BMMI Episode 064: Roadside Attraction

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This week we took a trip to one of those quirky little tourist traps. You know the one out in the middle of nowhere with the jar collection? Well it turns out that that place isn’t just a tiny shack with a bunch of jars, it’s also the largest ghost prison in all of North America. And what do you think happens when a stupid, little kid drops a jar causing the largest ghost prison break in history?

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BMMI Guest Ep 09: Skinprint (with Special Guest Adam Quesnell!)

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It’s Ahh-ghost August and we kicked it off right with Ghost World Too. Skinprint is the story of a scientist who successfully crosses over to the ghost world and discovers that being a ghost is the ultimate high. So he devises a plan to 3D print himself a body and return to the world of the living, only to give the gift of ghost-hood to his friends and family. Featuring special guest Adam Quesnell!

Also, if you think this is just the Ghostbusters ghost you’re wrong… DEAD wrong.

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BMMI Episode 062: Confessionalevator

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Stuck in an elevator on the Fourth of July with Keanu Reeves again, Andrew must come up with a pitch to keep him entertained. This one stars Keanu Reeves who is… stuck in a glass elevator. He’s trapped with Anthony Hopkins, who wants him to confess to the murder of his best friend. No one leaves this glass elevator until someone confesses or… Dies!

This is a cerebral film along the lines of Fracture or The Firm or Stay. Can Keanu Reeves worm his way out of this one? Or will he become just another ghost in a jar?

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BMMI Episode 061: Live-In Butler

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Streaks on the china. Never mattered before. Who cares… 
Live-In Butler is a single location escape thriller set entirely in a middle income family’s kitchen…and the crawl space below. What starts as the seemingly routine day of a butler–making the children an after-school snack, polishing the silverware, preparing dinner–takes a mysterious turn when the butler is willingly locked into a cellar under the kitchen when the parents arrive home, but not before secreting away tiny oddities to set a long-planned night into motion. Did I mention that the film starts with a mood-setting short of two skeletons frolicking in a bog until one of them falls in and gets trapped in a flesh prison, which they try to peel off, screaming in pain?

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VAN STEE – Slo Mo Jazz Hands Official Video

Slo Mo Jazz Hands is the second single from VAN STEE’s sophomore album  “Heartbreaker Nervewrecker Meansucker”

We’re honored to have the opportunity to make a video for the wonderful band, VAN STEE whose new album debuted a week ago today. Check it out! Frontman Charlie Van Stee has appeared on Big Money Movie Ideas in the past pitching us Bill & Ted 3 as well as making a guest appearance in our Christmas Special.

If you like vampires, mummies, trespassers, or Charlie, you’re gonna love this video!

BMMI Episode 060: Guts

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An amnesiac scientist wakes up deep within the bowels of a dying endangered animal. She must survive the treacherous tummy and her even more traitorous companion as she struggles to escape. Her life depends on finding out how she got there and why she’s so dang little. Journey with us won’t you, into GUTS!

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BMMI Episode 059: Abomination Park

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This evocative poster should remind you of Jurassic Park and instill an existential dread of the unknown. Does that shadow look like Goofy? That’s not the question you should be asking. You should ask, “Could I outrun a Goofy if it turned…insatiable for hugs.” Abomination Park is a whole new genetic fantasyland where the commercial, the cute, and the cartoonish become flesh. But it turns out, genetically engineered chimeras resent the gift of life, and can easily turn against their creators. It’s the premise of Jurassic Park taken to it’s grim, logical conclusion.

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