Work continues on the Killer Robots’ next movie, The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn. As of today 45 shots remain to be composited (out of 2000). Be sure to check out the trailer here: Trailer!
If you are driving through Apopka this Saturday and you hear what sounds like an UFO invasion, don’t worry, it’s just us. We’ll be testing out some of our new sounds at Shoe’s Superstar Summer Social.
Also, thanks to Scott Yuken and Linda Lindhorst for helping film two more characters this weekend.
Check out Scott’s Vlog to see what we were up to:
Check out this acoustic version of Strobo’s song, Revenge of the Hot Dog Mafia. Afterwords, in a short sped-up interview, Strobo explains the meaning of the song and Auto tries to convince him that it’s about a surfing hot dog.
We had a great time at Megacon this past weekend! The Robots would like to thank Sparkplug McGee and Space Egypt for lending us their personages. Also, thanks to Rocket Roadie for rocketing us to the Con and flyering.
We even got to hang out with Lloyd Kaufman of Troma for a little bit. Max was able to get his thoughts on our first movie:
Lloyd – I would love to be in your first film!
Max – You are in our first film! You’re the President of the Universe.
Lloyd – Really? My people don’t tell me anything… when does it come out?
Max – 5 years ago! You were awesome!
Work continues on The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn. There are roughly 100 shots left to composite (out of 2000). It’s been a long journey and we look forward to taking it to the festival circuit.
In the meantime, check out this podcast advertisement with Strobo, Auto and a guest appearance by Strobo’s sister, Mary.
That’s all for now. See you in the future!
If you’re going to Megacon this weekend, keep an eye out for the The Killer Robots! We’ll be maneuvering our way through the convention this Saturday, April 10th along with Space Egypt and Sparkplug McGee. Hope to see you there!
Hello Earthlings! The Killer Robots will be at the Melrose Center this Saturday from 2-5 for their 1 year anniversary event. The event runs from 12-5 and hosts a number of fun and educational programs so come out and say hi!
Thanks to Scott Yuken for helping bring Samuel Williams’ Oberion to life. Watch his Yukendoit video below to find out more.
The Killer Robots had a lot of fun this past weekend filming with the indomitable Jesus Rodriquez, AKA Ricardo Rodriguez, El Local and Chimaera. Jesus is a hard working wrestler known for his time in the WWE and throughout the independent circuit. We are honored to have him on board as Metallum Apocalipsis! You can follow Jesus on twitter and on youtube.
Photos courtesy of LindaLindhorst.com
We had a blast at Otronicon in support of the Melrose Center. Thanks to all who stopped by to say hi. Also, a mighty hand for Linda Lindhorst and Scott Yuken as Space Egypt and Rock Lobster, respectively!
Keep a look out for more Killer Robots! appearances in the future. We are near completion of our new movie and hope to be playing out again soon!
This Saturday and Monday, The Killer Robots will be at the Orlando Science Center for Otronicon. We’ll be helping out with Melrose Center at their booth. They’ll have a photo booth, video green screen, audio production bay, simulators and a 3D printer. Come say hi!
Learn more about Otronicon at http://www.otronicon.org/
Learn more about Melrose Center at http://tic.ocls.info/
Here’s another vlog by Scott Yuken of Yukendoit. Scott checks in with Sam Gaffin as they assemble Gooblex – the next robot warrior to go before the cameras on The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn. Be sure to subscribe to Scott’s channel if you like!
Check out Scott Yuken’s vlog Filming with The Killer Robots!
Work continues on The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn. Looking at a February finish date. Will keep everyone updated!