Monday, December 28, 2009

Until Clowns, Monkeys, and Zombie Chickens make me grotesquely wealthy, I am
rocking the Bux 5-9am, and psycho-stoked to back with my lovely beans!
Wootananny!

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Did I tell you about Zombeak screening at ILM?





Here it is

Awesome person A > is buds with Awesome Person B > B works at ILM >A gives B  Zombeak T-shirts and copy of movie > Zombeak shown at monthly employee b-movie screening night (called FLECKS) in actural screening room at ILM!!!! > viewers give it hell at first > get into it >  like it! > B said first time they had a (prerecorded) director introduce the film > there was a demonstration on how to wring a chicken neck as B used to work on a poultry farm > people are walking around ILM in Zombeak t-shirts!

So, I've come to grips that a lot about the movie is deformed and spastic.... but!!! that doesn't mean it can't do its own thing and give some joy in the process.

Attached are some photos with bars added to protect the innocent.





FIGHTEVIL SDROG

Friday, December 18, 2009

Did I mention....

That we have a UK release date!!!
 
March 1st, 2010!!!!!
 
OMG!
 
Just google "zombeak uk" and you will get all sorts of sites that you can get this rocking flick!
 
Sam!

Sunday, November 08, 2009

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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

1. clowns are made to wear surgical masks over their faces when working
around monkeys to help prevent the spread of the clown enzyme that the
clown nose creates.



2. monkeys carry these sterile masks with them wherever they go. And
are handing them out to clowns at all times.

3. Clown suits are sort of like biohazard suits, meant to contain the
clown sickness.

4. Some clowns refuse to wear the masks, especially after they got into
the "dark funny" stage, and these clowns are punished. It is seen as a
threat to society to even hint at infecting a monkey.



5. There are sleeper cells of clowns that plot on infecting huge groups
of monkeys. They of coarse are executed in severe spectacles of
violence and death.

6. If a clown chops off a monkey's hand and makes a wish on it while it
is still twitching, that clown's wish will come true.

7. If your monkey baby becomes infected and turns into a clown baby,
and you want to donate the baby to the search for the cure
of "clowness" there are baby clown drop boxes all over the city.
Scientist monkeys will collect your baby clown and use their DNA to
help find an antidote.

8. Clown are all about the funny, but secretly are very jealous of
other clowns, and every laugh given to another clown is a punch to
their face. Insanely competitive with one another and always plotting
to out do each other. Professional jealousy.



9. Monkeys all get along just fine except when they are teenagers and
looking for dates, then there is a lot of beating chests and snarling,
but it never gets "throw down" violent.

10. A drunken monkey is one pathetic site to behold. All that
repression just spews out in a geyser of bitterness.

11. bonus - a popular dish for monkeys eating out are anthills on a
platter. It is like a fondue type thing.



sD

Monday, October 19, 2009

Sunday, October 18, 2009

1. http://ping.fm/cpfPw - hey, looking for some artistic
geniuses that are quick with a mouse, here you can post you jobs over
to SCAD, we have one in the Atlanta metro area! Woot! Currently seeking
a bright shining star who wants to show off their compositing and pixel
tracking skills.

2. The writing plan – ten pages on the second Tuesday of each month,
that way I can have them read at the Blank Page Screenwriters group. So
far the actors are all about it.

3. Here's our new log line: CLOWN VERSUS MONKEY – A story of end times
in the land of make believe where fascist monkeys and anarchist clowns
tear away at each other as the society they created dissolves into
chaos.

4. I wonder about Second Life. Can I have a cultist in second life
walking around handing out Clown Versus Monkey fliers? I've talked to
Jeff our PR guy and Jeff is all about looking into it.

5. I know the first and last shot of the movie. It has to do with work
cubicles.



6. http://ping.fm/UeZrh
- this is a big thing in the movie, how clowns reject their clownness.

7. We are going to tie this into a not for profit charity. 25 percent
of the presales goes toward the... for the ... what would be the best
cause.



