Happy Howl-oween everybody. We’re actually a day late but it’s Dia De Los Muertos, so it still counts. Okay, maybe not but we still hope you enjoy this episode.
This is the the first minute of a 3-1/2 minute parody music video we’ve been working on at Little Green Dog. It’s going to be the third short film based on our webcomic Brudders. (Fourth if you count ‘Hello Frankenstein’, […]
This is a short film by Sienna Kai Greenlaw (age 8) about overcoming scary things and making new friends. Sienna created the film as Little Green Dog’s submission to the 2015 Gothober festival. She wrote, narrated, and illustrated the story, […]
Behind The Scenes Alisa and I created Hello Frankenstein back in 2005 for Gothtober, a Halloween themed art festival. The festival’s theme that year was ‘Mad Scientist’. I had been wanting to make a movie with our young cats Sergeant […]
This Halloween, Sienna wanted to be a ‘Bat Cat’ and she asked me to help her out with the wings. We looked around the garage and found a black drop cloth and extra wooden slats from an Ikea venetian blind.
Last week we re-rendered ‘Happy Box’ in HD. Have to confess, we were tempted to go ‘George Lucas’ for this version but we resisted. This version is more or less the same movie as before but better looking on big […]
It took a month of sleep deprived nights after a full day of work and family time to get it (almost) completed but the sneak preview of Happy Box is finally live at Gothtober.com! (Note:This is an old post. Today […]
Bring out the candy corn and witches brew because it’s that time of year again. Gothober, the annual Halloween countdown calendar is alive! For 31 days in October, Gothober brings you music, movies, animation, craft projects, recipes and other spooky […]
Today the brudders go back to where they made their Hollywood debut: Gothtober! If you didn’t already know, Hello Frankenstein first appeared at Gothtober, a terrific annual Halloween themed art exhibition. That was four years ago, and now Sergeant and […]
The short film that answers the age old question “What if cats made the classic movie Frankenstein?” Sergeant and Toullie were only four months old when we made this film but acting came naturally to them. Hello Frankenstein was originally […]