Here’s MBOP’s submission to the Toronto Film Challenge. The rules were: Horror genre 8 minutes max All writing, shooting and editing had to be completed within 48hours. 10 people max, including actors Had to include the line, “That can’t be possible” Had to include the severed leg prop Had to include a dark alleyway [...]
Candy Wrappers by Mitch Arend
I thought for a while about what the best sound for this Halloween edition would be. With sound being one of the most crucial elements used to scare an audience of a horror picture my first inclination was to find a popular sound used across [...]
Rain From Inside a Car.
Rain from Inside a Car by Mitch Arend
Last week I referenced a couple past Foley Fridays – so why stop there? Way, way back in the spring I wrote about the wonderful world (sound) of rain and after experiencing a week of it I thought I’d [...]
Footsteps in leaves.
Footsteps In Leaves by Mitch Arend
As I walk along the many streets of the metropolitan city where I live I can’t help but notice the leaves stream from what little trees line them. Not all of them have hit the round yet, no piles have been raked/blown but [...]
Knife Sharpen by Mitch Arend
Turkey season starts this weekend. Thanksgiving is the first of several meals from now until the end of the year where most of us will gleefully over indulge (and I’m not referring to watching too much Glee – because that’s jut a horrible nightmare scenario). [...]