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What is "The Three Joes"?

Posted by John Bartus on January 26, 2014 at 6:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Like I've mentioned in my previous posts, it's animated interpretations of John (Me), Joseph (My brother), and Cory (My friend) who call themselves, you guessed it! The Three Joes! Their band name is the "Asskickers" and are, in the near future, the 3 chosen ones who are destined to beat Satan, also known as the prince of darkness.

I'll keep you posted for more updates regarding the film :)

The Idea.

Posted by John Bartus on January 25, 2014 at 7:40 PM Comments comments (0)

The idea for this film came from my own creativity, a lot of kids from 4th/5th grade to present always told me that i had nice drawings and have a creative vision that i enjoy 24/7. So i drew interpretations of Me, my brother and friend Cory and figured i could use my own creative vision to deliver to the big screen. I also planned a TV series slightly before even discussing the movie, and i'm definetly planning on working on a TV adaption as well.

Keep you posted for more updates regarding the film..

Production.

Posted by John Bartus on January 25, 2014 at 7:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Twisted Brain Film Productions and Twisted Experiments will be in charge of the production of the film.

I'll also hire Rhino Films, a subsidiary to Rhino Entertainment, to distribute the film as well.

Also, the film is dedicated to Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter :)

Keep you posted for more updates regarding the film..

Plot, characters, and settings.

Posted by John Bartus on January 25, 2014 at 6:35 PM Comments comments (0)

For those of you who don't know Canyon County, it is a county located in the U.S. state of Idaho. The county seat is Caldwell, and its largest city is Nampa. That is the film's setting. The plot, which i sorta discussed in the previous post, involves the three great ones: John, Joseph and Cory destined to stop the prince of darkness, Satan. Meanwhile, Satan plans to be one-step ahead of them by sending out evil versions of the trio, Jennifer, Ojo and Rory, to make sure they don't foil his huge attempt to take over Canyon County, then the world. As well as having a fourth assistant for help named Chucky (from the Child's Play movies). The plot is loosely inspired by:

"Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" (Part of Plot)

"Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey" (Part of Plot)

"Dude, Where's My Car?" (Opening scene with the Three Joes waking up)

"The Lion King" (Part of Plot)

"The Karate Kid Part III" (Karate's Bad Boy slogan)

"Rocky V" (Street Fight scene with John and Chucky).

"The Three Joes" is a take off of "Ed, Edd n' Eddy", but with a "Bill and Ted" personality added to them, "The Lost and Damned" is based off "The Lost" biker gang from the "GTA IV" universe, the idea of Jennifer came from a hilarious heartwarming remark to Me called "Good Girl" from my own Cousin. Also, The Lost and Damned will share similarities with the "Hyena" trio from "The Lion King" cause of their consistant laughing throughout the film. Satan is based off a mythology legend, although he has a much more different appearence in the actual film, which comes off my own vision. Chucky, well he's pretty much designed from the Child's Play films, but in my own vision. Those are the plot and characters.


Cast:

John Bartus - John/Jennifer.

Joseph Bartus - Joseph/Ojo.

Cory Hunt - Cory/Rory.

Chucky - (Rumored) Brad Dourif.

Satan - (Rumored) Jeremy Irons or James Woods.


Soundtrack, Although not comfirmed, i'm planning to put these into the film:

Glory of Love - Peter Cetera, the film's signature tune.

In Time - Robbie Robb, the "Three Joe's" theme.

Until U Crashed - Velouria, the "Lost and Damned's" theme.

Be Prepared - Jeremy Irons. Satan's diabolical tune for the preparation of the "Three Joes" death.

Keep it Up - Snap. John vs. Chucky street brawl.

Thinking about finding a composer for the film as well.


I'll keep you posted for more updates regarding the film..

Canyon County: The Movie Upcoming Project

Posted by John Bartus on January 25, 2014 at 12:00 AM Comments comments (0)

I've posted this to tell you, ladies and gentleman, that i'm working on an animated full-length feature film with the movie introducing it's heros as: "The Three Joes", John Joseph and Cory to be precise destined to defeat the one and only prince of darkness himself: Satan. While that's going on, Satan plans on being one-step ahead of the trio by senting out evil twin versions of the guys to make sure they don't find out that they are destined to do so, they are called: "The Lost and Damned" Jennifer, Ojo (Joseph's nickname Jojo spelled backwards) and Rory. Also, Satan has a fourth assistant as well, Chucky. I'll keep you posted with updates and stuff regarding the film :)

Curse of Chucky review

Posted by John Bartus on October 10, 2013 at 9:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Well after a 9 year gap, everyone's favorite killer doll is back in the newest installment entitled "Curse of Chucky'' and he's better than ever. Taking place right after "Child's Play 3'', Chucky is sent to a mansion with the owners being Nica (played by Fiona Dourif) and her mother Sarah (played by Chantal Quesnelle). Later that day, Nica's mother is mysteriously murdered and Nica only assumes she commited suicide. After a series of gruesome and errie deaths that follow, Nica now realizes that it might've been the doll. But Chucky has a personal agenda to deal with, that started 20 years ago, through the bloody and shocking end. We also learn about Charles Lee Ray's history as we enter a black and white flashback sequence. Alex Vincent even returns, but only in the post credits, and gives his best performance as Andy Barclay since the first two entries.

The one and only minor grip i have with this film is one scene with the "CGI Chucky''. My god he looks girly with that CGI effect added to him, but fortunately, the rest of the doll effects are good old fashioned animatronics.

It's really a great comeback for the memorable killer doll again. It's been a 9 year gap since 2004's dismal "Seed of Chucky'', which if you ask me was more of a comedy than this 2013 entry. The series has returned to it's horror roots and Chucky is definitely scary again to audiences around the world. Chucky is one sneaky bastard :)

5 out of 5 stars. Thumbs up, delivers the goods.

 


John's best and worst "South Park'' episodes

Posted by John Bartus on January 24, 2013 at 3:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Best:

Every Episode from Seasons 1 - 5 or Seasons 1 - 12

This was the "Golden Age" of "South Park''. These episodes had a well-written script, great humor and they were original.


Worst:

Seasons 13 - Present

After 12 seasons of the "Golden Age of South Park'', the show started to decline in quality and had nothing original anymore. Examples like the episode "Funnybot'', like what's so funny about one scene where the robot machine guns everybody in a theater?!



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