Everything is Chrome in the Future

No one reads my stuff anyway. So I want to try and talk myself through the opening cinematic and everything I want to do in the future. I made a video where I touched on some of those things, but I really don’t like making videos but the algorithms say I have to. So that’s there anyway.

I mentioned the series itself being a mixture of 70’s Grindhouse with that pretty, new coat of paint. A lot of what made them so good were just the way they started. You pretty much knew what you were getting into right at the start and you could get your mind ready as such.
It’s not the 70’s but I’ll give you Death Proof. You can see Tarantino’s foot fetish in full display. But if you watch below, you see it slowly puts you in the mood to be introduced to the first set of women.

Another example is A Scanner Darkly. You’ll be put right into the mindset about 10 seconds in. You’ll see what I mean. Prepare to itch.

I need to establish the tone right off the bat or else everything will just fall flat from there. That’s really what I’m concerned about.

As I’ve been writing I’ve been pulling out a lot of movies for some inspiration as I go along.

Such as Switchblade Sisters, which has a particular scene at a roller rink actually.

Then there’s this movie. There’s an intensity in this movie that I’ve just always loved. It’s one I don’t always see. You can really see the similar tone to what I’ve written.

Then there’s this one that I didn’t see until really recently. Don’t know how I missed it for so long considering the great fight scenes it has. Some of the best I’ve ever seen actually.

You’ve read and you can draw a lot of parallels with what I’m trying to accomplish. Just trying to do it in my own way. Cinema-Wise that is.

But of course, my second love is video games. And sometimes I’m able to actually squeeze in some time with my fighters… and Smash Bros which isn’t a fighting game. Sorry, it’s not.

For obvious reasons, this. You’ll see a ton of references of Jet Set Radio when you see the finished product.

Then of course, Madworld. Because it’s violent as hell. We’re over the top and only using practical effects, so why not go big or go home. We won’t be impaling anyone with a stop sign, but I think we’re figure out some fun stuff to do. If anyone asks me how I thought of such violent stuff. I’m not just thinking about Smash TV. Of course we’re not so violent yet. The situation isn’t really there for me to do some of the cool stuff I wanna do yet.

Okay, enough of that.

Now, the format, Instead of the fewer, longer episodes… I opted to go for more, shorter episodes. Each one will be less than 15 minutes, there will be 10 of them. And when all is said and done, it’ll basically be a long movie if you just want to sit and watch it all the way through. This is what all the Netflix has trained you for anyway.

So yeah, I had to throw all this stuff down real quick. At least talk about some stuff. Lemme know how you feel.

Casting again, isn’t that lovely?

Production title: C-Block
Union / Non-Union: Non-Union
Production Type: Independent
Project length: Web Series (30 minutes)
Project format: 16:9 HD

Company website: http://www.wolfenfilms.com

Filming Location: Goshen, Indiana

Director: Joseph Greene
Email: wolfenfilms@gmail.com
Compensation: Yes

Synopsis:
“C-Block” is a web series about a woman and her discovery that roller derby is more than just a great sport sometimes and can be used for my sinister needs. Now she has to figure out this new world and deal with old and new friends and enemies over the course of the 6 episode series.

Character BIOS

[Kevin] [GENDER: MALE] [AGE: 20-40]

Kevin does the important paperwork in the office and balances the company checkbook. He’s actually quite expendable and everyone around him treats him like it.

[Announcer]
There are actually two of these characters. They give the play by play for derby events, and don’t really seem to have a life outside of that. Could be any age or gender.

CASTING NOTICE (Electric Boogaloo): Roller Derby Web Series C-Block

Production title: C-Block
Union / Non-Union: Non-Union
Production Type: Independent
Project length: Web Series (30 minutes)
Project format: 16:9 HD

Company website: http://www.wolfenfilms.com

Filming Location: Goshen, Indiana

Director: Joseph Greene
Email: wolfenfilms@gmail.com
Compensation: Yes

Synopsis:
“C-Block” is a web series about a woman and her discovery that roller derby is more than just a great sport sometimes and can be used for my sinister needs. Now she has to figure out this new world and deal with old and new friends and enemies over the course of the 6 episode series.

Character BIOS

[Fay] [GENDER: FEMALE] [AGE: 25-35]

Fay tends to float her way through life. Not really committing to anything or anyone. Has a ban short term memory and always forgets to lock her door. She likes to skate in her free time but has never really thought much about it until the death of a friend. She has to figure out how to balance actually staying alive with managing a team.

