(PRWEB) June 13, 2005
This movie is the first of itÂs kind in that the director, Anthony Brownrigg, got a crazy idea to go to were-wolf fans to build the ultimate were-wolf. It worked. Getting thousands of opinions on nearly every imaginable aspect of what a were-wolf is from nearly fifty countries worldwide was far greater than what anyone expected.
Louis Lamp was one of the early crew to help guide the filmmakers in the concepts of lycanthropy. While the fans that gave their opinions for free, recognition for the fans from these filmmakers is always waxing. It couldÂve only been a task of Herculean effort to sort out dozens of contradicting opinions to choose the ones that were best suited for the film.
Armed with a concept, the creators were able to move in the direction of casting and production, though there is still a long way to go. As membership of the fan forum ÂThe PackÂ continues to soar, the designers and writers reach their conclusions for the movie and begin scripting.
An unofficial teaser was released earlier this month at Project A-Kon, in Dallas, Texas. Even though he wasnÂt there, Louis Lamp failed to hesitate once he did see it and made the teaser available through his website on the ninth of June, 2005. The amazing thing about the teaser is that within hours of it existing on Paradice Net, it had already accrued a fifth of the downloads of the top file, Lullaby, a song from Louis LampÂs debut album, An Open Mind.
The teaser itself is offered up through the Pack forums, as well as through Paradice Net. It is available in Quicktime and WMV formats.
The teaser is one of two new types of content to hit Paradice Net. As an emerging hub of independent creative arts, it has added film and a review utility in further diversification. There is still far to go on that siteÂs development, just as Calypso Blue Studios and Re-Quest Entertainment have a long way to go on their movie, ÂFreeborn.Â
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