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On The Lot Results – Marty Martin Eliminated

June 19, 2007 08:07 PM by Joe Blackmon

Marty_martinOn the sixth episode of On The Lot, guest judge Wes Craven of
“Nightmare on Elm Street” fame joined regular judges Carrie Fisher and
Garry Marshall.  Instead of waiting until the end of the show to
announce the elimination, host Adrianna Costa wasted no time in telling
Marty Martin that he had been eliminated in the viewer vote.

The judges watched short movies made by five more of the aspiring filmmakers.  Will Bigham made the movie “Glass Eye,” which was about a guy whose glass eye gets eaten by his dog.  Jason Epperson made the movie “Blood Born,” which told the story of a guy whose blood could heal people.  Zach Lipovsky made the movie “Sunshine Girl,” which was about a little girl who grabbed the sun out of the sky.  Mateen Kemet made the movie “Lost,” which told the story of lost love.  Jessica Brillhart made the movie “The Orchard,” which was a horror film from a tree’s perspective.

When Adrianna Costa asked the judges to pick their favorite movie from this week, Carrie Fisher, Wes Craven, and Garry Marshall were all unanimous in selecting Zach Lipovsky’s “Sunshine Girl.”  Next week, On The Lot will feature six brand new comedies from six of the aspiring directors.

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6 Responses to “On The Lot Results – Marty Martin Eliminated”

  1. Chuck Warren Says:
    June 19th, 2007 at 9:07 pm

    “Blood Born” could be made into a Hollywood film TOMORROW. What were the judges thinking? Dummies.

  2. Anonymous Says:
    June 20th, 2007 at 12:03 am

    Zach Lipovsky > The Other Contestants

  3. James Says:
    June 20th, 2007 at 6:30 am

    I agree that “Blood Born” had all the makings of a great TV episode or a full-length feature film. It was unique, compelling and the only submission that could survive outside the category of an interesting short.

  4. Soultrance Says:
    June 20th, 2007 at 11:26 am

    I can’t believe they booted Marty. His short was far superior to Kenny’s and for that matter nearly everyone else’s. He obviously got the boot because he copped an attitude when it came to defending his work. I can’t blame him, even though he might have went a little overboard, his film was much better than the others (excluding Andrew).

    I tend to disagree with everyone about the “Blood Born” short. I thought the lead actor was terrible and all of his lines were very forced. The concept and visual side of the film was fantastic, but the acting all around was terrible and I had a hard time looking past that.

    My pick for best last night was Glass Eye. Without a doubt the most entertaining and original of all last nights films. Zach Sunshine Girl was very well done as well, but knowing his other work both on and off the show, it wasn’t quite up to par.

    Either way, I’m just glad the show is still on the air! With the terrible start and horrible ratings I feared it would be canceled for sure, but it has so far dodged that bullet, yay!

    Soultrance
    http://www.dingorue.com/category/reality-tv/on-the-lot/

  5. molly Says:
    June 20th, 2007 at 4:42 pm

    Someone needs to put a muzzle on Adriana Costa, she is ruining this show! She is the worst reality show host ever!!! My favorite short film was Zach’s and the one that I didn’t like was Jessica’s!

  6. John Says:
    June 21st, 2007 at 2:06 pm

    Good ridance. It’s about time this bozo went home.

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