Coming soon to the Multiplex 10 Cinemas


We’ve got a loose roadmap for the final three Kickstarter-funded videos. They will be (assuming everything works out):

  1. An extra-length Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes episode with Kurt and Jason reviewing all three films in the How to Train Your Dragon Trilogy (spoiler-free for the third one, but not the first two), aiming for a March release.
  2. A shorter, timely web series episode similar to our first batch of episodes, with an approximate April release.
  3. One final web series episode along the lines of our biggest and longest episodes “Self-Help,” “More Than Meets the Eye,” etc., aiming for a late April/early May release.

Due to the ambitious nature of the three episodes we’ve produced to date, which run longer than the first SIX web series episodes combined (not counting credits), and we’re running on fumes right now — so if you love Multiplex 10 and want us to keep making them, tell your friends about the series and help push us over the finish line by becoming our Patreon patron today — or making a one-time donation.

Obviously, we hope to produce more Multiplex 10 in some form after these episodes are done! (We’ll be doing some comics on this site, at the very least.) Who knows that the future holds?

Thanks as always for your support! More soon.


Isle of Dogs – Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes Special

Jason review Wes Anderson’s latest stop motion animated feature, Isle of Dogs.

Hot on the heels of our latest Multiplex 10: The Web Series episode, “More Than Meets the Eye,” we’ve cranked out a quick review based on one of our Kickstarter backers’ requests…

Thank you to our Kickstarter and Patreon backers for making this series of Multiplex 10: The Web Series episodes possible! If you’d like to help us continue making Multiplex 10 videos, please support our Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/gmcalpin

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Written, directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Producers: Tom Brazelton and Joe Dunn
Starring:
Gordon McAlpin – Jason
Music by Tangelene Bolton
Associate Producers: Kirk Damman, Amy Guth, Robert Hornak
Producers: Tom Brazelton, Joe Dunn, and Christopher Niessl
Co-Executive Producers: Avrom Honig and Lawrence McAlpin


More Than Meets the Eye – Multiplex 10

Kurt, Franklin, and Becky have technical difficulties before a screening of “Bumblebee.”

Thank you to our Kickstarter and Patreon backers for making this series of Multiplex 10: The Web Series episodes possible! If you’d like to help us continue making Multiplex 10 videos, please support our Patreon ▶ https://www.patreon.com/gmcalpin

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Directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Written by Joe Dunn and Gordon McAlpin
Starring:
Kurt – Tom Brazelton
Franklin – Malcolm Ray
Becky – Aiyanna Wade
Melissa – Dana Luery Shaw
Additional Voices: Bri Castellini, Joe Dunn, Daniel Farrelly,
Matt Matonich, Gordon McAlpin, and Chris T. Projector
Music by Emmett Cooke and High Street Music
Associate Producers: Kirk Damman, Amy Guth, Robert Hornak
Producers: Tom Brazelton, Joe Dunn, and Christopher Niessl
Co-Executive Producers: Avrom Honig and Lawrence McAlpin

“Multiplex 10: More Than Meets the Eye” is coming soon!

Our longest web series episode to date, “More Than Meets the Eye,” is on track to be completed later this week. We’re aiming to release it to the public on Monday, February 18th.

After this episode is completed, we’ll have produced over 50 minutes of animation in roughly a year and a half — for less than $1000 per minute.  (That’s not counting a few promotional clips here and there for Indiegogo, Patreon, etc.)

Please consider helping us keep Multiplex 10: The Web Series going by becoming our Patreon patron OR making a one-time donation at Stareable, PayPal, or Venmo.

Multiplex 10 Review Comic: Menashe (2017)

Apparently I had forgotten to upload this review comic, which was requested by our co-executive producer Avrom Honig. Menashe was a lovely character study, and you lament how much even “independent” films have started to shoehorn itself into Hollywood tropes in order to make a profit, you would do well to seek it out.

Just so you know, the next Multiplex 10 web series episode is coming… in a few weeks! It is by far the most complex one we’ve done to date, clocking in at over four minutes and featuring the largest cast of any of them. Notably, we’ll see the return of Becky (again played by Aiyanna Wade) and Franklin (played by Malcolm Ray from Channel Awesome).

Bear with us! It’s a hard one, but it’ll be worth it.


I’ll Be Next Door for Christmas – Multiplex 10 Movie Minutes Christmas Special

Our crowdfunded movie review series looks at the crowdfunded Christmas feature, I’ll Be Next Door for Christmas.

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Written, directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Producers: Tom Brazelton and Joe Dunn
Starring:
Gordon McAlpin – Jason
Music by Tangelene Bolton
Associate Producers: Kirk Damman, Amy Guth, Robert Hornak
Producers: Tom Brazelton, Joe Dunn, and Christopher Niessl
Co-Executive Producers: Avrom Honig and Lawrence McAlpin