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Chris Miller has become the Spielberg of evil clown movies. Nightmare, one of his earliest, is also one of the best. With a haunting musical score and dynamic camerawork (by Matthew Goltz, pre-Rage Warehouse), Nightmare tells the story of a young man obsessed by clowns, and the girlfriend who demands he lose them. When she forces him to destroy his favorite clown, he is unable to supress the rage within...
Starring: Chris Miller, Anna Barber
Videographer: Matthew Goltz
Running Time: 4:27
Format: 8mm Color Video
Director: Chris Miller
Chris the footage was shot in 1997 around the oak grove area and at the time i thought it was a completley wasted shoot. there are several scenes which i forgot to shoot, most noticibaly the transition between them going up the hill and them stopping to talk. the whole thing is based on a dream i had and was only roughly outlined on a peice of paper. the weird thing about that dream was that after i started to write the idea down a friend called and she had had the same dream about me on the same night.
all the dialogue was improved and so most of it was unusable because i kept breaking character and making everyone laugh. then there was this awkward hugging makeup scene before the clown pushed anna off the cliff that i screwed up royally. its a shame too because anna barber was a great actress and helped keep me on track.
i decided to make it basically a music video to cover up some of the
bad audio and dialogue. while editing it became readily apparent to me
the differences between matt and mine shooting styles. everytime i thought
he had a shot i liked the camera would shake or change scene. also matt
is used to being the director and kept prompting me to do things that
i didn't want the main character to do. still he came out with some good
shots and i couldnt have done it without him. for a short this one more
than some of the others to date taught me the most about directing and