Sunday, November 22, 2015

Crowdfunding Talk, With FX Legend Shannon Shea and Fright Hypes's Mike Hickey

     As some of you may know, I'm not only the director of The Quantum Terror movie, but I'm also the host of a practical effects focused podcast show on known as The Practical People. With my friend's Shannon Shea launch of his Kickstarter for The Phantom Harbor, Chad Armstrong (founder of Legless Corpse) raising money for his film Deimosimine, and of course, The Quantum Terror continuing on with its Indigogo, it seemed only natural to get everyone together on one show to talk about our projects. Unfortunately, Chan got struck down by a 104 fever and had to miss out on the show, in favor of going to the hospital, but we were joined by Fright Hype host Mike Hickey, for a fun conversation via Google Hangouts. Enjoy our episode.

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Spotlight On Kristin Cochell & Heather Lowe


We're very proud to say that our leading lady Kristin Cochell has a new interview in where she talks about her acting and her various roles, including The Quantum Terror. You can read it by clicking here.

Meanwhile, we're working on a lot of different aspects of the film, in between our principle photography. Today includes a meeting with our head of miniature effects, HEATHER LOWE and sifting through dailies so we can start making rough edits of what we've shot so far.

Known for her combination chalk art, cosplay, photography pieces she creates around her two daughters, Heather's work has been featured by sites like Moviepilot, Neatorama, and has even earned a spotlight from George Takie.

She's also the author of The Sunny Side Blog, a painter, master of arts and crafts, and quite frankly, her creativity knows no bounds. Check out more of her work, by clicking HERE.

Heather will be taking on the construction of our miniature sets, which include tunnels, strange rooms, and alien environments. Her eye for detail, knowledge of materials, and love of horror movies make her the perfect person for the job.

More great news is on the way.

For those of you who have contributed to our "voice of evil" pledge level on our IndieGoGo we are slowly getting around to checking out what you've recorded. Bear with us, as the process of bringing this all together is a meticulous one. Also, a couple of you on that pledge level still haven't sent us your submissions. Don't be shy. The time is now.

As always, thank you!
-Christopher "Moonlight"
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Wednesday, November 4, 2015


I hope everyone had a fantastic Halloween. Ours got off to a great start with our local paper The Hays Free Press doing their second story on our production, which you can read by clicking HERE.

However, things did get a bit hairy soon after that, with severe flooding in our city, where we're shooting. Everyone is okay and we soon got thing straitened out, but check out what our tunnel looked like in this aftermath video.

We've had some weather here, which is going to set us back a little, but never fear, here's a sleep deprived Christopher Moonlight to explain. #QuantumTerror #elnino #texasstorm #Lovecraftian #floods #PracticalEffects #practicalfx #ChristopherMoonlight
Posted by The Quantum Terror on Friday, October 30, 2015

Still we managed to enjoy our Halloween, and I even took time out to make a tutorial on my costume, which you can watch here.

Yes, that's a DIY Alien chestburster puppet made using household materials. No, I don't consider it movie quality. All movie quality materials are of course dedicated to bringing The Quantum Terror to life.

You can get the full scoop on building baby aliens on where I go into more detail about the inspiration. Click HERE to read it.

Back to work! Tomorrow, I meet with my miniature set builder as we continue to move ahead with production, but as usual, we're counting on you to help let people know that our Indiegogo is still open and accepting contributions.

As always, thank you!
-Christopher "Moonlight"
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