Kurt grapples with life under quarantine in the final episode of Multiplex 10: The Web Series.
Thanks to everyone from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Patreon, and beyond for helping fund both Multiplex 10: The Animated Short and Multiplex 10: The Web Series. I hope to return to Kurt and Jason at some point, but at least for the foreseeable future, I will be working on other projects like more D&D 5e books for the DMs Guild or freelance animation and illustration for clients. I’ve even drawn a couple of short comics recently that you’ll get to see sooner or later, so follow me on Twitter to keep up with my latest terrible ideas.
Directed, executive produced, animated, and edited by Gordon McAlpin
Written by Gordon McAlpin, Joe Dunn, and Tom Brazelton
Starring Tom Brazelton and Gordon McAlpin
Music by Tangelene Bolton and Emmett Cooke
Producers: Tom Brazelton, Joe Dunn,
Daniel “Jelly” Farrelly, and Christopher Niessl
Co-Executive Producers: Kirk Damman,
Avrom Honig, and Lawrence McAlpin
Thank you to the following filmmakers for contributing clips to Kurt’s quarantine sequence: clips from BigDumbBabyandTrajectory courtesy of Sean Dove and Dirty Borders / clip from Brains courtesy of Bri Castellini / clip from The Broken Table courtesy of Richard Par/ clip from Cut into Triangles courtesy of David Welsh / clips from Fang, GORE, The Plague 2: Biohazard Blood, Confessions of a Homicidal Prostitute, and Homicidal Vengeance courtesy of 388 Studios Releasing / clip from Flagon courtesy of Jonathan Hardesty / clip from Glenda, the Classiest Galaxy Tourist courtesy of Someone’s Ex / clip from Killer Reunion Bro! courtesy of Matt Burchfield / clip from Kill the Vandals! courtesy of Giantkiller / clip from Now Playing courtesy of Patrick Metcalf / clip from a peculiar case courtesy of Spencer Grant / clip from Run! courtesy of Allan Sconza Jr. / clip from Sublo and Tangy Mustard courtesy of Aaron Long / clip from Vitality courtesy of Samuel A. Morris / clip of Spaceship by Julius H from Pixabay. The clip from George A. Romero’s 1968 Night of the Living Dead courtesy of the public domain (via the Internet Archive).