Thursday, July 22, 2010


Thank you to everyone who helped us reach our initial fundraising goal of $8,000 on IndieGoGo! It well help us tremendously as we're about to go into production in the next couple of weeks. However, since this amount is not the total we will need to complete the film, the IndieGoGo fundraising page will remain up until the time runs out (ten more days). If you are interested in checking it out, click here!

Also, the fundraiser last night went well! The always amazing Elizabeth McQueen let us sell MSTR merchandise, set up a silent auction, and raffle off a walk on role in the movie at her show last night. We also showed the one shot music video Elizabeth and I made a few weeks ago for her song "You're to Blame", which you can check out here! Note: We did about 10 takes, and the flapjack groom never dropped the pancake.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Fundraiser and Teaser Trailer!

There will be a fundraiser for the film on July 21st at Scholz Beer Garden. It is also a video releases party for Elizabeth McQueen's music video "You're to Blame"! Come join us for some great live music from Elizabeth and some MSTR goodies! Details on the event are here.

Also, here is a little teaser trailer for MSTR that takes place a year after the film!

Friday, July 9, 2010

Filmmaking Contest!

"My Sucky Teen Romance" Filmmaking Contest!

In my new movie "My Sucky Teen Romance", the characters watch a B-horror movie called "Killer Roadkill". The only problem is, this movie doesn't actually exist. That's where you come in!

Create a short, cheesy horror film under 8 minutes that involves a weredillo (definition: werewolf - wolf + armadillo) chasing a girl in the setting of your choice! Just follow the specifications below:

-No shorter than 3 minutes, no longer than 8 minutes
-No copyrighted materials in the film
-The weredillo must be prominently featured
-Title of the movie: "Killer Roadkill"
-Upload on YouTube by July 27, 2010 and send the link to:

The winner will have the film featured in "My Sucky Teen Romance", and the filmmakers will receive 2 tickets to first screening of the movie. Top entries will be featured on the DVD.

*Note: "My Sucky Teen Romance" retains the rights to all submissions to the contest.