Sunday, June 27, 2010

New Website is up!

Thanks to Moises Chiullan for putting the new site together, it's the first revamp since we first put it up for PATHOGEN! You can check out the new Cheesy Nuggets page here.

The order of MY SUCKY TEEN ROMANCE T-shirts will be coming in, I should have a real update on that very soon!

Also...I'm so psyched that the camera we're going to film the movie on, a Canon EOS 7D, is arriving tomorrow! I've used this camera on a few shorts, and I'm always amazed by the quality. It's a great resource for indie filmmakers on tight budgets.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Aint it Cool News and Film School Rejects!

I'd like to thank Ain't it Cool News and Film School Rejects for posting articles about our fundraising efforts! With a science fiction convention being the key setting of the film, we have to create a lot of set pieces and costumes to make it a believable location. There is still a lot of work to be done, but so far the IndieGoGo page has gotten the ball rolling!

Two more brief updates:

1) You can follow the film on twitter here.

2) This is a bit unrelated, but not entirely– we just got in a new order of Pathogen DVDs, which you can order here. The money from the DVD orders also goes toward funding MSTR!

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Help make our film possible!

We are currently trying to raise funds for this project. Anything helps! Click here to donate on our indieGoGo page, and have a chance to get some pretty neat perks! Thanks!


Sunday, June 20, 2010

T-Shirt design 2: SpaceCON

Okay, I'm super psyched for this one, mostly because it feels like the perfect combination of sci-fi convention meets 1980's. Another design by the amazing Max Kruemcke!

T-Shirt design! (UPDATED)

The design for the T-shirt is done, thanks to the very talented Max Kruemcke! Info on how to order coming soon.

Thursday, June 17, 2010


This blog is dedicated to updates on my third feature film- MY SUCKY TEEN ROMANCE

A brief synopsis:

In a culture that is currently overrun with romanticized vampires, it is up to four geeky teenagers to defend their friend and beloved sci-fi convention from a group of very real, and very blood-thirsty vampires.

Some of my general thoughts on the project:

“I want the characters to be real geeks- they know about Twilight and the teen vampire phenomenon. But these vampires are the real deal, and more than everyday teenagers can take on. The comedy comes from the awkwardness of regular kids dealing with monsters who have been over-romanticized in recent pop culture.”

“This is a teen comedy written, directed, and acted by teenagers. It is a unique opportunity to capture the genuine teen experience.”

You can also become a fan of the movie on Facebook!