8. New artwork in from Tracy and jaX, To be posted soon.

9. Dave Linderbury has introduced me to the solution to all questions
when it comes to clown make up.

10. The flash animation trailer is almost ready, just a few more images
to add and embed a link to the site and you will see this floating
around the web supa-highway!









sD
Thanks jaX! Join the gorilla warfare!

Friday, October 16, 2009

Where the clowns read depressing poetry and force the clowns into
suicide by not laughing at their routines.
The process is processing.

sD

Monday, October 12, 2009

1. I sent out feelers this morning on getting studio space for
recording the dialog. Some home studios are nice, clean, advanced,
quiet, and affordable. More so it will insure we're not throwing away
any effort on a poor recording.

2. Met with writer Josh Ford and his lady Brenda last night and it was
great how their past theater work fits what CVM is. This will be a
powerful collaboration, I can FEEEEEL it! He already has several ideas
for these little vignettes we'll be shooting.



3. I am foreseeing the need for a total of 8 actors; four men, four
women to record the voices.



4. We now have a Clown Versus Monkey page on Facebook! Check that out!
http://ping.fm/CfB6F



5. One for Zombeak too! Check that out!

http://ping.fm/Ol38n#/pages/Zombeak/65976172058



6. We have set up ads through the Facebook ad program and that is the
bomb! You just put in whatever your target audience is and what you
want to pay, and hit go! It can be as cheep as one dollar a day!
Already we've gotten some fans, and I don't even know these people!

7. Clown costume is underway. Connie Barker Allman is taking it on and
making it happen. She did miracles on Zombeak, handling everything from
costumes, casting director, and providing the Necronomicon that her
husband Illya created. They also made us (as in hammered the metal from
a railroad tie) a mystical dagger for that show. They also let us
rehearse in their house every Saturday night for six weeks leading up
to the shoot. So I am partial to them both.

8. Every prop in this film will be a pen scribble, and we will pixel
track them in to the character's hands.

9. About the world, clown anarchists use bombs of laughing gas to wipe
out large crowds of monkeys, turning them all into clowns.



10. Clown therapy – going to a shrink to let go of old life and begin
new life, those who can not adjust end in him chopping off nose, become
vacant, going to cube of pain



11. BONUS - CLOWN LIFE CYCLE > idealism > frustration > desperation >
bitterness > starvation > teething(biting monkeys) > death

12. SUPA-BONUS. There are bozadone clinics for clowns who have lost
their lids and all their inspiration. Keeps them in a sedate state of
numb complacency, they hang out in ice cream shops all day. Eventually
it has no effect and they snap and steel others ideas. Then it is off
to the asylum. bozadone comes from clowns who have lost their noses and
work in cube dungeons.















sD

Thursday, October 08, 2009

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The rejected clowns go into a cube (laugh bank) to write uninspired
jokes for free clowns that are condensed into a drug that keeps the
clowns down. They are motivated to write by terror and pain inflicted
from monkey managers.

There is an industry of pain to keep monkeys from laughing (drugs and
self mutilation products)

A clown denies his clowniness by chopping off his nose. Then it is off
to the laugh bank.

Clowns live on opposite ends of society, they run all the large
businesses and hold the highest government offices or they are begging
street performers, everything in the middle is a monkey.

A clown that can stay off chemicals becomes very powerful.

Monkeys are not allowed to make their baby monkeys laugh for fear that
they will become clowns. There is a whole industry of passive neglect
baby items.

A monkey who does not want to keep their child will make them laugh in
order to turn them into a clown.

Then they are sent off to "the circus"; giant big top communities where
clowns live.

Teenage monkeys will piss off their parents by dressing like clowns.

Clowns will target enemy monkeys and isolate them, and make them laugh
until they become clowns. Usually in dark basements.

Bonus – Monkeys go to these beatnik bars to read really depressing
poetry to one another. They will invite a clown to perform knowing that
they will not laugh and if a clown does not get a single laugh on a
staged performance they must kill them selves immediately after the
show.

