I make a living by making websites, but am learning the trade of filmmaking.
$11.25 shipping to NH business address. Not bad as long as I order more than one can.
Very excited to try this out.
I often let props guide me or have ideas that when I'm out and about, items scream "get this for a prop". So if you're willing to pay for a storage unit like me, you can start building up quite a prop department. Then again, a single, simple, scary doll is all you need to do something creative. A briefcase. Depends on what you want to shoot.
If you want to push yourself, pick a genre you don't like. For example, science fiction is my bag of tea. If it's not yours, then push yourself and do something sci-fi. If you don't like scary movies, make a slasher. It'll push you to do things out of your comfort zone and might end up being really good if you put your unique twist on something that isn't you.
Do you have a genre or something to go off of? I find my writing is mostly based on props I have access to or find. I re-wrote the intro to my short (in the works) the moment I got home after buying a vibrating football game. I draw inspiration from what I find.
Not a bad price. I'm looking for a sound for a single monster in a film. I'll gladly pay a little if I can get that sound to be perfect by mixing in an animal noise... after all, hearing the monster can be scarier than seeing it.
I agree with the other comments. Your trailer was long and didn't leave me wanting more. Well, it did, but I felt I had a very good understanding of what to expect. Leave some cardboard bits in the preview, though. You have better production quality than Hick Trek... and I own that on DVD. I'm working on a film, www.RocketsInSpace.com, that won't be using cardboard, but it's pretty close!
I plan to rent your movie (or buy) during one of the visits from my brother. Looks like the kind of movie we'd enjoy.
Is there another movie in your future? Do we have to wait another 6 years?