Subterranea is one of the many contributors to this worldwide art project. The idea is to take George Romero's 1968 zombie classic, which fell into public domain many years ago, and redo the entire feature in animation. Artists from all over the world are contributing scenes. The result will be a hodgepodge of styles, a crazy quilt art project that is tied together by the original audio track from Night of the Living Dead.
Skeletal Remains acts as both a tribute to classic horror movies and as a music video for 1970s rock group Aviary. (It was Matt Guarnere, a friend of Aviary's Brad Love, who first suggested I try such a film.)
Someday I'd like to work some animation into Skeletal Remains, but I've had friends tell me the current live action cut plays pretty well. My approach was to borrow (steal) scenes from public domain movies like The House on Haunted Hill, The Last Man on Earth, and The Screaming Skull, then remix them to depict a fun little horror story. Now I get to brag that my film stars Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Barbara Steele, Glenn Strange, and Vincent Price!