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viletaste Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009
@04:43haha well that was the intention early on! I opened it up with a darker type of feel to make it seem like the attack was more major and serious. Thanks for the comment and fav!
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viletaste Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2009
@01:49Thanks for the detailed review, I really enjoyed reading the thoughts and criticisms and will take them into account the next time I make another short! The idea was to have an over the top, over-dramatic type of thing and I thought with the fairly serious opening it would be a good juxtaposition to the main second part of the film. Also for the timing of the zombie close-ups, I agree it was dragged on a tad too long but I wanted to give all my zombie actors a close-up haha! Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it, and thanks for the fave!
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SavagelyAssyla Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2009   Filmographer
@06:42I love you guys. That was pretty amazing. :]
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viletaste Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2009
@01:02haha thanks! Glad you like it!
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Loony Bin Media is proud to present their latest short film and second zombie film titled Love Wont unDIE The movie was written and directed by Loony Bin Co-Founder Kyle Ford and it is his first directorial and writing short in over eight months on account he has been busy helping out other students and talented people with their projects. This movie was conceived and written in a half an hour, was shot and edited for days later in a twenty four hour span. Just cause Kyle is a freak and loves what he does. This short also couldnt be possible without the great help of its lead actors Loony Bin Co-founder Charlie Rude and Francesco De Caro who was also featured in the Peace of Mind short. This short was also made possible with the location and zombie acting talent of Ian Murphy. The two Make-up Artists Charlotte Slotnick and Kelsey Coffin did an amazing job as well! And of course the special Effects talent of Mike DuPre assisted by Loony Bin Co-Founder David Riehm. Also Jessikah Smith helped and supported this project a lot as she was a zombie and is the directors girlfriend. Also we couldnt of done it without the zombies! And of course the wonderful producer and production photographer Chuck Costabile! Thanks to all that helped with this project! This is a romantic comedy with zombies! This is Loony Bin Medias valentines day movie! See it with a loved one! Enjoy! We love all feedback!!!!!! Thank you!

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ythehellnaht Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2009   Photographer
That was incredible. Good job with the cinematography too.
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viletaste Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2009
Thanks for the feedback!
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Robo-Squid-Zombie Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2009
@04:43His face is priceless, great work. I love how you made a huge zombie attack into humor :)
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viletaste Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2009
@04:43haha well that was the intention early on! I opened it up with a darker type of feel to make it seem like the attack was more major and serious. Thanks for the comment and fav!
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Frallon Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2009
@01:49The Film was very artfully shot, good eye, but here are my complaints to help you out next time:
The Acting was very well done, some of the lines were done a bit mellow dramatic, and lines like "Yes I've been Bitten on the Neck" or "Take that Shotgun and shoot me in the Head" Should have been encouraged to flow on more emotion...even though the film obviously goes from a serious take, to a rather goofy one...
The only other real complaint I can give would be the suspense shots of the Zombies Trying to break in. Timing is everything, and the scene sort of dragged on after the fourth closeup.

In the positive, the film was greatly enjoyable. Obviously neither of these people have heard of survival of the fittest.
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and the comic relief given by the zombies at the end before the credits was great. Someone told me the most important parts to a movie are the beginning and the end, in that case, you are doing quite well
Keep Filming
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viletaste Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2009
@01:49Thanks for the detailed review, I really enjoyed reading the thoughts and criticisms and will take them into account the next time I make another short! The idea was to have an over the top, over-dramatic type of thing and I thought with the fairly serious opening it would be a good juxtaposition to the main second part of the film. Also for the timing of the zombie close-ups, I agree it was dragged on a tad too long but I wanted to give all my zombie actors a close-up haha! Thanks for the feedback, I appreciate it, and thanks for the fave!
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SavagelyAssyla Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2009   Filmographer
@06:42I love you guys. That was pretty amazing. :]
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mexecutionerfan Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2009
@06:42Superbly acted. Hilarious.

Bravo!
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mexecutionerfan Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2009
@01:02Already love it for the Starbuck's.
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viletaste Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2009
@01:02haha thanks! Glad you like it!
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