Bonus Bonus – clowns take these killer gigs because they get so
desperate for attention that they loose all sense. A clown needs an
audience and needs laughter or they start getting violent.
fightevilclownmonkeys sd
Here is the plan, Actors - we need a lot of voice actors for the
various dialog days, only a maximum of four for the greenscreen days.
The amount will depend naturally on what scene we are doing.Just let me
know which days you'd be available (totally foreseeable!) and I can
work up a personal schedule for you to come perform. Each actor will
play various parts. Crew - For greenscreen days, a small tight nit
group consisting of a Cameraman, assistant camera, make up, and two
PAs. For dialog days, crew can just take a day to relax and go fishing.
DATES! The general rule is third Sundays for dialog, forth Sundays for
greenscreen. Off in December, no need to ruin families over some Clowns
and Monkeys. As a base we will run from noon until 6pm with Sunday
Pasta for Dialog days, and pizza for greenscreen days. D=dialog
G=Greenscreen 1. 11/22/09 - D 2. 11/29/09 - G 3. 1/24/10 - D 4. 1/31/10
- G 5. 2/21/10 - D 6. 2/28/10 - G 7. 3/21/10 - D 8. 3/28/10 - G 9.
4/18/10 - D 10. 4/25/10 - G 11. 5/23/10 - D 12. 5/30/10 - G 13. 6/20/10
- D 14. 6/27/10 - G 15. 7/18/10 - D 16 7/25/10 - G Our After Effects
guru will be compositing the shots and I will be editing during the
month. The film will be shown in disconnected clips on the internet as
they are completed. We polish for two months and premier on 10/30/10 at
midnight! So the format we are shooting in is very understanding if you
can only show up once or for every date. All the actors will be in
suits, their faces wearing masks (think Greek), I understand there will
be some rotation. Walk with the project for as long as you can, and
when you have to put it down, do so and I will admire you for what you
have contributed. John

Tuesday, October 06, 2009

1. The first concept art and back grounds came in and with it a flood
of positivity. The more people can picture what we are doing, the more
they will get swept up in CVM hysteria!

2. Jerry White, who is just coming off Macbeth, is introducing me to
some really top drawer talent to do voices and don the suit come shoot
time. The acting must be strong because we are going for very natural
performances, very conversational and not "actorly". Like the
conversations in "The Shining" or "The Straight Story" or a Charlie
Rose episode. Conversations that take their time and breathe. They need
to anchor the film, so we don't go flying off into Schumacher Batman
territory. I just Facebooked two of them, thanks Jerry!

3. The transitions between scenes will be done with sound becoming more
and less dense. Think Exorcist, but we go silent to silent, loud to
loud, the density slowly building and ebbing between scenes, the
transitions happening on the peaks and valleys. Hypnotic.

4. I am making a flash animated commercial for the movie that will go
out on the updates and get people all crazy. It's a class project that
I am retrofitting for CVM's devious intentions. I did the storyboards
today!

5. Made a big connection in my head today on the connection between
clowns and monkeys. Talked to the writer, he's down with it and we are
on the same page.

6. Meeting writer again on Sunday, cancelled last Sunday due to giant
inflatable jumpy things and my kids excited eyes, and who am I to deny
children one of the basic pleasures of life. Inflatable Jumpy Things.
Josh was all about it and we are going with the flow. But he just wrote
me some scene ideas and they are mofo on the money.

7. I have a lead on some seamstresses courtesy of Connie Alman who
performed countless miracles on Zombeak as our casting director and her
husband Illya made a lot of props and got a horrible rash for us back
in hardcore'04.

8. Getting a definite shooting schedule down, confirmed with green
screen Matt the Man about switching to Sundays and so it will be
Sundays. Actual written dates coming. A lot more people available on
Sundays.

