Coffin Born – Dead at Gettysburg (2002)

Hard to believe 17 years ago today, my friend Zach (Necroblaster) and Jeff came over to my house and we recorded the fake live album. Classic times. I’ll never forget that day.

2002-2

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Revenge

19 years ago today I released this piece of garbage, B-Horror Gore movie, that is just plain terrible. I was still learning back then. I can barely watch beyond the first few minutes.

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Revenge
Directed by Dave Smith
Released: February 19, 2000
Voice Cast: Dave Smith

Much like The Machine, Hell, and eventually City Violence, I don’t know what the hell I was thinking with this one. This isn’t as bad as the others I listed there. It all started on a separate 3DMM file. I worked on some super gory scenery that I wanted to put in a movie. I wanted to make the goriest movie I possibly could do. I was very influenced by other 3dmm movies I watched that had the extreme gore going on. That was my goal for this movie – to be the goriest. The final result – not the goriest, but it definitely has some gnarly-ness. Mostly the violence in this movie was aftermath brutality, so it works on some levels.
Because I was very focused on the shock of the gory deaths, I didn’t pay…

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Simulated Evil

16 years ago?? You gotta be shitting me. I remember when Andrew and I released this now classic 3DMM movie of ours that was supposed to be our big comeback in the 3DMM community. People still hated us anyway, but it didn’t matter. I think movies about clones were a popular subject back then, so it worked for us as a sci-fi/horror mixed with our dark comedy style. Enjoy!

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Simulated Evil
Directed by Dave Smith & Andrew Murphy
Released: February 16, 2003
Voice Cast: Andrew Murphy, Dave Smith, Rachel Hewlett, Jeremy Dick, Ben Fortier, Jon Sapone, Bruce Smith, Barb Smith, Chelsea Smith & Zach Smith

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Andrew and I really needed a comeback. It was a new year and we hadn’t done anything in awhile. I think after watching some movies such as Multiplicity and The Sixth Day, we thought it’d be cool to make a movie about an evil clone.
The plot is about a kid named Andrew (of course) who gets suspended from school, goes to therapy, and returns to school. Upon his return to school, things aren’t much different in the way he is treated by other students. Suddenly he is approached by a group of strange men that ask him to be a part of a secret cloning program. Andrew agrees, goes to a special hospital…

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Gargle Man

19 years ago today, with the excellent voice work of Andrew Murphy and darkness in direction, we both put out Gargle Man. I still get a kick out of it with the gargling voice. Hard to believe it’s been almost 20 years. Enjoy.

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Gargle Man
Directed by Dave Smith & Andrew Murphy
Released: January 23, 2000
Voice Cast: Andrew Murphy, Dave Smith, Sam Smith, Robert Domke

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Andrew and I decided to take a small break from our main solo films, and decided to make the Gargle Man movie. Besides Chris Gleason, he was a definite trademark character of our movies. So it had to be done. This had previously been made before the computer crash of ’99. This is simply a remake of that same film, sadly with very little use of handmade scenes. It was definitely made really fast and you can tell.
The story is about John Smith, one of the popular kids at school that doesn’t make the football team. He ignores his girlfriend who later cheats on him. He gets kicked out of the house, and then a bunch of thugs he owes money to slash his throat open…

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Genuardi’s Massacre

13 years ago marks the release of one of my last 3DMM movies, a horror slasher in a grocery store written by Andrew Murphy. I had a fun time making this. I was at my 3dmm best, and it is a sure classic. Enjoy.

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Genuardi’s Massacre
Directed by Dave Smith
Released: January 17, 2006
Voice Cast: Andrew Murphy, Ryan Beagle, Jeremy Dick, Dave Smith, Madeline Richardson, Bill Leon

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Andrew and I had been talking about this movie for a while, as a joke at first. Andrew was working at a grocery store, and thought it’d be hilarious to have a slasher movie at a grocery store. I haven’t made a slasher in awhile, so I felt the need to go back to my bread and butter. Andrew and I wrote the script together, but he would have no part in directing this. I was in the middle of my 2nd year at college and was still making 3DMM movies. I was 20 years old and did not care. I was still having fun, while everyone else seemed to be fading away from it.
The plot was simple. A psycho killer named Eddie “Machete” Jones…

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