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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #61 on: October 03, 2020, 08:01:02 PM »
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BEYOND HORROR Update.   .... been a long hard road. almost a year on the road with film festival screenings, the last 6 months of film fest screenings all shut down. due to covid.  this has been a rough year for sure.  since the shut down, dvd/blu manufacturing as also been shut down.. our game plan was to have things wrap up the film fest circuit in june. then get the extended cut out on blu to our amazing kickstarter backers....  but since we couldn't
 press blu rays or dvds, during the lock down...we continued to collect more amazing interviews....if youve been following me.. you might have heard last month i ran into some computer troubles. i lost 2 harddrvies. in a lightning storm... i salvaged everything i could and got things backed up to a new harddrive. as well as got a new editing computer, only problem is , my entire life ive only cut on Mac, and never used PC.....making a switch over has been a costly process....computer programs are no fucking joke. when it comes to price tag.... also relearning how to do everything in a new program..heres where this week just went further south.. i lost another back up harddrive.......a new HD that i backed everything up to ....for no reason died.. it cant be read by any of my computers/laptops..    this contains., all of the interview files, plus the project edit file for the entire edit... trying not to freak out.. but if i cant get this recovered,  more the problem is being able to afford to recover the harddrive... its putting me into a terrible position.   at this point if i cant recover it.. im fucked... but not totally fucked as i do have the screening files of the original 80 minute cut... then its just a matter or reworking the new footage into the old cut...if anyone is an editor  on FCP , i think you can understand my problem...all is not lost, but its going to take a lot of work to get this beast of a doc.. back to where it was. and get it released. ,, trying to figure this out, as my new computer is PC and running adobe premiere.  and My old ass  Mac was running FCP7. ...so there is no way i can just move things over. it has to be finished with the MAC.   BUT Losing the master harddrive.... is really fucking things up...i still have the original footage backed up.. but the footage the program was pulling from.. is gone..meaning a cant use the original project file... its either reedit the entire doc from total scratch.  or rework from the 80 min. cut.  not sure if anyone reading this who doesn't know editing will make any sense. but those waiting for the official blu release, from our kickstarter.,  please hang in there.....its a lot to undertake and to fix before i can get this out.  ... fuck im so sorry guys... bare with me .....

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #62 on: October 05, 2020, 11:43:44 AM »
Damn. Thank you so much.

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #63 on: January 08, 2021, 04:27:52 PM »
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Final Update on Beyond Horror :  its been a long shitty road, most people all ready know what happened to the harddrive.  but for those who don't yet, we lost the entire master harddrive with the master project files.  ive been spending the last 5 months slowly rebuilding the edit from the orignal video files.  its not been easy or fun. but we are finally to a point where the new cut is basically finished. just down to audio levels and color correction, and adding in all the title cards and end credits... once its authored for blu , we'll be getting them out as soon as humanly possible. thank you all for hanging in there with us. we'll make this same update thru the kickstarter for anyone is doesn't see this on our personal pages.
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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #64 on: January 08, 2021, 06:13:43 PM »
What a crazy fucked up road it has been....glad the end is in sight for the guys!

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #65 on: January 12, 2021, 02:42:55 PM »
Nice nice

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #66 on: January 28, 2021, 02:11:02 AM »
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Thats a picture lock on BEYOND HORROR EXTENDED  cut.  I'm done tweaking and noodling,  sound levels i think are as even as they can be, its all kinds of different cameras and audio types, aspect ratios, and formats. If i tweak at this any more my head may explode.  2 hours and 7 minutes.... we ( Jessie Seitz ) 
and i may wait a few years before attempting volume 2. We lost a few interviews, but for the most part i had backups of everything else. Gotta get this mastered/ authored for blu,.. expect shipping to commence with in a few weeks... long hard road, but we did it. We rebuilt! Thank you to all of our indigogo supporters for your patience and understanding.... Gutterballs 2 , SYMBOLICUS and ROT to focus on next.



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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #67 on: March 05, 2021, 01:56:04 AM »
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made it home safe, spent a month in alabama with no wifi ( with the exception of the few times i could get my phone to connect to starbucks wifi on my way to set ) its sorta like being in FB jail  lol. so getting back to work on BEYOND HORROR, having some issues with the authoring side of things, but none the less, the Documentary is finished !!! also, SYMBOLICUS is ready !  and ROT blu is almost completed,  just finishing up the new special features and interviews !

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #68 on: March 06, 2021, 05:51:16 PM »
Was wondering about this the other day, good to get an update.


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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #69 on: March 15, 2021, 06:26:04 PM »



poster art..

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #70 on: March 16, 2021, 08:21:31 AM »
Awesome sauce!

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #71 on: March 29, 2021, 07:32:56 PM »
Lookin' good!


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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #72 on: Yesterday at 03:15:05 AM »
Kickstarters copies are just starting to sent out.

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #73 on: Yesterday at 07:06:13 AM »
wish I had contributed, from what I experienced from the screener looks great. Want to check out the interview with magGot when the time comes.

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Re: Beyond Horror: The History and Sub-Culture of Red Films
« Reply #74 on: Yesterday at 10:43:32 AM »
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So Yes !! the Rumors are True !  its been a long shitty year of set backs. but Jessie Seitz and I are finally able to start shipping our Documentary on RED films,  BEYOND HORROR.  thanks to everyone for being so patient with us. just hang tight a little while longer as we start getting these in the mail.  if you missed our indiegogo, it'll still be a little while longer, but once all 200 backers are taken care of we plan to have a full wider release hopefully in the summer or fall.  also Jessie has been working on setting up a few theatrical screenings, to the few small arthouse theaters that survived the lockdowns , once we get that stuff finalized, we'll let you know which cities near you it'll be playing.