9. I have written a new donation schedule to post at fundable.com to
bring in the budget! It will be there by Friday.

10. Confirmed with Nancy Miller that we should indeed confer once
Halloween is up. She is big into Netherworld Haunted House. She was
another saving grace on Zombeak. She does it all and does it all with
awesome infused.
Take it easy + Talk to ya later = Take to ya easy

Monday, October 05, 2009

As jaX calls it, Hot Monkey on Clown Action, Here are two versions of
an insane clown who's overloaded on other clown's inspiration being
hauled off to the asylum by a handler monkey. Just love the love and
keeping on loving cause that is where it's at! Clown or Monkey. You
decide! SD

Sunday, October 04, 2009

Greetings and salutations,
I present the first background for CVM!
This will be the main set for the story line where monkey parents buy a
torture shed after their monkey kid is kidnapped by clowns. Clowns do
this to monkeys a lot and it is a Monkey's duty to torture clowns for
info. Clowns share a hive mind. The clown gets loose and infects the
monkeys with clown venom, and when the kid is returned home he comes
back to twisted tormented clown/monkey hybrids.
So far, so awesome.
SD
TEN ROCKING THINGS THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CVM
1. Art work is being produced for the CVM book, the film's backgrounds,
and for sale at the zazzle site (to be posted soon) 2. Our first mass
update is going out tomorrow morning, and it will be an intro to the
horror/clown/monkey blogs on what this project is.3. I am meeting the
writer Josh Ford today, who seems like a chill dude with a nose for
weird. 4. Spoke with jaX yesterday about clowns, and we decided that
clowns are deseased and their make up is their white anemic skin and
red birthmarks, making them clown-like. I was thinking Gorbachev. The
multiple mouths on the insane clowns will be done ala Clutch Cargo. 5.
Our costume design consultant Christina Rumery kicked all forms of butt
and is ready to get all supplies for the clown costume, russled up an
entire supply list in less then twenty four hours and gave invaluable
guidance in it's construction. 6. Pushing the shoot date up a month has
got everyone breathing easier.7. I am almost done with school, so the
cvm website will be getting a rad face lift soon.8. I will be putting
out a call for seamstresses and After Effect gurus this week. 9. We
will be work shopping the script at Blank Page Screenwriters group. -
http://ping.fm/vlhCW 10. Hot pink monkey, where for
art though? The second Halloween is out, I am hitting the supply shops
all hardcore g-style. Good idea for a movie, a heist film set at a
Halloween store, on Halloween night, but the owners are Satanists, and
the thieves are up against all the decorations and costumes that come
to life! Boo!
SD

Thursday, October 01, 2009

1. Found a writer, Josh Ford who wrote an awesome zombie script called
“Flesh”. It was hysterical and disgusting, and I can tell this dude
watches the same movies I do. Romero High School. So we’re going to
bang together Clowns and Monkeys and see what crazy stuff happens.



2. Found a great actor, Jerry White who knows a ton of others that he’s
going to tell the movie about, and he has experience in ‘30s radio
drama reenactments, and that is perfect since all the dialogue is going
to be prerecorded around a nice friendly kitchen table with wine and
nuts and creepy ambiance.



3. Told costume designer Chris Rumery all about the chroma green screen
clown suit we need to make. We’ll see if she can create it for the
budget we have. It will be like her Project Runway, but designing for
lunatics.



4. Reconnected with Randy Stewart and he wants to light the film, and I
want him to do it, so we may have to shuffle the schedule to get him in
the room. He’s a walking film tech encyclopedia and a rolling studio.
His tech van is legendary and saved Zombeak from being a flick lit with
one aluminum clip light hooked to a step ladder to actual gels and
c-stands and all other sorts of toys and gizmos that took it to the
next level.



5. Met the director of Lynch Mob and he seemed like a cool dude, very
Kevin Spacy like.



6. Found great cheep latex masks that will be perfect for the clown
heads, I will just need to repaint them all with creepy designs all
over them.



7. Received a great write up from a marketing guru on an investment
package I am going to start sending around to various companies who
would like to advertise through CVM.



