Tons of MUCK – Pictures, Posters and the MUCK Red Band Trailer

For anyone who missed the original trailer announcement (find it here), MUCK is an upcoming horror film with an obvious focus on thorough plot development, deeply emotional character creation, unforeseen plot twists, psychological mind games, and thought-provoking socioeconomic analysis. Yes, I’m full of shit. If you actually watched the trailer, you know I’m lying through my teeth. What MUCK does focus on is thrills, chills, and eye candy… and also general muckiness. Since we’ve been a little out of communication here for awhile, we’ve got a load of posters, character cards, and news for you, so just make sure to keep scrolling down the page so you don’t miss any of it. But first we’ve got info on how to watch the MUCK red band trailer.

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MUCK Red Band Trailer

It’s out, but we don’t have it here. Instead, it’s only available for fans of MUCK on Facebook. So head over to the MUCK Facebook fan page, give it a like, and then watch the MUCK red band trailer!

From the press release:

WithAnO Productions has released a new RED BAND clip from Muck, which is a segment of the 12-minute preview that Steve Wolsh surprised fans with at Muck’s exclusive Q&A panel with Muck cast held by Stan Lee’s Comikaze 2013. The new clip is only available for viewing by those who “Like” the Muck Facebook fan page.

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MUCK News

Indie horror hasn’t always been ahead of the curve as far as technology is concerned, and for the most part the fans tend to prefer it that way as far as effects are concerned. However, with consistent developments in HD and now Ultra HD, massive home TV’s, and all that good stuff, it’s nice to have a sharp picture. The makers of MUCK are all over that aspect, and will release one of the first ever films shot in Ultra HD.

From the press release:

The world’s biggest television manufacturers, including Samsung, LG, and Sony, used last week’s CES 2014 as a launching pad to declare that they will lead us into the 4K / Ultra HD revolution in 2014, content or not. Those who attended CES 2014 in Las Vegas were amazed by the visual experience of the latest in HD. The biggest Hollywood studios and TV programmers, Warner Bros., 20th Century Fox, Amazon, Netflix, and others, are already rushing to create content in 2014 for the breathtaking picture of new 4K / Ultra HD TVs. Ahead of the curve, however, is Steve Wolsh’s independent horror film, Muck; out in front, Muck will become one of the first titles anywhere to offer consumers the premium 4K / Ultra HD experience.

Oh, and just so you’re aware, they’ve already begun working on the MUCK prequel, MUCK OFFED. So that’s happening.

Now enjoy all the pictures and posters below, including the poster for Stan Lee’s Comikaze.

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MUCK Character Poster Gallery

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MUCK Comikaze Poster

MUCK Comikaze poster - MUCK red band trailer

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Other MUCK Stuff

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4 thoughts on “Tons of MUCK – Pictures, Posters and the MUCK Red Band Trailer

  1. I’m looking forward to this, but I’ve been confused by the marketing angle. Pretty much all theatrical movies are shot / mastered in 4K, and aside from Sony’s 4K download service, there isn’t currently any outlet for viewing 4K content in the home. Amazon, Netflix, etc. are all testing 4K streaming services (which will probably be a joke due to bandwidth limitations and compression), and the electronics industry conspicuously chose to not announce any kind of unified plans for 4K disc content at CES. Muck looks promising, but I’m just not sure what this press release really means. Have you seen any other press releases that clarify this a little?

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    1. To be honest I’m not too sure about the filming side, and the quote I included here in this article contains the most detail of any press release I received. I think you’re right about 4K streaming. But as for other home viewing outlets, 4K Ultra HD televisions are already available, I’m just not sure about discs. Maybe we’ll return to the days of double VHS tape for a 4 hour movie? As in we’ll have two Blu-ray discs for one movie. That probably won’t be the case, but I’d be fine with it. I’m not much of a techie myself, so frankly I could care less about the whole thing, I’m just looking forward to seeing the film lol.

      Amazon has a good 4K guide though: http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000947061

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      1. The Blu-ray Consortium has already hammered out specs for multi-layered discs that could accomodate 4K content. They just haven’t announced a unified plan of action or timeframe for introducing those discs. Additionally, it strikes me as odd that they didn’t choose to do so at CES. I’m sure it’s probably got something to do with Digital Rights Management issues about which the members can’t agree.

        I sell AV equipment for a living, so this info about Muck caught my attention. I’ll tell you this: at least here in VA, the early adopters that can comfortably afford 4K sets won’t see a horror movie as a must have “Killer App”. It just seemed to me an odd angle to take for the makers of Muck to promote their movie in this fashion. It did catch my attention, though, so I guess it’s an effective angle after all.

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      2. I’ll stick my neck out there and say a majority of the interest is NOT based on the 4K thing…if you catch my drift. Lol.

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