Video: What Does It Look Like To Make A Sci-Fi Short While Drunk? This!
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A drinking game exists for pretty much anything you can think of. Movies, TV shows, so on. There’s a way to make them even more entertaining by introducing a little bit of the Devil’s Nectar. But what if you made booze the primary ingredient in the actual production? What would that be like? Well, now we know.

A bunch of writers in Portland decided to get together, get blasted, and write. They promised each other that whatever they wrote, they’d turn into a short movie. The result was something heavily inspired by Star Wars, Star Trek, and Battlestar Galactica titled Star Drunk. And to take it a step further, they made all of their actors get wrecked before filming as well. Why not!

Continue below now to check out what they came up with, as well as a behind the scenes video showing just how fershnickered some of them were.

The final product was “sponsored” by New Deal Distillery, who provided all of the liquid personality enhancer they needed, which basically makes this the biggest (and best) “Drink Responsibly” ad of all time.


[Source: via io9]

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