8. I can now use the Blank Page Screenwriters Group to run pages of the
script before we shoot. Thanks Brent Brooks.



9. I realized I can use this web design thing as a bartering chip.



10. Talked to Yarkoni all about background colors for clowns and
monkeys.



11. On a personal note, my wife secured some awesome office space for
her to begin her hypnotherapy practice. She’s really on fire about this
and it’s crazy effective. Anything you are trying to over come,
achieve, conquer, she can help. www.hypnosteph.com





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Monday, September 28, 2009

1. What do monkeys like to eat? - bananas, there is a giant war going
on right now where clowns have set up circuses in the jungle to harvest
bananas for their peels, they use them in their act. Monkeys hate this
because they are stripping the jungle they also like ant hills so maybe
they have one of those in a bowl vs a bowl of fruit


2. Do monkeys like flowers, or do they maim some other living thing to
stick in a vase for their personal viewing pleasure? - monkeys would
have a tasteful reminder of the jungle something that shows their
roots, I have seen monkeys have grass planted in bowls, and some like
sculpture that looks like clockwork as they are proud that they can use
tools, They also enjoy puzzles and blocks that they can stack,
something to fiddle with.



3. Do monkeys sit up straight and walk tall, or are they still swinging
around (does the kitchen need 'vines' or poles)? - these monkeys are
ambivalent about their old ways, proud of where their from and how far
they’ve come, but always trying to prove that they have evolved, and
hate it when clowns patronize them, always afraid of looking stupid,
but don’t “get” clowns, because their sense of humor is fetal. They do
walk with hunches still, but poles and monkey bars are for strip clubs
where some have been seen sneaking off to vent latent jungle memories.




4. Are monkeys vain? (ie: like mirrors) – monkeys are very vain and all
about appearing civil, and still pick nits out of each others hair.
They can get obsessive and stare and comb and pick. Some have that
neurosis of skin picking until they break the skin. They all have bugs
in their hair no mater what.


5. Do monkeys eat off of plates & w/ silverware? – plates, no
silverware, they are communal and always eating of each others plates.
They are touchy and always touching each other when communicating.
Clown hate that because it is all about the separation between
performer and audience.


6. Do monkeys cook??? – I imagine they are into a raw diet. So
preparation with stirring chopping and beating without much fire or
baking. They can use a microwave. They like watching the carousel move
the food in circles, it seems productive.


7. What's the weather like where the monkeys live (tropical?
mountain?)? – They are all over but congregate in cities since they
have all the jobs. They would like green and I can picture outside the
sliding glass door a porch looking out on mountains, so mountains, they
built cities on top of mountains.


8. Do monkey's recycle? – yes because they hate the frivolous and
wasteful.


9. Do monkey's wear shoes? (what will the floor be like...) No monkey’s
wear shoes, they would like a nice warm textured floor. Interesting
carpet.


10. Do monkey's drink coffee? – Hell yes, and go to 1950’s beatnik
coffee bars and are major coffee snobs. They are paranoid about
anything but coffee being in their coffee.


10a. Do monkey's smoke? (just had to ask ;) Cigars. Cigerettes,
cigerellos, and constantly. They would have ashtrays everywhere.









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1. What do monkeys like to eat? - bananas, there is a giant war going
on right now where clowns have set up circuses in the jungle to harvest
bananas for their peels, they use them in their act. Monkeys hate this
because they are stripping the jungle they also like ant hills so maybe
they have one of those in a bowl vs a bowl of fruit


2. Do monkeys like flowers, or do they maim some other living thing to
stick in a vase for their personal viewing pleasure? - monkeys would
have a tasteful reminder of the jungle something that shows their
roots, I have seen monkeys have grass planted in bowls, and some like
sculpture that looks like clockwork as they are proud that they can use
tools, They also enjoy puzzles and blocks that they can stack,
something to fiddle with.



