Check Brights takes a late night neo noir drive through the dark, smokey mind of 'The Driver' - a highly irritable man who doesn't take kindly to rude motorists who don't respect the rules of the road. Written by
A lot of the technique for shooting Check Brights was gleaned by Barry W. Levy while watching acclaimed horror master Mick Garris. Levy was cast as Barbara Hershey's dead, (or undead) husband in the Stephen King movie, Riding the Bullet (2004). There were a lot of scenes shot in an old Christine-like car, and to better control things like lighting and sound, a lot of those scenes were actually shot in a studio. The car motion, moving lights, even headlights were all skillfully orchestrated inside a sound stage. During the shoot days, Levy bugged everyone about how to master the technique, and then took a lot of notes. See more »
As sure as night is night, there are angels in the dark. As sure as night is night it's come to this.
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I saw this movie at a festival in Berkeley, California and it was amazing! It really made me think about how much we take our manners for granted on the road.
Dark, moody, and super cool music from Crystal Method. The editing was very effective and the actor playing the driver had the right mix of evil, good looks, and threat. Does anyone know what kind of car he was driving? It was pretty rad. I would like to see this as full movie.
Great idea to have some bad ass driving around knocking off all the people driving around like butt heads.
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