So a friend of mine, Big Mike, told me about this dubbing contest hosted by Celestial Pictures and I thought that sounded fun. I went to the site and saw that is was for the kung fu film classic “Five Deadly Venoms”! Now, I have a special place in my heart for these old kung fu films as I got my start in voice over dubbing these, so we decided that we should stay true to the original and try and remaster the audio.
I sat down and retimed the dubbing script, while Gary composed new music and Phil thought about the sound. It was a great process, and we all had fun re-dubbing the film, recording foley, making music and sound effects. All in, it took us three days or so and we won third place! Can’t wait to get those posters! So without further ado – Please check out the dub.
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So we at the studio decided to enter this short film competition sponsored by Rode Microphones. The film takes place in our studios, so if you’d like a glimpse of Red Angel Studios and a chance to chuckle then please check out our short film below.
Over the weekend we took a trip down memory lane and revisited a remastered Hong Kong classic Kung Fu film: Righting Wrongs (1986) featuring Yuen Biao, Cynthia Rothrock, Corey Yuen, Karen Shephard, and more.
Here’s a couple pics. Me directing the guys (from left: Henry Coombs, me, dave ross, zach stark, mike pizzuto) dubbing our way through the extras and side characters.