It looks like we've got a one day reprieve from the deep freeze here. It's really sad when you're glad that it is only a single digit negative outside. Anyway, I'm running behind today, so here's today's all-video DKTM.
Blocks of Horror.
For those who aren't aware, Nerd Block & Rue Morgue have been running a short film competition over the last few months. Some of the submissions are well... something, but there are a handful that I'm happy to support. Here below are three of my favourites that were either extremely polished and/or showed some kind enthusiasm.
The contest is still accepting submissions and votes until March 16th. Click here to see the rest.
A couple of trailers hit the Web this week. The first is a new trailer for one of my faves from last year, Justin Benson & Aaron Morehead's sophomore effort Spring.
I am a big fan of this movie. They took the great character stuff from their debut and expanded their act by moving from a stuffy cabin to the beautiful Italian countryside. Spring releases on March 20th. The second trailer is for local boy Gabriel Carrer's The Demolisher.
I'm digging the retro revenge vibe and it's also nice to see actor Ry Barrett front and center on this one.
Hardcastle Lets It Go.
I always look forward to the work of Lee Hardcastle and this Friday, he unveiled his latest creation, a mash-up of Disney's Frozen and The Thing.
Experiencing the words of Donald Moffatt spoken by a claymation reindeer was just the pick-me-up I needed right now. Hopefully, it is for you too.