3. Do monkeys sit up straight and walk tall, or are they still swinging
around (does the kitchen need 'vines' or poles)? - these monkeys are
ambivalent about their old ways, proud of where their from and how far
they’ve come, but always trying to prove that they have evolved, and
hate it when clowns patronize them, always afraid of looking stupid,
but don’t “get” clowns, because their sense of humor is fetal. They do
walk with hunches still, but poles and monkey bars are for strip clubs
where some have been seen sneaking off to vent latent jungle memories.




4. Are monkeys vain? (ie: like mirrors) – monkeys are very vain and all
about appearing civil, and still pick nits out of each others hair.
They can get obsessive and stare and comb and pick. Some have that
neurosis of skin picking until they break the skin. They all have bugs
in their hair no mater what.


5. Do monkeys eat off of plates & w/ silverware? – plates, no
silverware, they are communal and always eating of each others plates.
They are touchy and always touching each other when communicating.
Clown hate that because it is all about the separation between
performer and audience.


6. Do monkeys cook??? – I imagine they are into a raw diet. So
preparation with stirring chopping and beating without much fire or
baking. They can use a microwave. They like watching the carousel move
the food in circles, it seems productive.


7. What's the weather like where the monkeys live (tropical?
mountain?)? – They are all over but congregate in cities since they
have all the jobs. They would like green and I can picture outside the
sliding glass door a porch looking out on mountains, so mountains, they
built cities on top of mountains.


8. Do monkey's recycle? – yes because they hate the frivolous and
wasteful.


9. Do monkey's wear shoes? (what will the floor be like...) No monkey’s
wear shoes, they would like a nice warm textured floor. Interesting
carpet.


10. Do monkey's drink coffee? – Hell yes, and go to 1950’s beatnik
coffee bars and are major coffee snobs. They are paranoid about
anything but coffee being in their coffee.


10a. Do monkey's smoke? (just had to ask ;) Cigars. Cigerettes,
cigerellos, and constantly. They would have ashtrays everywhere.











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Friday, September 25, 2009

Met with Megaman Matt Young last night and an agreement was made! Here
is where we will be filming Clown Versus Monkey!
http://ping.fm/XW1n7 Just let that awesomeness soak in. FIGHTEVIL
SD

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

INT. BEATNIK BAR – NIGHT MONKIES in berets and turtle necks sit at
smoky tables and sip espresso. BEAT MONKEY walks on stage. BONGO MONKEY
on stage right taps out an intro. The crowd now silent. BEAT MONKEY
Vine hanging down Vine hanging low Vine caught Vine trip Vine don't fly
me away Vine wraps Vine ties Vine binds Vine cocoons Vine spider web
Red nose spider Suck'n me dry Taking insides outside Hair'n skin blows
away Vine won't be swinging me. Four winds be my ride I see skies high
The jungle low Shrinks green to brown Free of the vines I cloud to rain
Wash'n the poison From brother's eyes Spider falls Vine dies Bongo
Monkey taps his drum. All the monkeys in the audience snap their
fingers.

Monday, September 21, 2009

In this email chain is all the sites my awesome bro Jeff is going to be
sending our updates too!
and check out this crazy awesome
thing!http://ping.fm/fzvhr
I'm meeting with them now on THrusday as Atlanta is currently
underwater.
This film will be alot like being a kid, just pretending. All added
later.
Goodnight Moon, any ever read it?
http://ping.fm/JTy2N
so good and I want the tone to be that of Goodnight Moon.
When in doubt, Goodnight Moon.
There are versions on Youtube but the best way is to read it real slow
and whispery to yourself.
http://ping.fm/JpA8F
Latah KillazSD





Date: Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 12:50 AM
Subject: Re: Website list
To: Jeff Steel


Hey Jeff! this is awesome!
You can be ClownMonkey, as a user name, and create from there.The only
other site I can think of are fangoria.com
mailorderzombie.comruemorgue.combloody-disgusting.com
there are a few more I'll send later
Great WORK!
On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 3:24 PM, Jeff Steel
wrote:
Submitted for your approval, are these fifty sites. The ping.fm sites
are listed last as I encountered an issue whilst attempting to
register. It seems that the name SDROG and Sam Drog are both currently
in use for a few of them. Since the name is unalterable after registry
in most cases, I was wondering if you had any preferred alternate name
in mind. Let me know and I can go ahead and register on them real
quick. Also, for some sites there were multiple contact emails to
choose from, so I listed the page that lists them instead of choosing
one of them for this list.

