Haunted Mansion Short Film

Discussion in 'Entertainment and Movie Talk' started by lostcasket, Nov 5, 2011.

  1. lostcasket

    lostcasket Active Member

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    COMING SOON
    Production started October 1st!

    Be sure to look out for it, Ill post updates throughout production.
    Until then, Please watch some of my other videos! See if you can
    find all of the Disney references Ive scattered around a few of my
    short films.


    lostcasket's Channel - YouTube


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  2. lostcasket

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    Almost finished! I tried to recreate all of the memorable
    scenes from the ride
     
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  3. TylerFG

    TylerFG New Member

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    I'm a big Disney/Disney Parks fan so I'm pretty sure this will be good. :)
     
  4. scottinthebooth

    scottinthebooth New Member

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  5. lostcasket

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    Thank you so much! Hopefully the film will live up to the ride, but exceed the expectation of Eddie Murphy movie!
     
  6. lostcasket

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    Yes I love Doombuggies! Ive been a fan since the site started.
    And thanks for spreading the word! Were halfway through!
    Just need to film the groundskeeper, his dog and hitchhiking
    ghosts.
     
  7. lostcasket

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    The film will be released early Spring 2012!
     
  8. Mooniteman

    Mooniteman Well-Known Member

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    I can't wait to see this
     
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  10. Riceball

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    Nicely done, a very nice homage to the ride. Makes me wish I still had may annual pass and go to the Mansion.

    A few small nitpicks if I may, there's a typo in your dedication, you wrote Deadicated when it should be Dedicated. Then in the opening text, it should be In An Ordinary House, In An Ordinary House. I know, kind of nitpicky but I thought I'd point it out anyway, but it doesn't take away from the extraordinary job you did though.
     
  11. EyeofSauron

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    i dont think DEADicated is a typo

    one thing i have to critizise is that it could have used better lighting in some scenes. it was just too dark here and there, you couldnt make out anything

    all in all, it was pretty good tho ;)
     
  12. Riceball

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    Nicely done, a very nice homage to the ride. Makes me wish I still had may annual pass and go to the Mansion.

    A few small nitpicks if I may, there's a typo in your dedication, you wrote Deadicated when it should be Dedicated. Then in the opening text, it should be In An Ordinary House, In An Ordinary House. I know, kind of nitpicky but I thought I'd point it out anyway, but it doesn't take away from the extraordinary job you did though.
     
  13. lostcasket

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    thank you very much for the criticism

    I made as a play on words "DEAD-ICATION dedication
    But as for the an and a I always though its A before a vowel.

    Anyway thanks for the comments
     
  14. Riceball

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    Ok, I never thought that your typo might have been a deliberate play on words. Well done in that case. As for the A and An, it's AN before a vowel although I've noticed that the Brits, and some Americans, like to use AN before the word history even though the letter H is a consonant.

    Regardless of grammar, job well done. I think that you got most of the major elements of the ride and definitely captured the spirit of it.
     
  15. lostcasket

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    Anyway I hope it lived up to the ride, but exceeded expectations from the Eddie Murphy film. Will see how Del Toro does!
     

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