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I Really Liked The Movie! How Can I Help More People See It?

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Why, thanks for asking!  The easiest and best thing to do is to find the movie on various sites on the web and give it a rating and/or review!  Why? Because people use star ratings and good reviews to decide if they are going to watch a small independent film like ours.

Here are some important sites to rate the film on:

IMDB

Netflix (DVD customers only, please add the film to your queue and leave it there, that way Netflix orders more copies)

Itunes

Amazon

Google Play

Rotten Tomatoes

Feel free to seek out more sites as well.  Also, you could just buy a bunch of copies for your friends and families! (Christmas gifts anyone?)

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Where Did You Film Love In The Time Of Monsters?

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95% of the film was shot in Del Norte County, California. Our main location was at the Patrick Creek Lodge in Gasquet, CA, but you will also see the famous Klamath landmark Trees Of Mystery in the film as well. We honestly couldn't have finished the movie without all the help we received from the residents in and around Crescent City, CA- make sure to say hi when you stop by!  (BTW, the other 5% was in Los Angeles and Mt. Baldy, CA.)

If you want to see a map of where we shot (along with many other films) check out this link.

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Is It True That The Patrick Creek Lodge Is Haunted?

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Yes! As an almost 100 year old lodge, the Patrick Creek Lodge is haunted by a friendly ghost named Maude.  Our Stunt Coordinator Rick McCallum actually ghost hunts with the Hollywood Ghost Hunters (with Kane Hodder!) and went up to the lodge prior to production to see what he could find.  Check out the video to find out what happened:

You can also find more info on Maude in Mike's blog post here.

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Where Did The Idea For Love In The Time Of Monsters Come From?

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Writer Mike Skvarla came up with the original idea for the film in a dream. He had a nightmare where monsters attacked a woodland tour.  The rest of the plot? A combination of craft beers and a childhood watching awesome movies.

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How Much (Fake) Blood Did You Use In The Making Of The Movie?

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55 gallons of the stuff.  We actually used every last drop we brought with us; running out right as we finished the finale of the film!

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I Like Your 80’s-Style Music Video! How Did You Meet Thunderdikk And Where Did You Shoot?

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Thanks! We met Thünderdikk through writer Mike Skvarla.  The minute we heard it, we knew that their 80's themed rock fit our 80's themed movie perfectly!  The video was shot over the course of one day at The Crest bar in La Crescenta, CA.  It's an awesome place with great live music and craft beers every night!

Here's the "Magnum Love" video if you haven't seen it:

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You Guys Have A Huge Archive Of Blog Posts, Is There A Way I Can Search Through Them All?

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You can easily search through 300+ blog posts by using the search bar on the top right of the website. Gorge yourself on massive amounts of filmmaking information, from pre-pre production all the way to distribution! And don't forget to subscribe as well by using the field on the right side-that way you get e-mail updates as well!

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I’ve Got A Question I’d Like You To Answer, Where Can I Ask It?

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Awesome! Shoot us an e-mail at our Contact page.  Also, take a look at our Q&As page for more answers to popular questions!