EAT Uncut Edition

 
 

Hey Everyone!

Recently, I posted a photo of the EAT German Blu-Ray on my Instagram page.  The cover of the Blu-Ray says “Uncut Edition.”  Since posting the photo, a lot of people have asked me about an Uncut Edition of EAT and where they can see it in the US, so I wanted to clear it all up.

There is only one cut of EAT in existence.  There are no rated, unrated, cut or uncut versions.  We only delivered one version of the film, world wide.  But don't get mad at our German distributor AL!VE, just yet.  They technically aren't wrong.

The cool thing about EAT is we were never ... and I mean NEVER ... asked to cut anything from EAT.  Since this was our first feature, we were really surprised.  We made the movie we wanted to make, delivered it and companies around the world released it.  No questions asked.  No notes given.

So if you have already rented or purchased EAT, fear not, you’re watching the Uncut Edition.

Enjoy!

Look at this Artwork!

Holy Shit … look at this artwork.  Oskar Ankarudd painted this beautiful portrait of Meggie Maddock as Novella McClure using acrylics and pencils on gessoed board.  Oskar’s work is photoreal and lifelike.  It reminds me of Drew Struzan, the Michael Jordan of movie poster artists.  Words can’t describe how beautiful and lifelike Oskar’s painting is.  It perfectly captures the spirit of the film and character.  Thank you Osker!!  This is just the coolest thing ever.

You can check out more of his beautiful artwork on his Instagram page and his IMDb page.

Fan Art and Featurettes

Hey Everyone!

I just wanted to share some awesome fan art from the very talented Em Fripp.  I love this concept.  Novella munching on her foot with Candice blindly looking away, but still standing guard.  So so awesome :)

Em sent me this and asked about our Making-Of Featurette.  EAT has been released on DVD/Blu-Ray in numerous parts of the world but some of the DVDs/Blu-Rays don't have the Making-Of Featurette for whatever reason.  Because of that, we split up the Featurette into a 15 episode Web Series.  It’s the same footage and everything, just split up into different episodes. 

You can check out The Making of Eat: Web Series page or check it out below:

INCUBATOR Five Years Later

Holy cow!  Where does the time go?  Turns out, it’s been 5 years since we shot INCUBATOR!  Can you believe that?  Usually, I hate something five years after I make it, but I still like this one.  So it’s fun to look back and see how far we’ve come.  I recently stumbled across some old set photos.  I figured I’d post them here and on the INCUBATOR page.  It’s fun to look at the cast and crew and equipment compared to three years later when we made EAT.

You can check out the photos below.