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    Halloween Music video "Movies of the Night" with Transylvania TV Puppets
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    Senior Member ErikTande's Avatar
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    I had posted this in the GH2 (originally on the 27th) and HDSLR forum, and it was suggested I enter it in the Halloween fest, so I'm posting it again here. If I'm too late, no worries. :-)

    I started this on October 7th (writing and pre-production) and I finished it on the 27th. I wrote (lyrics), directed, shot and edited! I collaborated with some friends at Transylvania Television and they were a blast to work with! Sets and locations consisted of a graveyard tomb, a bunch of candles on PVC holders, my garage with a black backdrop (it snowed in Colorado and thwarted one of our planned outdoor night shoots) and an ice-chilled fog machine, and a bunch of shots on greenscreen. The TVTV crew has their own sets built, they all look amazing. Anyway, here it is:



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    Very Fun!!!
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    Cute!


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    This is really nice. I can see a lot of work went into it. Kind of a steam-punk Kermit meets Rocky meets the girl nekx door.

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    Thanks guys! It was a lot of fun to make. A couple fun facts:

    All three movies shown are public domain (Nosferatu, Phantom of the Opera and House on Haunted Hill)
    The candle the brunette is holding in the black and white scenes can be seen behind her couch when she is watching tv
    We had an awesome location set up for Vampira's scenes, but it snowed the day we were supposed to shoot, so we had improvise and scale down the set and move it into my garage:




    And a couple production stills:







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