here's a snipit from my e-mail:
anyone like the Misfits?
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and here's what I said
Hawr hawr hawr!
I'm going into the movie to add some dramatic pauses in the last half, nothing major and nothing that will affect the footage you gave to Matt, just something to give a little more body and atmosphere to the film; it kind of races by like a strobe light. I ain't touching the opening up until the chicken shows, but we need a little more dramatic pausations.
Does the crapping corpse work for you? I might try the scene without it.
Also the title guy is doing storyboards.
The music guy is setting up his studio with a crap load of equipment. He owns the rights to a song that's really big in Greece.
I have the sound board thing set up and humming, it's cool! We'll be able to do so much to the Zombie voices and chicken stuff. Now just sound proofing the room.
Looking forward to ADR, and hearing music, and seeing the effects filter in.