Ho! Ho! Ho! No, I’m not referring to the lovely lady on Santa’s lap–she’s just friendly! And here’s another reason they’re both so happy: The Book of Paul is on sale for the Ho-Ho-Holidays at only $.99. That’s nearly 500 pages of “Mind-Blowing” madness (according to my horror hero Stephen King) for just a dollar! […]Read More
Awkward pause in the conversation? Here’s the perfect filler: “What TV shows are you watching now?” BAM! You’re almost guaranteed a minimum of fifteen minutes of boisterous banter. And in those rare instances where the answer is: “I don’t watch TV.” You can always ask for the check. Even if you’re not in a restaurant.
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Well, the shoot went great and we have some AMAZING footage! Now we’re in post-production and the cutting began yesterday. Very exciting. I feel like a kid in a candy store. Or an abattoir. Anyway, who deserves a first look at the footage more that the incredible cast and crew who worked without pay because they believed in the project, our awesome subscribers, and the incredibly generous donors who helped us make it happen!
Yes, we went over budget (as I predicted) by over $3000, and we’re not done with editing, sound design and marketing. I’m not sure if we’ll try another Kickstarter, but if anyone feels like making additional donations or has connections to producers who may be interested in developing the project for TV or film, please write me at email@example.com.
So this first preview clip shows the character William, the very disturbed and disturbing narrator of The Book of Paul with a creepy teaser about The Book. Matthew Dalton Lynch plays William and he gave everyone on set the shivers. We shot three takes at varying distances, wide medium and close, and he NAILED every one! In the final we will intercut between the takes and add footage from the scenes, but I wanted to post one of his takes in its entirety just to show what a fantastic job Matthew did.