Here’s a fun video that we shot this summer at Denver’s High Plains Comedy Festival wherein we attempt to audition some top comedic talent for the role of “The Worm” in the fictional upcoming web series “Space Cops.” Enjoy!
We can’t believe it! Our team picked up some awards last night at the Denver 48 Hour Film Project’s “Best Of Fest” screening, including the coveted “Best of Denver” award! We also picked up “Best Editing” and our extraordinary lead actress Kristin Rand also took home the first of what will no doubt eventually be a collection of thousands of “Best Actress” awards. It all means we’ll take our film to New Orleans to represent Denver at Filmapalooza in March! Wish us luck! We really could not have done this without Image Brew and the rest of our amazing team. Super huge thank you to Kristin Nolan and the rest of the Denver 48 Hour Film Project staff, and major congrats to all the other filmmakers who participated and won awards. Some of our favorites from last night’s screening are embedded below.
We’re excited for the release of the new Total Ghost album Electrosexual, dropping at our CD Release Party this Saturday, September 14th at Illegal Pete’s South Broadway in Denver. This album is several months in the works. Enjoy the first single here:
Please enjoy this short “romance” film that we made earlier this month for the Denver 48 Hour Film Project. This really could not have been possible without our amazing team, which consisted some of our common collaborators including Randy Washington, Chris Charpentier, Andrew Orvedahl, Andy Juett, Kristin Rand, and Ben Jones of Image Brew, plus a handful of other super talented folks. Too many to thank here. Please read the credits! Also, congrats to all the other incredible teams who pulled off something that is very close to impossible: making a cohesive, finished film in just 2 days.
Character: AUNT VANNA or UNCLE VIRGIL GERBENS
Dialogue “WHY DON’T YOU DO IT?”
Please enjoy our most recent Director/Editor reel showing a bunch of recent work!
Those Who Can’t is a sitcom pilot that we had the immeasurable pleasure and luck to be allowed to make, along with our friends Andrew Orvedahl, Ben Roy and Adam Cayton-Holland (among MANY OTHERS). The show also features hilarious comedians Rory Scovel, Kyle Kinane and Nikki Glaser, plus worked with a plethora of Denver actors and crew. The pilot episode is now available for free to watch in its entirety exclusively on Amazon Instant Video, and its reviews and ratings, as well as responses to this survey, will help determine whether or not Amazon wants to pick it up to become a series. Please check it out, along with all the other pilots that Amazon optioned, at AmazonOriginals.com, then please take the time to let Amazon know how much you want to see Those Who Can’t picked up for more episodes. Thank you to everyone who supports!
Adam Cayton-Holland and Ben Roy have seen a lot of success lately. Adam just did Conan, Ben’s album is getting rave reviews, and they’re traveling and doing shows a lot. And you know what, good on ‘em. They deserve it. But it’s almost like they’ve been too busy for their old friends. So while they were out touring the world last month, we and Andrew Orvedahl decided to made this Grawlix episode without them. And we got a little help from two hilarious comics, Rory Scovel and Sean Patton. Adam and Ben had no idea, until we surprised them at their own show. What fun. Enjoy.
Don’t mistake our recent slowdown in blog posts as a sign that we’ve been taking it easy the last few months. We’ve just been hard at work on another project that has required us to put The Grawlix on the back burner for a few weeks. But we’re back! With very possibly the funniest episode yet. Take a big sigh of relief and click play.