Because we've all been here before.

What Style Do I Use? The Question On Our Minds…

This has been a question I’ve been wrestling with. The fun thing that I’ve been trying to do with C-Block is mix up with every single episode is. The only thing that’s going to remain the same is the pulpy, violent nature. I’ve actually.

As you can see, you’re never going to see the same thing twice. We’re trying to create a unique experience here. Our first episode is pretty much used for establishing. After that, it’s all over the place. You’ll have as many experiences as you want. I just need everything to remain fresh and strong.

Bam, look at this really crude chart I made. This basically is the genre structure. It might change, I dunno. That’s just what I’m writing on for now.

Yoahhhhhhhhhh Chartz

Charts son.

I think that covers it. Remember to tell your friends. Tell your dead friends. Tell that cop that pulled you over today because you’re black.

Remember to check out the fundraising stuff and all that good crap. I’m going to get back to work.

http://igg.me/at/cblockwebseries/x/11154

C-Block: Let’s Talk About The format

Been getting a ton of questions about distribution. How’s it going to work, do you have it lined up… and so forth.

It’s actually quite simple. The web series format is a new breed, but it’s a breed that everyone has access to… if that makes any damn sense at all. I can make everyone as long or short as I need it, and everything I have is mine and is controlled (mostly) by me. Which means you won’t have to go to the middle of nowhere just to see it.

The alternative would be to take it to festival after festival, where barely no one will see it. Sure, by doing so it gets you all kinds of personal accolades, but it doesn’t really do you much good in the long run when people actually want to see your stuff. And since this is crowdfunded, I want to people to see the work being made as soon as I can get it to them. Not a year or so afterwards when I’m done jacking myself off at film festivals you’ve never heard of. i’d be good for me, not for anyone else, especially you, the viewers who have been patient enough as it is.

I’m in the business of fun and entertainment. I just want you guys to have fun to, and as much as possible. Thus, we’re making a web series and getting quality content to you as quickly as humanly possible. The audience is what matters and I know what you want, even if you don’t know it yet.

Now I have to rest because I’m skating tomorrow. Lucky me.

Be sure to donate, so I can make this monster of a series.

I’ll see you all next time.

Here’s the link for you guys. Share it up..

http://igg.me/at/cblock/x/11154

What my Place is.

I really only write these things for myself so I don’t end up talking to myself all day. That can’t be healthy.

A benefit of living here in Goshen Indiana is the fact that I pretty much spend all of my days alone with my thoughts. And lately my thoughts have been good ones, for the first time in a long time. But of course I can’t help feeling if I’m doing the right thing that filmmakers are supposed to do. I really don’t have anyone rallying around me, most don’t even want to be seen with me.

Does that hurt my feelings? Hells yeah, it used to, a lot. It’s more just annoying now. I’ve really come to terms with some things.

I’m never going to be a popular kid. Never wanted to be. I just want to keep doing my own thing, because people can and will appreciate you for doing so, even if it’s years down the road. Then everyone who didn’t give a single hoot about you is going to decide to give two maybe three hoots about you.

I really don’t like being the center of attention (which is why I don’t like to act). But I do love it when everything comes together.

Just have to keep working at it. Someone will realize all the hard work.

CASTING NOTICE: Roller Derby Web Series C-Block

This is our title art. Pretty nice isn’t it?

Production title: C-Block
Union / Non-Union: Non-Union
Production Type: Independent
Project length: Web Series (30 minutes)
Project format: 16:9 HD

Company website: http://www.wolfenfilms.com

Filming Location: Goshen, Indiana

Director: Joseph Greene
Email: wolfenfilms@gmail.com
Compensation: Yes

Synopsis:
“C-Block” is a web series about a woman and her discovery that roller derby is more than just a great sport sometimes and can be used for my sinister needs. Now she has to figure out this new world and deal with old and new friends and enemies over the course of the 6 episode series.

Character BIOS

[CHERYL] [GENDER: FEMALE] [AGE: 25-35]

Bookworm and sometimes skater Cheryl always likes to question the strategy. Every team needs a cynic and she’s that one.

There are the major speaking roles, and casting goes on until the end of the month. We begin filming in mid-March.

Just hit my up at wolfenfilms@gmail.com for more information. Thank you and good night everyone.