Saturday, June 6, 2009

New movie trailer for The Surest Poison

I finally got it finished. I'm reasonably happy with it, although it could probably use a bit of tweaking. Take a look at the video, which is now located on You Tube, and see what you think. It doesn't give a great deal of information on the story line, but I wanted to keep it short

I listened to 20 or so pieces of music before deciding on one titled "Tectonic." It's from Kevin MacLeod's royalty-free music site called Incompetech.

Let me know what you think of the video. It ain't Hollywood, but I think it's pretty nifty.

Okay, bring the house lights down and cue the music.

10 comments:

P.A.Brown said...

More interesting than most trailers I've seen. Good pace and not too long. Intriguing tease of what the book is about.

jrlindermuth said...

Enough to peak my interest in the book. Good job, Chester.

Chester Campbell said...

Thanks, Pat and J.R. If it's enough to pique your interest, that's good. I was concerned it might not say enough, but I wanted to keep it short.

Jane Kennedy Sutton said...

Sounds like this book has a lot going on! I enjoyed the trailer and thought the music added to the intensity. Good job.

Jane Kennedy Sutton
http://janekennedysutton.blogspot.com/

Jean Henry Mead said...

Great video, Chester. Now I know what Sid and Jaz look like. :) I really enjoyed the book!

©DGreer said...

That's pretty cool, Chester! Good and snappy and the music was perfect for the text. Hee.

Dani
http://bloodredpencil.blogspot.com

Chester Campbell said...

My first attempt wasn't snappy enough, so I shortened the scenes and it turned out pretty good.

Stephen Tremp said...

Good stuff all around Chester. I'm impressed. I'm going to ask my nephew, who designed the dust cover for my book and my Web site, to put something together to help promote my book Breakthrough. Thanks for the insporation.

I hope you sell a lot of books. Best of luck to you.

Stephen Tremp
http://www.stephentremp.blogspot.com/

Marvin D. Wilson said...

Sweet. Not too long and holds your interest with the plot elements. I like. :)

The Old Silly From Free Spirit Blog

joandelahaye said...

Well done Chester! That's really impressive.

Joan De La Haye
http://joandelahaye.wordpress.com/