy. Although I have the wmv version, may be better in the quicktime one.

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So yes. It was quite good. 3 stars. But I must know. What was the music used at the end? It was very effective, much like the music at the end of 28 days later. Any help will be much appreciated.

good stuff.

Cheers,
Fight.
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Very Impressive!

I know how hard it is to make a movie like this, I love the cool special effects, I really like the truck.

And a funky storyline aswell, good job er-no
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"much like the music at the end of 28 days later. Any help will be much appreciated. "

Giving in to you - Adema

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Great stuff there. Well done! Like the shakey head came. Very Aliens-esque!
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I didnt really like those effects what did u used....., but this was still nice movie...., smile

3 Stars from me!

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Hi C r a zy
Just thought i'd mention that you voted 2 insted of 3, a few people get mixed up on the voting, i'm sure er-no will understand
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*is filled with rage and furious anger!

Heh, now worries, Interesting you voted it a three but still really enjoyed it. What didn't you like about it then crazy?
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Love it! biggrin
The ending was the best! Where did you get the music for the part when the bad dude wasgetting shot, that was awesome.

The Nerd eek
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As previously covered. The ending music is a track called "Giving in to you" by a band named Adema.
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Since you are making another one here my plea PLEEAASE do not use first person camera view ever again! I leaped with joy when Jay the cameraman died so we didnt have sit through it anymore! it was a good movie but half way through I was so sick of having try to make things out in the heat sensor and other modes and looking at peoples feet that I nearly stopped watching! Some is good, too much is literally sickening. Also I felt that some scenes could be shorter, thus saving downlad time and extending watch time!!!smile cant wait to see what happens next!
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Frozenpede wrote:

Since you are making another one here my plea PLEEAASE do not use first person camera view ever again! I leaped with joy when Jay the cameraman died so we didnt have sit through it anymore! it was a good movie but half way through I was so sick of having try to make things out in the heat sensor and other modes and looking at peoples feet that I nearly stopped watching! Some is good, too much is literally sickening. Also I felt that some scenes could be shorter, thus saving downlad time and extending watch time!!!smile cant wait to see what happens next!
Strange, most people that have watched it and the feedback in general has definetely been positive towards the camera angle on the character of Jay. There is a reason he has the camera (revealed in the prequel). Sadly, I feel that the compression that Crawling Space went through really hurt its downloaded viewing ability. I look forward to filming the two around this one and delivering something a lot better smile Thank you for your comment though, its appreiciated smile
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I didnt mean to sound stuck up. I just meant that 30 seconds to a minute total is ok but here its at least 2 -5 minutes total and thats what really does it, it was fine at first then it was annoying and just before Jay died it was unbearable
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Frozenpede wrote:

I didnt mean to sound stuck up. I just meant that 30 seconds to a minute total is ok but here its at least 2 -5 minutes total and thats what really does it, it was fine at first then it was annoying and just before Jay died it was unbearable
Sorry, I didn't really understand a word of the beginning of that. sad

I'm glad the death of myself as a character was unbearable, answer me this though. If it was 'unbearable' how come you watched it til the end biggrin

Me thinks you loved hating it wink
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I was refering to the last post ( in which I said that I didnt like the 1st person cam) and I was saying that I may have sounded too unforgiving and I was trying to explain myself in better words. To tell you the truth I just skipped a lot of parts with 1st person view and nearly stopped watching altogether but Jay died so I knew that meant no more first person camera ( no offense to you as a character)
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What was the vehicle you used, was it cg (dosent look like it), or do you own it?

Very fine piece we cant wait to see "Crawling Space 2" biggrin
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The vehicle is real. smile
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Finally got around to seeing this movie today, and I has somethings to say(I'm a poet, and I wasn't even aware of the fact!):

This movie was really brilliant, and you guys have always inspired me to make better movies, and to be a better person on the inside.

heheh you know what I'm talking about.

Seriously though, I feel bad that I haven't seen this movie until now. I noticed it when I first joined FXHome, but never downloaded it. Why, I'll never know...why.... biggrin

there are many great things to be said about this film, such as the acting, which was just overall really good, the shots, again, overall very well done, and lets not forget that bitchin' truck...damn I got to get me one of those.

