Seeing some mild success with Raging Kitten as it was picked up by the “Lift Off Online Sessions” Film Festival and the Roughcut 60 Second Film Challenge put on by O-Region on Oct. 14, 2021!
A cat, tormented by its owners snoring, has a Raging Bull fantasy, with less Robert De Niro and a lot more cat!
Donald “Charlie Brown” Trump writes an inspiring transition letter to his successor.
Eric is branching out and giving a unique spin on reviewing films. Where he is often in them, or dissecting them. Either way, take a look at his intro to O.G. Critic :
Then like or subscribe! Both is nicer and might get you into Internet Heaven. Speaking of…check out his review for The Good Place as well!
Ok, you watched that?
Well that’s not all! Click below to watch The Evil Within, seriously, check it out…crazy behind the scenes history on this film makes this video entertaining even if you haven’t seen the film.
We release our latest little debacle! Quarantine 2040: A hybrid live action/animated film. You know, like Roger Rabbit!
Watch Eric do battle with his cartoon nemesis and more silly stuff like that because…why not!?!
Very excited to announce our short film/music video “Fake News” for the Buzz Kings has been officially selected for the Utah Music Awards Festival for 2020.
The good news is the festival is still on. The bad news, due to Co-Vid 19 the festival goes virtual. On Sept. 19 the festival will stream LIVE on their Facebook page.
So without further adieu, here is the animated original short: Interesting Deaths – Episode 1 – Jeremiah Clarke. Hope you enjoy it!
We spent the weekend toiling as and keeping our minds busy with the worldwide 48Hour film competition (April 3-5, 2020)
We had to choose a movie from Column A and a movie from Column B and long story short, we went with Clerks and Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy.
Aside from so many worldly things trying to keep Eric from doing this not limited to Rogers shutting his internet off prematurely due to a switching of gear…he stepped up and provided some demented live action/green screen footage.
Lisa Kennedy (Trillian Brie), Paul French (Jayphod Bobblebrox) and Patrick Williamson (Dante/Marvin) all helped provide needed voices.
So thanks for all the fish, and hopefully you get a kick out of this silly little mish mash during these less than cheerful times.
Back in October 416Film.com took part in the Toronto 48 Hour film contest once more.
Our genre: Musical.
This may be my least favourite genre but I feel like everyone involved busted their asses for this one. It didn’t put us in the finals but it is a weird, fun little film with 6.5 original songs.
Thanks to everyone involved including Paul French for the music. The writing group of Patrick Wiliiamson, Eric Myles, Ibrahim Mohamed and Rob Paul.
An old schoolmate Michael Obadia came out to do cinematography and ended up playing a role singing The Conspiracy Song, Lisa Kennedy made her 416Film debut with as a adult/child serial killer, and as (mostly) always Neil Bennet and Patrick Williamson did not let us down by playing a couple of fairly stupid detectives.
Written, shot and edited in 48 hours (although lightly tweaked after the original screening in November please feel free to abuse your soul with 416Film’s latest offering: Tone Death. Hope you enjoy it!
We at 416film.com appreciate any kind of press release and notice from the media, fake news or not! Here’s one from the Guelph Bugle this past week on our music video for Buzz Kings out of Guelph:
The song is available on all digital download and streaming services, including Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music and Deezer. You can see the video at www.buzzkings.ca or on the band’s YouTube channel, at youtube.buzzkings.ca.