13 February, 2008


New Website

The One Day Removals website is now up and ready to view. There are still a few pages to go live, but you can click on things and see stuff (you can tell I'm technical). Already got our first review on and the film's not finished yet, how fun is that!

As advertised on the entry page there will be graphic content and swearing, very soon.

15 comments:

allen said...

Looks great! Clean, yet bloody.

Story Quine said...

Canna wait - and that was a great review! And, yes, I can vouch for the gritty streets of Aberdeen or the Grey Toun as one blogger calls it - from new job in polis archives - bleugh. So I'll have no trouble with fake blood at all! Well done on the website - very very clever. Like the wee gif of the trundling van.

AktoMan said...

Trailer, trailer, trailer.
When? When? When?

allen said...

And by clean, I meant that it's crisp, sharp, easy to read and ready for all sorts of naughty stuff to be splashed on it. And to further aktoman's request...when do we see a trailer?

Michael G Clark said...

Hi, Mark has lots of ideas for the trailer so is should be out very soon. Still got final sound mix and grading to do on movie so he's pretty busy just now.

I'll be adding to the website regularly so kep an eye out for stuff. Another review should be in the Daily Record (Scottish national newspaper) on Monday so I'll get that on the site too.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

A very nice website, easy to navigate for one thing !!

Michael G Clark said...

Thanks, I'm sure it will get more difficult to navigate in time when more stuff goes in. The wee van on the preloader is my fave.

Lauren Reeser said...

Heya! Thanks for the comment about the lion--critiques are always welcome!!!--you're not the first one to say there was something weird about the face.

The poster looks really cool! The actor on the right has kindof a demonic Paul Giamanti look to him :-)

allen said...

Great review! Congrats. When you move out to hollywood, swing on over to Indiana on your private jet.

Michael G Clark said...

When we're in LA next I'll I'll send you a post card :)

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Allen do you know the Indiana Jones's ? :)

allen said...

Sadly no...I do know a Jerry and Becky Jones...they live in Indiana with me, but that's as close as it comes...

On an Indy related note, my nine year old son does a killer impersonation of Sean Connery as Indy's dad.

Lauren Reeser said...

Thanks for the very flattering comments, and for forwarding the site to your pals :-). That's is MUCH appreciated.

Michael G Clark said...

No problem, Lauren. Your work is great, the more people see it (and buy it) the better.

allen said...

Michael, when you get a chance, check out Sally's stuff at Lazy doodle...she's been doing some nice work on the D.A. graphic novel.