Friday, May 15, 2009

Stills From Completed Hard Cops '09!!!

Right out of the Webster Dictionary... This edition has yet to be published due to funding issues.

"You need to believe in the Hard Cops"

"Attention... The Communists are coming!"

"Time for some justice"

"Hot pursuit"

"They believed... they believed!"

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Hard Cops Behind the Scenes


Sunday, November 16, 2008

Newspaper Article

Here is our feature in the McDonald County Newspaper:

Monday, October 27, 2008


Filming is complete. There was question as to how smoothly the weekend would go. On his way to Anderson, Sean received a phone call with news of the nuclear warhead being stolen. That night, many of the crew members stepped in to help our Technical Designer build a new warhead in a matter of hours.

Many thanks to Mr. Fuqua for loosing sleep and blood over this.

Saturday was perfect weather. After a race to find the smoke bombs, we began the day getting shots of the cop care chasing after the warhead.

Not too long after this, we had the road blocked with a school bus, a police car, a dairy truck, a pickup truck and a bucket truck. Some said it looked like a crime scene.

Residents from a nearby house pulled out their lawn chairs to relax and enjoy the spectacle.

All in all, it went well. Our young actors did a fine job. We especially appreciate their patience and that of their parents. Bud cook, who played the homeless man in “Platinum", was supposed to be a biker. He ended up doing some spectacular acting as the bus driver. He also helped out a lot by directing traffic.

Later that day, we filmed the communists and their nuclear warhead.

On Sunday, the cast and crew headed down to an old school building in Sulphur Springs, Arkansas. Once the potato and onion props were secured, filming began.

Our schedule shifted due to some complications and everyone in the kitchen had to have the meal ready an hour ahead of time. Thanks to God, the cooks, and our actor’s parents who pitched in, everything worked out great.

Old school house filming was finished by about 5:30. The cast and crew drove back up to Anderson to get more communist scene shots.

Some crew members traveled back to St. Louis that night while others stayed for more filming Monday morning.

This movie is a class project. Since it is a class project, it has to be produced according to the class’ schedule. This means that Hard Cops will probably be finished in a bout six months. However, we’ll keep you updated on here about the film’s progress.


Saturday, October 11, 2008


Welcome to the Hard Cops Production Blog!

Here we will be posting photos and stories of our journey. Later we will give you a link to the Official Hunt Production Studios Blog so you can stay up to date with our projects.
First off, I want to thank all the people who have played a part in helping us on the road to fulfilling our vision of bringing high-quality, wholesome entertainment to the forefront of filmmaking. By no means have we reached that yet, but don’t despise small beginnings! HP Studios has come a long way since *Fault* and "Johny Longgrass". We couldn’t have done it without you.

Ever since he finished the first Hard Cops movie with his best friend, Paul Sammons, in 2004 (see video below) Sean has been wanting to make a sequel. So, this year, we’re bringing back the comedic duo of Lt. Hunt and Lt. Sammons for one last exciting adventure. Using high definition film, new ideas Sean came up with while in St. Louis, and enthusiasm from our actors and crew, we plan to achieve new heights with Sean’s 31st film.

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Hard Cops Video