Tomorrow we get the keys to our filming units, which pretty much marks the end of pre-production and the beginning of production. I’ve been running numerous tests on our new kit over the last few days. We’ve got a load of new sound equipment that I didn’t want to end up using untested, the drawback being that sound is not my strong point and therefore I’m not the best guy to test such stuff. My tests concluded that noises that go into the mic end up getting recorded. Hopefully this is sufficient. I’m sure when our sound recordist turns up he’ll be able to look at the matter in even more detail.
We had a gimp mask turn up last week, which features in one of the death scenes in KillerKiller. I have learnt that gimp masks exert a strange pull to people in the room, just begging to be put on. I have also learnt that everyone looks terrifying in a gimp mask. It’s not a sexual kink I’ve ever understood in the slightest, to be honest, but seeing the effect that thing has on people’s features I understand it even less. Gimp masks are scary folks. And I’m now obviously delighted to have one on my Ebay history. Right next to the cheerleader outift, just so nobody thinks I’m fucking weird or anything.
Heard from Screen Entertainment that apparently TrashHouse is going to be put up as a legal download in both the US and the UK some time soon. I’ll keep you posted on that as I hear anything.