KILLER WEEKEND is Horror Comedy Film directed by Ben Kent. Produced by W4 films.
The film takes place in a Paintball camp.
Ink flying and splashing
At first, the film was called FUBAR, and then they changed the title to Killer weekend.
This title sequence is focused on the Paint ball idea and war battle between the character.
The movie takes places on a Paintball camp. The Director wanted a sequence that reflects the comedy side rather than the horror one.
The solution was to work with ink and cell animation combining some war elements to enhance the battle idea.
The "kind of Cell animation" leads the sequence, creating spots and paths for the ink to flies or splashes. The war elements resolve each board giving a character / meaning to the name displayed and enhancing the battle scenery that's settle the action for the film.
When a hopeless stag party goes on a mock zombie survival weekend, an unfortunate turn of events leave them fighting for their lives.
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