Terra Fossil TV invades Manhattan to let you decide! Fossil Up!
Who will come in first? Produced by Andy Kumpon and Gary Malick Malbec Gold Productions
Terra Fossil Dinosaur encounters these two suspicious Elmos somewhere in NYC. Are these Elmo's American citizens? Are they taking jobs from Elmo's born and raised in the good old U.S. of .A? You decide...
Early Show Harry Smith confronts a nice man in a Dinosaur costume.
A clever roofing ad that never aired. Enjoy!
A real baby dinosaur runs rampant in a supermarket! Starring Wayne Spitzer as Status and Andy Kumpon as AK Fleet. Two security officers employed by the mysterious Viktor Corporation encounter strange phenomena and dimensional portholes while keeping the general population in the dark. Of course, they fail miserably. Note: No baby dinosaurs were harmed in the making of this film. Ultra-low-budget trivia: was shot in one night in a grocery store, without permission. Song playing was overhead music playing at the actual time of shooting. Various shots of people's reactions were taken from vacation footage, screams were dubbed over people yawning, military footage was shot at air shows and parades, other dinosaurs were shot at Seattle Science Center. Like all Dead of Night material, Fresh Meat was made before digital equipment was available, and was edited on 3/4" analog decks. One deck had to have debris blown out by a gas station compressor. THAT'S low budget!