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Anyone else here digging this character? The reason I post it here is because his suit in the movie was done by the same folks who do your guys' suit.

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Thought it was cool. There's comics, books, movie...
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yeah, thats XDFX's work... good find bro! I knew the Wraith sounded familiar.

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I'm really digging this character. Though Batman-esque, you gotta hand it to Frank Dirscherl, the creator, for pulling a McFarlane and really going for it with his own creation. I find it inspiring.

I got the comic and enjoyed it. I'm gonna order up the book that came out. I also loved the movie trailer.
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when is the film coming out?

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August 19, 2005, premriering at the George Lucas endorsed Cinemall somewhere down south. According to the website. Apparent the Dvd will be released Sept. They've really gone all out with this. According to the forum there's tons of Dvd extras and there's also an official movie companion being published plus a new issue of the comic, all to come out same time as the movie.
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I saw the trailer last [sign in to see URL]'t do much for me.

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Cool concept. I like how the chest lights up and looks like eyes at night. It's sort of like Batman meets Nightman

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I think DavidYear1 did the mask and xtreme did the rest

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It looks like David WAS going to do the mask but they went with Xtreme's mask instead.

I like that leather one that David made better.
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Though it is a lower budget film (it is indi, after all), I gotta hand it to them to creating something to go up against Spider-man, Batman, etc. Besides, it got chosen for a New York prestigious festival. That says something, I think.

I'm gonna buy it. Can't wait for the book I ordered the other day.
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Quote:

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It looks like David WAS going to do the mask but they went with Xtreme's mask instead.

I like that leather one that David made better.



Actually I did make a leather cowl for them. Both XDFX's and mine will be used in the film. I believe there are specific scenes and reasons for having 2 different ones but both of these are current in this project.
My involvement was only the leather cowl. The full suit and rubber cowl is XDFX's work and it's pretty cool.:up

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looks like a hugh mistake not painting up the bodysuit to make the armor



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Hi there, my name's Frank Dirscherl, I'm the publisher of Trinity Comics, the writer/creator of The Wraith and the co-writer/executive producer of the short film The Wraith: Eyes of Judgment. A friend alerted me to this thread on this board, so I thought I'd join up and share a few things with you all emoticon Some of this may have already been covered in this thread, but bear with me...

First off, thanks so much for he kind words directed at the character and the film, that's very nice of you all and very much appreciated emoticon

With the comics, The Wraith #0 was released last year, and The Wraith #1 will be out in a few weeks. Both can be ordered from my website The Wraith Online - [sign in to see URL]. The Wraith hardcover novel was released on August 2 (published by Coscom Entertainment) and can also be ordered via my website (or your local bookstore).

The film's budget was $15,000, and will be about 45 minutes long. It will premiere at the Cinemall in Abingdon, Virginia on August 19 and have a short season there, before coming out on DVD sometime in September. See the Cinemall website for details on times to see the film on the big screen - [sign in to see URL] (scroll down to the bottom). [sign in to see URL] has info on the film, including stills, a teaser (better than the bad one we posted last year, so check that out if you haven't already, Magic Man), DVD specs and more. The film was also accepted into the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival, and will screen there November 10-17.

Xtreme Design FX (Jeremy Colyer & Lance Coulter) did the complete costume for the film, as I've known Lance for years and they were the first people I turned to once the film became a reality. The suit is almost 100% perfect/accurate to the comics, as you can see by this image, the cover to The Wraith #1... I think you'll agree, Xtreme nailed the look (design and colour wise) to perfection from comic to screen.

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Once we were in production, I learned of David Pea's Universal Designs, and I then commissioned him to create a leather cowl for the film. Both David and Xtreme's cowls are used in the film, though the Xtreme cowl/suit is worn for the most part, the Universal cowl does have a specific role to play in the film. I expect to work with David more in the future ;) The DVD will feature a documentary by the Xtreme Design FX team on the creation of the costume, and a text interview with David Pea from Universal Designs on how he created his leather cowl. Here's a pic of it btw...

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Emmy award winning composer Larry Groupe (The Contender, TVs Line of Fire) composed the film's opening theme music, while Scott Leva (X-Men, Red Eye, Star Trek, Batman: Dead End) served as the fight choreographer/stunt co-ordinator.

