Super well shot! I liked the locations you chose too. And a very good mix of shooting styles.
OMG that's some nice looking car :o. I agree, liked the lighting, Congrats!!
The end has been chopped off! As the director I find this pretty alarming... Will contact Filmaka and see if they can fix it.
Well if it isn't the fellows from Chrome Productions! Long time no speak, hope you guys are well. Fantastic work as always. Where the hell did you find a DeLorean in Londontown?
Excellent production value and very scary... Good acting and music score as well!
Terrific work, guys!
Good Directed, congrat
10 points for production value. Zero points for originality. Unfortunately, Robert Zemeckis already made a better version of this film in 1985. It was called Back to the Future starring Michael J. Fox.
first of all the movie went way over 3 minutes and might get disqualified......a very very well made film....very professional but the idea or concept should have been original and creative!!- jai nat ("The footprints")
ooo god!! that was very professional
Very impressive. The dolorean reveal is brilliant!
The Delorean made me smile.
Fantastic visuals and cinematography.
I hate to say this Joe, but, the DeLorean reveal actually wasn't brilliant at all. It was really kind of embarrassing. They might as well have had a card board cutout of Michael J. Fox in the passenger seat. The production value was at the level of anything you'd see on the BBC but the actual content lacked substance and originality. At the end of the day, that's the only thing that matters.
Saying this just another Back to the Future is just ridiculous. It's about as dumb as calling Lost just another Alive because they both deal with plane crashes. This was an interesting and moody take on the subject that made good and humorous use of an on hand Delorean. I was engaged the whole time which is the most important part to me and felt like it was a great three minutes of my life. Nice Work.