All of the films merits add together to make what I like best about this film more potent. What I really liked about this movie was the mood. It had a very desolate feel to it (I'm trying to sound the least bit like a snob as I can), almost post apocolyptic (sic) without really having the apocolypse....if that makes any sense. It may be because I just watched a couple of episodes of Kino's Journey, but the movie had a slight feeling of dread to it, and when done right, that can be an amazing film technique (sic..?), and that's just how it was used in this film.

damn you for ending it that way .... here's to the future of the series, and more movies to come er-no.
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what ever happened to Crawling Space 0?
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After the current projects myself and a few others are working on (Hybrid-Halo and flameboy to name two)... Crawling Space 0 has got a final script idea, its rather good but sadly I'll need to raise a lot of funds to reveal the script and dream... hopefully next summer smile

I hope your looking forward to my current project. Watch out for it soon! smile
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er-no, after hearing that we need funding for CS0 to be a reality, you can knock off my 3 cent discount, ill pay full price razz
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er-no wrote:

After the current projects myself and a few others are working on (Hybrid-Halo and flameboy to name two)... Crawling Space 0 has got a final script idea, its rather good but sadly I'll need to raise a lot of funds to reveal the script and dream... hopefully next summer smile

I hope your looking forward to my current project. Watch out for it soon! smile
what is it what is it!?
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Were you refering to Dreamscape?
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Frozenpede wrote:

Were you refering to Dreamscape?
No smile Another project, that I'm currently editing. Many months of planning and nearly all my personal money went into it. I hope you'll hear more on it soon. We all gave it our best shot! smile
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Hi!

I finally got to watch 'Crawling Space' and wanted to pass on my congrat's. You guys had some nifty ideas, and I for one liked the POV camera. The integration of the effects worked nicely and naturally the army truck added some weight to the production (no pun intended smile .)

Best of luck with your current project, I'll be sure to watch it when it's released.

Keep on Keepin' on
Mantra
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haha, er-no love your new icon, is that a surfing head?
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Frozenpede wrote:

haha, er-no love your new icon, is that a surfing head?
No, its my face being engulfed by flames....

hugegrin
Posted: Fri, 27th May 2005, 4:12am

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I apologise for this re-appearing in the 'newly released' list on the fxhome cinema, Tarn told me it was an accident on his part and it was due to me having serious server problems that I had to re-submit the links. I think then the wrong button was pressed at fxhome's end or something...

Sorry if anyone is a bit narked at that. smile Still hope some of you are enjoying Crawling Space biggrin
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Well er-no, don't apologise. I'm glad it happend, cause I totaly forgot to see this.

I simply love the plot, so original. And you told me this was your first movie ever, that makes no sense! razz
If you had seen how much my first movies sucked, I... wait, my new movies sucks too, but that's not the point. This movie was actually fun to watch, I were a bit scared about the 10 min, but I enjoyed it.

Hehe, british talking, always fun.

This is one of my favorite movies on fxhome, made by one of my favorite members on fxhome, and I hope I whouldn't miss your next work the same way I missed this.

I rate this 5 of 5

and 5 stars for the plot
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I see you kept all your votes and what not.... or are those new?
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Eiter thats a new way to make a movie, or you just had some lag while uploading this file. But still it was a good shortfilm! I who doesnt like a movie with guns?!
Posted: Tue, 21st Jun 2005, 2:43am

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Great Movie!
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What an amazing movie, truely your work is amazing. I cannot wait for your next project, ill be looking out for it! OUtakes for FREAKIN FUNNY! The army truck really brought realism to it also, it was just a cool flick. Keep up the amazing cinimotography
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thats was absolutly brilliant amazing work gentlemen very good. i loved the truck and the plot very real, cant wait for the rest
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This movie is the best I have seen in a long time I can not beleave I waited so long to watch this, I love the every thing about this movie. 2 Thumbs Up! Keep up the great work. biggrin
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Where did the movie go?
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Seargent wrote:

Where did the movie go?
Have just resubmitted it. smile Thank you for pointing that out
Posted: Tue, 20th Feb 2007, 10:47am

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Thank You, very cool movie. I really can't wait for the sequel
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hey, whats private lays (i think) gun? cos that is one beast that i'd like to use at some point