The Troupe (supervisor Marc Kimball) created the film's visual effects, including extensive cgi cityscapes and sets, among other things. The fx are quite superb for a film of this low budget. The movie site has some video footage (including the teaser) for you to catch a sneak peek at these. There will be a visual fx documentary on the DVD where Kimball will go through how he created his fx magic for the film.

To accompany the film's release in Abingdon on August 19 ( [sign in to see URL] for anyone wishing to receive an invitation to attend the premiere), The Wraith: Eyes of Judgment - The Official Script Book & Movie Guide will be released by Coscom Entertainment. This book will feature the film script, interviews with the director and myself, the online blog updating the filming schedule as it happened, and never-before-seen behind the scenes photos from the making of the film.

Anyway, that's just a taste of The Wraith. I'll be very glad to answer anyone's questions re: the character, comics, novels, film etc. or to reveal more information. Just let me know emoticon

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Welcome to the board Paul! I'm about 1 1/2 hrs from Abingdon, and travel into that area quite often. I'm looking forward to seeing what you guys have cooked up! :up

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Hi Black Bat, thanks for the welcome. This is an awesome message forum, I'm really glad to be here. I personally have no talent whatsoever for costuming, but I love watching the incredible talents of others in this field, Inspiring really emoticon

That's great. I hope you'll be able to make either the official premiere or one of the screenings at the Cinemall. Wish I could be there myself but it's not to be.
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We'll be there! I can hit the Bristol, VA comic store, grab a bite at one of the nice places in Abingdon, and swing over to catch the film. Sounds like a eventful day. emoticon

Too bad you can't make it for the show yourself, the Cinemall rocks! I'll pass the word around the semi-local comic stores and try to stir interest up.

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You should think about going to DC in Sept and bringing along the actor (if you can) and try to promote your movie.

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Welcome!
I've been watching this with interest ever since L and J showed me some prelim pics of the Wraith suit.:wink
Great stuff, and I can't wait to see the movie in it's entirety.
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This is going to rock!
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Thanks again guys. You'll be most welcome at the premiere, Tim. The director will be in touch soon with info and an official invitation. Thanks Brin/reddnott.

The filmmakers are promoting the film as much as they can within their limited means, so they (and I) will do as much as we can with what we have to get the word out there about the film. Not sure about DC in September, but I'll certainly bring it up with the director and see what he says. Thanks for the suggestion, stampedemag.

A bit more film info - the film was shot entirely in Bristol, Tennessee; on various city locations and in a burger warehouse which doubled as our sound stage. All the greenscreen work was shot in the warehouse.

Most of the cast aren't true actors but friends of the director. However, to compensate, we were lucky in that those chosen to play The Wraith and Leena Patterson (husband & wife David & Stacie Cooper) actually look like the characters in the comics. Three of the cast are actual stage actors, one (Rick McVey, who plays crime lord Robert Latham) very well credentialled in regional theatre, and also looks very much like the character in the comics.

We're hoping this short film will entice interest in the character to enable a properly budgeted feature film. If that happens, expect much of this film's crew to be back onboard.

The film was shot on MiniDV and will feature cinema quality sound (courtesy Voodoo Studios in Florida) and Dolby Stereo.

I wish I'd known about this super fine board beforehand. I could have possibly found some extra help (miniatures for the film would have been super). Ah well, not to worry emoticon

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Another piece of info - emerging Californian pop star Mandi Leigh ( [sign in to see URL] ) has a cameo role in the film as an almost-rape victim (rescued by The Wraith), and sings the film's beautiful love song, Home of Darkness, which will play over the end credits. Stephen Semones, the film's director, also directed the music video for the song, which will appear on the DVD.
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Details have been on the movie site for awhile now, but I thought I'd also post them here and get some discussions going on them. So, here are the DVD specs:

* The full 45-minute (approx.) film
* Three trailers
* Outtakes
* Deleted scenes
* Interviews with cast/crew (video & text)
* The Wraith press functions (eg. Cinemall release... etc.)
* 'The Making of The Wraith' documentary
* 'The Wraith Visual Effects' documentary with visual effects supervisor Marc Kimball from The Troupe
* 'The Clothes Maketh the Man' documentary with Wraith costume effects personnel Lance Coulter & Jeremy Colyer from Xtreme Design FX
* 'Home of Darkness' music video with Mandi Leigh
* Audio commentary from director Stephen J. Semones
* Audio commentary with various cast/crew members
* Audio commentary from executive producer, Trinity Comics publisher & The Wraith writer/creator Frank Dirscherl
* Stills gallery


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Thought I might add some pics to show just a small sample of the visual fx appearing in the film, all courtesy our visual effects supervisor Marc Kimball from The Troupe.