Arrow in the head http://ping.fm/spGl3
http://ping.fm/VOPqJ Evil on Two legs
http://ping.fm/PqjPh horror.com
http://www.horror.com/ fearscene.com
http://ping.fm/6VHr3 forums.horromovies.com
http://ping.fm/Z1MnT horror-movies.ca
http://ping.fm/pW8QV horromoviesandstuff.com
http://ping.fm/D8aaj gutsandglory
http://ping.fm/4VYJc best-horrofilms
Osuary
http://ping.fm/xpsH4
buiried.com http://ping.fm/ADP7V
http://ping.fm/IWMla IFC.com http://ping.fm/wBXuh
http://www.ifc.com/ Filmindependent.org
http://ping.fm/IYfJY
http://ping.fm/pDKec Indytalk
http://ping.fm/MCr5a atlantafilms.com (takes a long time
to load this one)
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ihateclowns.net
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Finally, I found this video funny, perhapes it will provide inspiration
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***note from drog, funny stuff, but it is well documented that all
monkeys, not clowns, know kung fu***

Sunday, September 20, 2009

INT. KITCHEN – DAY

We are in a sunny suburban kitchen.

DAD and MOM MONKEY sit at the kitchen table.

A SALES MONKEY in a powder blue shirt sits across from them with a
brief case, some brochures and a miniature foam core tool shed.

SALES MONKEY takes a large steel hook from the briefcase.

SALES MONKEY
And check out this baby, top of
the line, surgical steel, holds
up to 300 pounds, by it's self.

MOM
Oh my.

SALES MONKEY
Oh my is right, a little more
up front but will last you a
lifetime.

DAD
We're not looking to make a
swing set out of them, we
just want them to spill the
beans.

SALES MONKEY
Understood, how long has Jo Jo
been missing.

MOM starts to cry, DAD places her head on his shoulder.

DAD
Five days, you never think
it'll happen to you, but then…

SALES MONKEY
I know, they took one of
mine once.

MOM
Did you get him back?

SALES MONKEY
Her, Bayra, I did.

DAD
How.. HOW!

SALES MONKEY picks up the steel hook.

SALES MONKEY
One of these shucked right
behind each Achilles heal,
suspended upside down, doesn't
take long for all that clown
juice to collect in their brains.
Set's their nerves on fire.
They talk, they scream. You'll
get you little Jo Jo back.

DAD
Give me two of ‘em.

