Come join us at the Melrose Center Wednesday, March 20th as Auto AKA Sam Gaffin pulls back the curtain on the visual effects, sound design, models, animation and green screen that goes into bringing the universe of the killer robots to life. More information at https://www.meetup.com/Orlando-Video-Post-Production/events/259025272
If you have Amazon Prime be sure to check out The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn!
It’s the finale to episode 2 of I Am Robot You Are Not! Ruk, Lyta and Manu meet some killer robots and have a big rumble in the desert!
It’s another cartoon from The Killer Robots! Ruk, Lyta and Manu sneak into Magog’s garage and clean it out. See more episodes other videos from the Killer Robots at /www.youtube.com/user/https:/thekillerrobots/videos
It’s a new cartoon from The Killer Robots! Episode 2.2 of I Am Robot You Are Not debuts today. Ruk, Lyta and Manu visit the Magog of the Wastelands in hopes of enlisting his help in defeating the marauding hordes of Bulgarr the Despicable. Check out more episodes at https://iamrobotyouarenot.com/episodes/.
The Killer Robots have caught up with some old and new friends to create a new animated series on YouTube. It’ll be coming out in pieces over the next year. Check it out!
Here is the first episode of our animated show. Check out our sister site dedicated to the show at www.iamrobotyouarenot.com!
Orlando Nerdfest Approaches! You can see us at the Orlando Science Center on Sunday August 9th at 5 pm! Also, our first movie, The Killer Robots and the Battle for the Cosmic Potato will be screening that Sunday evening at 8 pm. The entire festival runs from Friday August 7th to Monday August 10th, so come check out some awesome bands and performers! Order Tickets Here!
In other news, Strobo and Auto ventured onto the Oh No Radio Show July 17th. You can check the podcast out here: leakedfrequency.podbean.com. Thanks to Owen, Ty and Tom for having us on. We enjoyed talking about the band and movie and listening in on their commentary of obscure and surreal current events.
And now, The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn movie news! All two thousand shots have been filmed, keyed, layered and graded. Killer Robots headquarters is littered with the remnants of hundreds of silver and black puppets, models and costumes. All that remains is a bit of tightening, pick-up shots, music, rocket butts, voice overs, and sound effects. Stay tuned!
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.