LET CIRCUS DEVILS take YOU on a strange and unusual magical journey. But BEWARE! There is TERROR and EXHILARATION around every corner!
A film by Circus Devils
LET CIRCUS DEVILS take YOU on a strange and unusual magical journey…but BEWARE!...There is Terror and Exhilaration around every corner…
The I Razor drug has permanently altered a portion of the male population, creating a sub-class of dissociated humans with special powers, but without the desire to use them for good or evil – men who battle their own psyches as well as the outside forces of an unforgiving, strange world…Our World. Sergeant Disco and Professor Salmon battle the forces of Mother Skinny and her homunculus in a terrifying, exhilarating fantasia!
I RAZOR stars Steve Five (The Library is On Fire) as the Sgt. and Cory Race as the Professor. Music and direction by Todd Tobias. Songs by Circus Devils (Robert Pollard (of GUIDED BY VOICES), Todd Tobias and Tim Tobias).
The I RAZOR DVD will be available EXCLUSIVELY to Kickstarter Donors. This exclusive DVD will NOT be commercially available and limited to a quantity of 1500. Donate today to get your copy, be the FIRST and ONLY person on your block to have one!
Kickstarter donations will go directly to fund the I RAZOR project – to buy a camera, lenses, tripods, and other equipment needed in the making of the film. Donors will also get exclusive access to the Kickstarter I Razor blog, where shooting updates, interviews with the filmmakers, and exclusive preview videos will be posted.
Yes! The music video seen here is not an accurate representation of the kind of production values and photography in use on the I Razor project.
I Razor is written as a short feature. However, if the editing process allows for a longer running time, that will be taken into consideration.
It is our aim to enter I Razor in festivals.
Not in the traditional sense. But music will serve as the foundation for much of the visuals. Think Fantasia as opposed to Phantom of the Opera.
If Robert appears in the film, it will be a cameo.
Yes. With the exception of one or two previously released songs, the film soundtrack is all original, unreleased material. The soundtrack may be released officially sometime after the film is released.