24.06.10 by Jeff

The Beast Pageant

Albert Birney and Jon Moses are making a film called, “The Beast Pageant”. There’s something about it that reminds me of Ray Tintori’s film “Death To The Tinman” (and that’s a good thing).

the beast pageant movie Albert Birney and Jon Moses

Watch the trailer for the film below!


It looks awesome, but they need a little help finishing it!

They have a Kickstarter page set up, here.













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



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  • http://theburdenofmystery.com evan

    i like that!

  • London Richards

    Sweeeeeeet!!!!

  • zeta

    i want to see that kind of bad





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