The movie is up on VHX. It's 3$ to rent, 5$ to own and 8$ to have the movie and the bonus features. I definitely think it's at least worth renting if you've liked our past content. But if you're interested in the process of how we made a feature for $4000 in the middle of nowhere in Kansas, then the bonus material is totally worth it. I'm pretty happy with our 30-minute behind the scenes documentary. There is also a commentary with Chris and I, an outtake reel and some other little gems hidden in the digital booklet we made.
But yeah, guys! It's finally out. This is the first of many features that we will be producing. Obviously we won't go into specifics yet. But it will be Chris's turn next. Not only that, but I'm already a third of the way into writing my next one as well. We intend to only make things bigger and better from here and any support for LIVING AFTER MIDNIGHT will help tremendously.
It honestly feels really great to finally be at a point where we have gotten past the milestone. Now that we've made a feature film, it's just something that we do. I'm so thankful for everyone who was a part of making this one happen. My dedicated producers and the insanely talented cast made it a pretty good first experience for me. Can't wait to do more in the future. But this time, with much more knowledge.
So that covers that, I think.
We also just released a new podcast episode titled, "Francis Ford Coppola: The Rise and Fall of a Master". I know it's a little late, but I was juggling that with releasing the movie and finishing animation on Time Less.
Anyway, that's pretty much all I've got for you now, guys. More updates when something new comes up.