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SlashFilm Reviews The Distortion Trailer

Posted in Filmmaking, Production with tags , , , , , , , on May 23, 2010 by Richard Diaz

To say I am a pig in slop is an understatement. And for those of you that may not know that is a very good thing as pigs love their slop. Not only was the trailer showed recently on the big screen at the Horror Society event Woman Of Horror II and I got to introduce it but now the trailer is reviewed by Christopher Stipp who reviews trailers at Like me he loves movie trailers and I just love his pieces on them. So to have him review mine is such a huge thrill. It’s an honest review and he rightly points out a few flaws but has some of the nicest things to say about me which as a struggling filmmaker is like drinking from the Holy Grail and feeling young again.

A truly heartfelt thank you to Christopher and SlashFilm for this. Enough of my babbling. Go check it out!!


Distortion Teaser Trailer

Posted in Post Production, promotion with tags , , on November 30, 2008 by Richard Diaz

Here is the teaser trailer for ‘Distortion’. This is a teaser so there isn’t much footage. I did take that original idea and sort of do what I wanted. The opening though was supposed to be TV snow instead of a gray box but it killed the compression. I was getting 100MB files and it looked blocky and awful. It was trying too hard to read all of the little bits of “snow” so I had to dump it. Especially since this trailer is meant for the internet.

The full trailer made up entirely of footage, like a normal trailer, will be done in January. Though I probably won’t post it until after the premiere (assuming I can get it shown) at the Fangoria Weekend Of Horrors in Chicago in early March. For now here is the teaser!

If you want the higher quality Quicktime version then be sure to watch it HERE.

Distortion Written About At Fangoria

Posted in promotion with tags , , on October 17, 2008 by Richard Diaz

Some really great news today. Fangoria has written about ‘Distortion’! Samuel Zimmerman wrote a great piece on the film. Big thanks to Tony Timpone for making this happen.

Click here to read it.