It has been a long week for your PopCulteer, and that’s why today we’re just going to take it a bit easy. All week long we’ve been slaving away over a hot computer, making terrific JoeLanta videos for you. Just yesterday we posted our big video wrap-up.
We’re not done with JoeLanta yet. Tomorrow evening will see us post a massive photo essay devoted to the awesome dioramas that were on display at JoeLanta. We’re also going to post raw video of the dioramas and the dealers rooms, set to loud music. It’ll be pure eye candy for the die-hard fan. Plus we have a couple of panels that should surface next week.
Sunday will see our video of The Woodbury Shoppe and The Walking Dead Museum in Senoia Georgia. Our lead photo is just a taste of that.
We will be skipping The RFC Flashback in the morning, instead bringing you a round-up of all the JoeLanta videos that we’ve posted so far. For today, you’re going to get news of a cool Kickstarter project that’s almost reached its end, and a bunch of stuff you can get into this weekend.
Frankenstein Created Bikers
Last year at JoeLanta we met Shane Morton, a make-up FX guy who’s producing the second season of Adult Swim’s Your Pretty Face Is Going To Hell. Shane sends news of a movie project he’s working on, which has just a few hours left in its Kickstarter campaign…
“We’ve funded principal photography for our 35mm feature film FRANKENSTEIN CREATED BIKERS! With just a few days left, we’re trying to secure enough contributions to carry us through post-production. We still have plenty of great rewards starting at just $3! Every little bit helps. Check out this cast! Jett Bryant (DEAR GOD NO!), Laurence Harvey (HUMAN CENTIPEDE 2 & 3), Tristan Risk (AMERICA MARY), Ellie Church (HEADLESS), Madeline Brumby (DEAR GOD NO!) and Jim Stacy (DEEP FRIED MASTERS).”
From the Kickstarter page…
“We’re taking our cause to the people! Our goal is to make a stand-alone sequel to our award-winning feature film DEAR GOD NO! and not loose any creative control. We love our script and this may be our last chance to shoot on 35mm, We have the stock and cameras but we need your help to finance what may be the last horror film shot on film! If you long to see something “wild as hell” and completely different in the horror genre, this is your film!”
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Stuff To Do
That’s it for today’s PopCulteer, but come back for The Charleston Gazette’s best-kept secret, there’s new stuff every day!