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Just a few more days until the bigscreen premiere. Check out the Cinemall website for screening information emoticon - [sign in to see URL]
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Looking forward to seeing it Frank, but haven't heard back from your director yet.

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My apologies, he should have. The only thing I can think of is time got away from him. The actual 7pm August 19 premiere is now sold out, but the rest of the screenings later that night and over the weekend are all open and available emoticon
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Well, The Wraith: Eyes of Judgment - The Official Script Book and Movie Guide is now available to buy by going to the below link:

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Read the film screenplay in its entirety, read interviews with myself and the film's director, read the director's regular blogs from the nearly two year period of principal photography, view behind the scenes photos never before seen and, as an extra bonus, a small Wraith comic story detailing the origin of the character.

All available now via the above link, or from your local bookstore (just give them the book's title, the author's names and the ISB number, and they can order it in for you).
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Well, the official big screen premiere was last night, and here's a report from the film's director, Stephen J. Semones on how the event went... suffice to say, it was an outrageous success!! emoticon emoticon

I woke up after about five hours sleep to my wife getting my son off to school. I was expecting Jonathan Wall and his wife Carmen at any time, so I figured it was time to get on with my (Birth)day. I had to be at the television station at 11:45 with Ryan Basham to do a spot on the noon news, so I just had a couple hours to get ready. Jonathan called and said he'd be in after lunch. He and his wife drove up 10-12 hours from Orlando just to come and be a part of the premiere. He was driving over-night but got really tired and had to stop to rest, so that eased me up for the TV station.

Ryan and I went to the local station and were immediately greeted by a reporter and her cameraman. They took us around so we could do some interviews where we shot some of the film. Then we headed back to the station for an on-set interview. We were interviewed for about five minutes and then left. (NOTE- I'll be sending Frank all three news spots they ran on us from Friday soon!!)

When I got back home, the phone started ringing off the hook. Apparently, everyone had nothing to do but watch us on TV. Rolling Eyes J/K After about an hour and a half of talking on the phone, Jonathan called from across town, so my wife and I bolted to go have lunch with him.

After a late lunch, we came back to get ready for the premiere. At 5pm, David and Stacie Cooper arrived at my house so we could all meet and leave together. After 30 minutes, we arrived at the Cinemall.

Upon pulling up, I noticed that they had "THE WRAITH" on their marquee out by the road with the other films. Basically when we arrived, most of the cast and crew were shortly behind us, so we were off to set up for the reception and get the film ready.

Ryan Basham set everything up for the reception as David Cooper and I went to the HUGE projector hall up in the attic and got the projector ready. From up high in the projector room, we saw for the first time our film on the BIG SCREEN. After that, it was on to getting Jonathan Wall into the theater with a walkie-talkie for him to relay sound levels back to us upstairs. Once we had everything ready to roll, Coop and I went back downstairs. This was also about two minutes before seating, so when we went out to find everyone, the lobby was PACKED FULL OF PEOPLE. I asked Coop if these people were here for our movie and he thought so. When we got closer to the crowd, we noticed they were ALL in line for our film. Friends, family, and people we didn't even know were filling the lobby for our little film.

Everyone but the cast\crew was let in shortly after Coop and I made it back to everyone else. As the people walked that long hall, then onto the red carpet, and into the theater... I felt my stomach start to drop. I could feel pressure like someone sitting on my chest. Panic was starting to set in. I paced around the cast and crew in the reception area. An hour later, I thought, and all those people who just went into the theater would be standing where I'm at now telling me what they thought. A nervous flutter of energy swept over everyone. Then it was time.

Ryan led the cast down into the theater with me bringing up the end of the line. He walked in and greeted everyone in attendance. Then, he introduced the cast and they all came out together to a roar of applause. They took their reserved seats while I waited in the hall leaving the theater. It took forever before Ryan introduced me and then he said it... "Ladies and gentlemen... The Director of The Wraith, Stephen J. Semones". I waited about two seconds because I was shocked when he said my name. As soon as he said my last name, the theater absolutely roared with applause and cheers. It was deafening.