Friday, September 18, 2009

Ahoy Shipmates,
So this is how it will go,
The film is like a series of paintings, think of it as looking at a
gallery of 84 paintings that when taken all together tangentally tell
a story, or to be more precise gives you a vivid impression of this
alternate world.
Tracy - we should skip the "trace a photo approach" and just talk
about what the background should be for each sixty second scene. You
can frame it in your mind also as scenic backdrops. Loose lines and
loose color from the "darkside of the rainbow", greens, purples,
crimsons, blacks, and some panic colors. Also Google "Polish Movie
Posters", if nothing else for the emotion we are heading towards.
Mike - if an image comes to your head from the pages don't hesitate to
draw it, we are looking at two drawings a week, and anything you draw
will be inspirational and will make people more curious for the film.
The actual costumes will be details added to the base, a basic clown
and monkey with a few added details, and alot of post color
replacement and overlay. This is for budgetary reasons.
here's ten more things you should know about this world.
1. the clown cities have hot air baloons everywhere for mass
tranportation,
2. clowns also travel by hanging on to helium balloon bundles,
3. sometimes they put steel hooks into the end of the baloon strings
and stab them into the monkeys and send the monkeys into the sky. This
is displeasing to monkeys.
4. a huge industry is the contracting of torture shacks for monkeys by
monkeys, it is perfectly legal to torture a clown because...
5. a popular clown sport is to kidnap clowns and take them on huge
frivolous trips that serve no purpose. They will kidnap them and take
them out for ice cream and this will take years. Monkeys hate doing
anything frivolous...
6. Monkeys have all the jobs, clowns hate reality and want everyone to
stop working and watch their act. Monkeys want to be productive 24/7.
7. Clowns are devoted to the spiritual concept of discovering the
perfect joke inside them.
8. Clown babies are spiritual leaders because they are closer to that
initial spark of inspiration that inspires the perfect personal "set
up".
9. Nirvana for a clown is when the punch line is the setup is the
punch line, intertwined and inseparable - homogenous, and called
homogenasia.
10. If a clown dies on stage, produces no laughs from the audience,
they must commit suicide.
11. BONUS! The torture shacks are used to get info from the clowns on
where the kidnapped monkeys are. It is a patriotic duty to torture a
clown because a kidnapped monkey can't go to work and thus holds up
production.
Fightevil
sdrog
The green screen will be used for 12 sessions and the seven minutes
will take five hours to do.

The movie will be shot in wide shots, one minute wide shots, that are
then zoomed in and cropped in post. It will be like looking at a
painting and the painting movies and we move in and look at the details.

I want the twins to act in it as well.

Any props and vehicles that we can not secure will be high contrast b/w
photo rips.

I will work from mikes drawings and he will work from my script. A
fluid idea exchange.

We will keep this situation fluid.

The script will be nonlinear and keep thinking nightmare.

I will write out the script one page at a time, one page per day.

People will have nightmares for 100 years after this comes out.

I will manifest the green screen and masks next.

I have a budget of 200 dollars for the clown and monkey faces. I will
have four monkey suits and four clown suits. The monkey suits will need
to be a hookable color, like the hot pink, and the clown suits will be
generic jump suits, also a hookable color.

Pink Monkey suits

Jump suits in four big bright chroma colors for super imposing. And the
masks will be two other hookable colors that can be changed later.

Before post, the clowns will look like skittles.

Yarkoni will do the back grounds, they will look like this!



I need those loose lines and and color bleeds.


Jeff will have the list of sites to market to ready by 9.30.09.


FIGHTEVIL SD

Thursday, September 17, 2009

The rock'n rocker Mike spent the day researching and sketching for the
Clown Versus Monkey(.com) AND I have a hot lava lead on a high tech
green screen that would shoot the film into the heart of Awesomeville.
Note:I will be plugging this clown till Halloween '10.

Hey Guys, new zombeak stuff!

A cool write up from the cool cats at evilontwolegs.com!

Thanks Jon and Corey!

Fergie ferg say -Check it out!

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

> EXT. INSANE ASYLUM - SUNSET
>
> Creepy asylum sits on top of hill.
>
> A weird van pulls up and parks at the front gate.
>
> Two monkeys in lab coats step out of the van.
>
> The guard monkey steps out of his booth and greets them.
>
> The lab monkeys open the back of the van
>
> A maniac clown in a straight jacket jumps out and attacks them. He has
> several mouths all over his face.
>
> The monkeys restrain the clown.
>
> A third monkey in protective gear comes out of the van with a cattle
prod
>
> One of the lab monkeys gets bit by the clown and screams.
>
> The shock monkey zaps the clown down with the prod.
>> The clown trembles on the ground.
>
> BIT MONKEY
> Ah Bananas, You’re were right
> we should have bagged him.
>
> The guard goes back into the booth returns with a shot gun
>
> Monkey gets on knees
>
> BIT MONKEY
> Hurry up and do it before I start
> cracking jokes.
>
> The guard blows away the monkey.
>
> His head obliterated, the gore spews from his neck like foam from a
campaign bottle.
>
> The clown starts laughing