VGHS Episode 4 commentary with Supervising Sound Editor Paul Fonarev, Sound Effects Editor Kevin Senzaki, and Dialogue Editor David Lankton.
Escape From Tomorrow is hitting theaters and VOD on October 11, 2013.
Los Angeles Times Guerrilla Disney film ‘Escape From Tomorrow’ Headed to Theaters
Variety Secretly Shot Disney-Set Horror Film ‘Escape From Tomorrow’ Gets Release
HitFix The Shot-at-Disney Sundance Sensation ‘Escape From Tomorrow’ Will be Released Theatrically
The second season of Video Game High School begins now!
Head on over to Rocket Jump for the HFR (48 FPS) version of the trailer.
VGHS Season 2:
Six Full-Length Episodes (30-40 minutes)
Production Sound, Post-Production Sound Editing, and Mix by MISOSound.
Trailer Edited and Mixed by the fine folks at Rocket Jump.
MISOSound is on set recording production sound for the upcoming second season of Video Game High School.
“Moore has made something singular, a completely original film, and he’s done it in a way that feels like a magic trick.” – Drew McWeeny, HitFix.com
Escape from Tomorrow is the talk of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Here’s a selection of the overwhelmingly positive coverage of this controversial film:
Reviews and Articles:
Escape from Tomorrow is a postmodern, surreal voyage into the bowels of “family” entertainment; an epic battle begins when an unemployed, middle-aged father loses his sanity during a close encounter with two teenage girls on holiday.
Directed by Randall Moore
Sound Design by MISOSound
In A Million Minions, players use their fists to defend themselves from an onslaught of adorably nefarious minions using touch-free motion controls for PC.
Minion voices, sound design, and implementation by MISOSound.
Developed by Naked Sky Entertainment.