very funny goof ups and some even MORE hilarious goofing off. Everything from strange "noises" to a male Owl searching for a mate, and Riggor is calling him closer and closer to the set!!
The ultimate, final deciding factor for scrapping the beginner set? The roof caved in. It was a very old woodshed. The total size was something like 7 feet wide, and 10 feet long. Riggor's coffin fit along the long side, with barely enough room to sit a pedestal with a bubbling cauldron at the foot, and just enough room to put a lit tiki torch at the head (once, the tiki torch lid caught fire and melted the wall decoration)! Riggor and Nyte were at the mercy of the weather in this set. Too HOT in summer to film..... no A/C. When it rained, it flooded the whole room, and they had to wait till it dried out. When it was cold, they filmed with the aid of a portable heater. Riggor would break off any ceiling-growing icicles before the filming began. Snow was also a factor, because it blew in from the edge, and landed on the coffin and props.
Supposedly, a TV station was in the making (or so they thought), so Riggor and Nyte sculpted new walls and a doorway for the new station. Since it never happened, the set has been in storage. Walls were being erected and covered by the new design, which was inspired by the old one slightly. Some pilot episodes were filmed, which will never be seen now unfortunately. They cannot be uploaded as the usual episodes are, because they aren't PD (Public Domain).
It would be awesome if a TRUE Producer were to check out Riggor Mortiss and Nyte Angel, and their show, "Riggor Mortiss Presents", and decide that this family-friendly Frightmare show was worth investing in. Maybe even get some sponsors for the show...... Maybe Friday or Saturday nights could once again be GRUESOMELY entertaining!
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Riggor Mortiss and Nyte Angel say "Goodbye" to their old set
Remember the set that had the cool blue blocks and the straight-on view?
Well, Riggor and Nyte have bid the design "Adieu". Not because the look was unliked, but the plain, simple fact is this: It was a lean-to garden tractor shed. It was narrow. So narrow in fact, that the tripod that holds the video camera barely fits in front of the coffin. The roof was so low, that Riggor had actually bumped his noggin a few times upon rising from his "daybed". The blooper reel has some