We had a great time talking to Russell McLain on his podcast show. Check it out on Radio Random Network or click the photo below to listen. Russell also talks with Hollywood Screenwriter Ramon Fernandez about his latest documentary Glory Daze. We show up about 20 minutes into the show and talk about The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn (available on iTunes http://apple.co/28Ti8XG) along with some behind the scenes anecdotes and musical influences. We even did our best to come up with some advice for aspiring artists. Enjoy!
Hunter Jackson, AKA Techno Destructo, artist and co-founder of the band GWAR gives his take on The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn (available on iTunes http://apple.co/28Ti8XG)
“THIS is what a Sci Fi movie is supposed to look like! Take heed Lucas Studios, this movie makes Star Wars look like it was made with costumes left over from the renaissance fair! The style and design of every detail is amazing! There are a lot of interesting characters, the writing is clever and funny. Best of all, unlike a Hollywood big budget movie; it doesn’t burden the viewer with learning some confusing origin story that doesn’t really matter anyway. I hope SOMEBODY out there is smart enough to give these guys a TV series and start shoveling money at them!”
Check out Hunter’s work at House of Huntar! – http://houseofhuntar.com/
We had a blast on episode 41 of Behind the Pop with Bryant and Derek. They review the new Star Trek movie and also talk to us about The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn and other Killer Robots behind the scenes stuff. Click on the image below to check out the podcast!
See our movie, The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn on iTunes now http://apple.co/28Ti8XG
It’s here folks! Post-Apocalyptic Inter-Dimensional Sci-Fi Robot Action ready to be devoured! Check it out on the following platforms. Rate and review if you can!
Check out these cool reviews:
“For a low-budget indie project, there is a remarkable commitment to injecting this film with the highest level of quality.” – David Duprey, That Moment In
“This movie belongs in a category of oddball cult fantasies where it deserves a look no matter what.” – Ed Sum, Otaku No Culture
“great low budget effects, tons of robots, explosions, lots of action, and a decent amount of comedy.” – Raul Vantassle, Spoiler Free Movie Sleuth
“deftly humorous but also, in its own inimitable way, a faithful tribute of sorts to the earliest sci-fi movies.” – Mat Smith, Documentary Evidence
Hey everybody! Here’s your chance to win some free stuff in our new contest! Our movie is currently available for Pre-Order at itunes http://apple.co/28Ti8XG. The first 20 pre-orders of The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn gets a cool 11 x 17 inch Poster. The next 10 gets a spiffy little 1.5 inch pin. Contest ends 11:59 PM, Thursday, January 14th. Send proof of purchase (order number or screen capture) along with your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you some merch!
It’s our poster! Coming to iTunes July 15th. The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn. It just won Best Fantasy at Florida Supercon and received it’s first review via Mat Smith of Documentary Evidence. Check out our new min-trailer at https://youtu.be/65xZIgQrS7k! Pre-order on iTunes at http://apple.co/28Ti8XG. First 20 pre-orders gets and 11 x 17 inch poster. Next 10 get a 1.5 inch pin. Send proof of purchase (order number or screen to email@example.com to win! Whooooooooo!!
We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with LA distributor Leomark Studios to bring The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn to audiences worldwide. The movie is currently scheduled to debut on iTunes and other platforms July 15th. It is currently available for pre-order here, and if you live in Japan – here.
And just a reminder, The Killer Robots! Crash and Burn movie will be playing at the Super Geek Film Festival during Florida Supercon in Miami, Florida. We will be set up at our filmmakers table the whole festival, so swing by and say hi if you can make it. The film will be playing Friday, July 1st at 11pm and Monday July 4th at 8:05pm.