Directed by: Elliott Sellers
AD: Bryan Dos Reis
Produced by: Jack Richardson
Cinematography by: Elliott Sellers
Gaffer: Charlie Balch
Production Design: Tyler Jensen
Edited & Colored by: Elliott Sellers
Visual FX: Sota Productions
3d Artist: Hunter Schmidt
Prod. Company: The Masses
Rep: Danielle Hinde
Starring Wyatt Denny as The Exterminator
Also featuring Marjorie LeWit
What if the smartest, toughest costumed bad ass in the world was totally evil? Meet Nemesis. He's systematically been destroying the lives of every police chief in Asia, and now he's set his sights in Washington, DC. Between you and me, the police don't stand a chance.
What started out as a small video for a friend escalated quickly to a 2 minutes long, 6 month labour of love (and blood).
I bought the Nemesis comics, scanned them in at the highest resolution my scanner could go then set about painstakingly cutting out all the elements that I wanted to animate, then painting in the holes that were left in their places. It would take on average 1 full day to make 1 second of animation. God bless Photoshop’s autofill!
I’m really happy with the end result and it’s played out in festivals worldwide. When it played at Onedotzero festival I was asked on stage to say a few words, and to describe which film was mine. I said ‘Mine’s the one set in a world that asks what if Batman was a cunt’ Luckily it got a laugh, but could have easily gone the other way.
From the gloriously twisted pop culture mind of Jordan Laws: a dubstep remix of Waka Flocka is paired with imagery of Bob Ross, iconic host of the PBS television show 'The Joy Of Painting.' The once-peaceful art instructor goes 'Hard in Da Paint,' over ruffneck beats and high-energy ScreenWerks visuals. Massive bass never felt so... educational. Jordan Laws, "What the f--k you thankin!?' #Werk