Incogntio Cinema Warriors XP has the benefit of already owning a loyal following, chomping at the bit for more episodes and fortunate enough to have the ringing endorsements from former cast members of Mystery Science Theater 3000, the show that ICWXP is a carefully crafted love letter to.
Having released four wildly successful independent, self-produced episodes thus far, we wish to raise funds to produce further episodes of television-quality comedy for the show's second "season". The first two episodes of the show's new season are already well into production, the first of wish is nearly completed.
Episodes for Season 2 will average out to 40-45 minutes and feature 20 minutes of the show's unique brand of sci-fi pop-culture-reference-heavy comedy, and 20 minutes of movie "riffing" (humorously lampooning the films featured).
This is a change from the show's usual formula of "riffing" full length movies, with episodes averaging out to about 2 hours in length (although, the show will return to riffing a full length film for the Season 2 finale).
Episodes release to professionally packaged DVDs sold directly from ICWXP's online store located at www.icwxp.com/merch. We also plan to make episodes available via download, or "VOD" (video on demand) as well.
The money pledged will go to fund all aspects of production, from elbaorate props, special effects, costumes, sets, to product production, packaging and more.
Here is an example of the quality work ICWXP produces for its "story segments":
Here is a clip from ICWXP's most recent release, a good example of the fast paced comedy offered during the show's "movie segments":
Here is an example of the hard work and dedication of the show you're donating to:
ICWXP is already going full steam and in the rhythm of producing a quality comedy sci-fi show. Investing is a sure bet.
Here are links to some reviews of ICWXP's work and interviews:
Moviehole.net interview with Host and Executive Producer, Rikk Wolf.
"Rikk Wolf on how ICWXP makes Terrible Movies Better"
Impaler General's Review of Episode 104
Micro-Shock.com's Review of Episode 101 & 104
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