Sunday, September 27, 2009

A View from the Inside

As you can see, the audience is clearly not rioting. If there's another definition of a successful screening, I don't know what it is.

A few observations: The audience actually laughed quite a lot. Even the ones who weren't directly related to the production. A couple of rows in front of us, there were two women who were clearly there in some professional capacity and as the movie unspooled I could see them getting more and more into the story. It was gratifying.

The biggest laugh of the night? Guy's sound design during the final chase sequence, where the soundtrack music is synced up with the opening and closing of the stairway door. Guy, who cut enough jokes in post-production to make the writer weep tears of blood, got the biggest laugh of the night with his editing.

Thanks, Guy.

And congratulations, you big lug. It was awesome.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Zorg Has Arrived!

Our deepest thanks to everyone who turned out for today's screening at Tromadance! We had a great turnout and no one was seriously injured as a result of watching the movie!

And many thanks to our new friends at the historic Strand Theatre for their wonderful hospitality, and of course, to the fine people at Tromadance and The B-Movie Celebration!

This handsome lad is Ev, Ben Weatherston's son, who obviously has exceptional taste in films. You can check out some more photos from today's screening on our Facebook page.

Thanks again, everybody!

Friday, September 25, 2009

Quentin Dodd Interview!

Check it out here!

"Zorg" Arrives Tomorrow! Finally!

You've grown to love them! You'll miss them when they're gone! It's the final "'Zorg' at Tromadance Film Festival tomorrow, September 26th, 12:35p, at the Strand Theatre, showing for FREE!" reminder message! Tell your friends! Tell your neighbors!

We also want to let you know that we'll be selling factory-fresh "Zorg" DVD's after the screening. Hell, just ask us and we'll even sell them before and during the screening! For the shockingly low, low price of only $10 a piece, you, too, can take a little Zorg home with you! And don't forget--they make wonderful presents! Buy two! They're small!

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Tickets? We don't need no stinking tickets!

Two days until Tromadance! Free admission to all screenings and panels (and "Zorg!"). But, it's first-come, first-served, so remember to get there early!

Meet Lloyd Kaufman! Maybe! Tell him about "Zorg!"

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Tromadance Update--Free Admission!

Apparently, admission to all Tromadance films, panels, parties, and events is strictly on a first come, first served basis.

So, what are you waiting for? Get to the Strand Theatre early to see "Zorg and Andy" FOR FREE on Saturday, September 26th, at 12:35pm!

And be sure to say "Hi" to The Pig for me!

Our First Review!

"Gleefully Silly!"

"Utterly Ridiculous!"

"It's 'Scooby Doo' Without the Speech-Impeded Great Dane!"

Read more at The Film Yap!

The review starts off a little rough, but in the end, "Zorg" wins over even the coldest reviewer's heart!

Saturday, September 19, 2009

"Zorg" Screening Information!

"Zorg and Andy" will be showing at the Summer Tromadance Film Festival (part of The 3rd Annual B-Movie Celebration) in beautiful Shelbyville, IN, the new Mecca of independent film!

When: Saturday, September 26th, 2009

Time: 12:35 pm

Where: The Strand Theatre, Shelbyville, IN

Tickets: $6, available at the door and here.

Come out and support "Zorg!" He'll know if you don't!