I walked out waving to the crowd and introduced myself. I'll save what I said for the DVD, but I briefly introduced the film and thanked everyone including the cast and crew. Then as I was going to sit down, David Cooper stood up, announced it was my birthday, and caused me to be taken back by another wave of deafening applause. I took my seat and sat nervously as the lights dimmed... then POW! It came on.

I was in complete awe and filled with shock at seeing The Wraith on the screen. As the opening to the film went into the main credits, applause rang out again. People cheered throughout the opening credits and then got quiet as the film began. They laughed at all the humorous bits, jumped in fear (Cobra scene), ooohhed and ahhhed at the CGI and sound fx, and cheered like mad when it was over. It was such a rush and a high sitting there taking it all in.

After the film, I hung around and talked to people as they were headed to the reception. I didn't want to leave the theater until I saw everyone else leave. As I talked to people on their way out, the response was all the same... "Awesome." "Great!" "Wonderful" Impressive". I made my way to the reception with a great feeling of relief. Success had just been achieved.

At the reception, everyone was taking pictures with the cast and crew and getting them to sign newspaper articles of us, the scriptbook, comics, etc. Everyone wanted their picture taken and camera flashes were abound. People were also interviewed for the DVD after the film, so there are some great comments about us and the movie. Everyone was absolutely in love with the film. William Wright, my buddy for over 9 years and journalist for Film Threat and Penny Blood magazines, came up to me shaking his head and my head at the same time.

William made my night. As he shook my hand, he looked me dead in the eye and said: "Thank You. Thank you for making a comic book film that was smart and visually pleasing. " He also told me that the camera work was nothing short of genious and amazing and what I did shooting on video, pros in Hollywood can't do on film. That was a cool thing to say and it made me feel good about my overall style. He told me that I was now one of his favorite filmmakers and that Film Threat is going to totally eat us up with coverage. Good to hear. Very Happy William is a great guy, but most of all... he's a critical bastard when it comes to movies, so his approval HAS TO mean something. I mean, he's a film journalist.

Anyway, after the reception, we were greeted outside by a small crowd of kids\teenagers just hanging out. When they found out that WE were the ONES responsible for The Wraith.... well... we had to all break out the sharpie's and start signing more stuff. Really weird kids... had us signing skateboards, body parts (don't ask.. ok?), shirts, foreheads, and anything else they could find. I think I even signed a napkin at one point.

We all left and went out for dinner and drinks. A great time was had by all. William finished his interview for Film Threat by talking to me, David Cooper, Rick McVey, Trevor Carter, and more.... After dinner, we all said our goodbyes and thank you's. It was bittersweet and something I'll never forget.

The premiere was PACKED full of people. Very few empty seats were seen. However, as we came out of our show, there were already about fifty people in line for the second showing. It was amazing... simply amazing.

I DID however walk into the second show to see how the crowd was taking it. Cooper and Randy (Eight Ball) went with me. As I peeked around the corner during a Latham\Grieco scene I noticed something... there wasn't an empty seat in the whole place. Coop and I started jumping up and down in the little hallway like little kids. The crowd was really into the film and were laughing at a classic Grieco moment. Wink

All in all, it was a bittersweet experience. Ryan said he went to see the second show crowd, but was late getting there and caught them all leaving. Funny thing is, for both shows... everyone stayed until the end of the credits. That was supercool!!!!!! Anyway, Ryan said he heard two guys talking as they came out of the theater. He said one of them mentioned that he heard there is a sequel in the works. Ok, at this, I laughed my ass off.

Let me go on record as saying this: The Wraith: Eyes of Judgment, as of right now, is the ONLY Wraith film in or out of production. Will there be a sequel? Not sure. I have a script I've been toying with, but nothing solid. Especially as far as Frank is concerned. Not even sure if he's read the few pages I DO have for the sequel. Anyway, if we do a sequel, it won't be until at least 2007 when we start. WE DO WANT TO DO ANOTHER ONE, and probably will, but not for a few years. Will it be a sequel or feature? Not sure. Only time will tell.


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Yep, the entire weekend was a great success. Seems we have a winner with this film emoticon
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