Monday, May 29, 2017

STUDIO RELEASES SUMMER SPECIAL ISSUE OF THE QSE

Subscribers are buzzing news about the new issue of the Quantum Storm E-Magazine [QSE]that was released last Wednesday. The cover design says it all and there was absolutely too much information released for fans to grab at and take into consideration for being one of the most anticipated series within the SciFi format that was once the controlled universe of Gene Roddenberry's magnificent dream.

There are many subscribers and blog fans that have picked up on the recent "coincidental" similarities between MINOTAUR and the networks STAR TREK DISCOVERY [STD], both of which are planned for release later this year. The only difference between the show's seems to be the fact that a "New Order" Borg race will be introduced as "LEGION" in MINOTAUR and the questionable enemy of the Klingon Empire in STD. But other than those two differences, the shows are running neck-to-neck with several coincidences that are baffling fans, readers, and studio personnel at the same time. They are [1] The ever changing design of the lead ship, [2] heavy all female crews, [3] the introduction of another Vulcan first officer, [4] epic presentation of sets, and [5] similar uniform designs that have caught the entire studio in a fervor of utter shock that cannot be described into words.

Over the course of two weeks, studio CEO [D. R. Quintana] has been bombarded with emails and comments concerning the similarities that have been noted time and time again by both supporting Trekkies and the Trekkie troller's who continue to prescribe to the studio that MINOTAUR is a waste of time. However, the studio stands by the fact that the uniforms and ship's designs were settled on over four years ago and have nothing more to say about it. To prove his point, the shows producer/director released the ship's designs and a sneak view into the production of the series which is still an on going adventure for the cast and crew.

If you feel you are missing out on all of the excitement and news, you probably are. You can change that by being a subscriber to the hottest e-magazine in Texas. You must be a known Indie film director, producer, investor or actor to subscribe.

The studio e-magazine is dedicated to largely representing actors and entertainment news for the entire state of Texas, their opinions, and their attributes to Indie film projects which have been produced in the state of Texas, produced by Quantum Storm Pictures, or critiqued and reviewed by the studio. Each page of the studio e-mag has dazzling photos of your favorite Indie actor, actress, and model; with liner notes from each individual taken during video production.

To become a subscriber for 2017, just follow the advertisements presented at the offset of each studio release or simply click here to see more details about subscription terms. Issues are emailed to subscribers at the end of each month, a full week before the official release notice is posted on the studios blog. Subscribers also receive bonus materials, Posters, tickets to movie premieres, and [on occasion] signed photos of the actor, actress, or model on the cover!


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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

QSE GETS HUGE NUMBERS FROM TREKKIES

The studio reports that 2016 was definitely the BIGGEST year for the QSE as viewer/Internet surfer numbers reached well over 8 million guests. The most visited and requested issue of the QSE was the December issue featuring the new hybrid Legion/Borg drone on the cover. That one issue garnered requests from as far as Japan to Europe and is still being sought for reading by Trekkies all over the place.

Studio CEO [D. R. Quintana] said that much of the excitement in the issue is over the amount of full color "visual candy" that was released for fans to review; photos of the future shows uniforms, weapons, ship's bridge, and some action scenes were released for preview.

"With the recent news that a new SciFi series being released on network television, loosely based on Star Trek as a comedy, the online searches for information on MINOTAUR have increased dramatically" says Quintana. "This 'fan production project' labling is a thing of the past now and we feel that we're onto hitting a new idealism when it comes to producing what Roddenberry's universe could look like in the far-far future."
 
MINOTAUR is still planned as a 'web series only' based instrument by the studio, but Quintana reassures future fans that the whole idea about just being a 'fan production' feels to have been completely eliminated after news surfaced that the studio removed all acknowledgements to Star Trek and removed the title from the entire series, leaving many to speculate how the series will be presented without many of the well-liked and known details that keep many of the other fan productions in line with the Roddenberry universe.
 
However, the studio claims to have changed everything about the series to separate itself from the glut of fan film productions and series on the net, even up to changing the design of the lead ship, the USS ISCANDAR, to something never seen or thought of before.
"U.S. Naval history has proven that bigger and badder doesn't necessarily mean better" added Quintana. "We changed ships designs so often, even I got sick of trying to figure out something new to appease the cast & crew to preview and the future fans to fall in love with. I wanted something big and ugly, something with angles and large machinery that would prescribe to the plot of the series, not to delve into another 'accident' that brought the crew to this new journey. This series is an insight to the intended, dire attempts by a future Alliance set out to save their homeworlds from certain doom, but do it in a scientific way."

Very recently, the studio leaked information on the MINOTAUR Facebook page at the ships captain, RADM Escher, a medically modified-to-human-looking Andorian, has been casted with actress Stephanie Greenfield from San Antonio, Texas, which seemed to start a new buzz around Star Trek fandom asking about the actresses previous works in SciFi films.

In an attempt to quell Trekkie worries, the studio has planned to release more information concerning the recent addition to the cast by interviewing the actress on the summer edition of the QSE. A photoshoot with the actress was completed recently and some snap shots of the actress in uniform will also be released for preview. Greenfield is very excited about the new role and plans only to impress the future fans of the series.

And on a side note that might bring up negative speculation concerning the shows release date, Quintana stated that the series production format has changed a bit that fans could see something this winter.

Shelly B.
[Contributing Writer]  

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

STUDIO RELEASES "SENIOR PHOTOS" EDITION OF THE QSE!

It's that time again in Texas and families are spending between $60 and $1200 on Senior Photos; and we're not taking about the cap and gown shots, these are the prime pictures which parents look for when sending out invitations to Graduation Ceremonies. A lot of it is about bragging rights, but for many students, having the extra cash to pay for those so called "professional" photographers who know how to raise the price of photo sessions to keep only the paying returning each year.


Since 2010, the studio has produced a little over 149 senior pictures and charged NOTHING to those parents that wanted a professional touch to their child's senior picture, but without the hassle of paying big bucks for it. Instead, the studio opted for donations of canned food to resupply the local food banks to prepare needy families for Thanksgiving festivities each year. Some mothers who have sought out the studio for photos have received reduced prices and have challenged other photo studios to match the cost.

This year, four studio photographers volunteered their time for a good cause and many of the photo's that were captured proved to be glamorous, and at times, some of the best work seen in years. Photo styles have ranged from regular sports and Letterman portraits, to fantasy sports car shoots, to academic set up shots. The finished works provided a flair for the senior and sense of originality.  Most of the seniors posing for the camera put great thought in the set up of their photos and the reward for their efforts were seen by the parents right after the shoot; something unheard of by the parents who attended the event.


"We viewed each photo after the sessions and made selections for the shots we liked the best" said Casey Miller of Conroe, Texas. "And then they did the photo shop right there in front of us, removing blemishes and acne and giving us full access to our photos. It was a wonderful experience and I wished I had knew about these guys two years ago when I spend a little over nine hundred dollars on senior photos that I really wasn't happy about."

This issue of the QSE presents a little over forty female and male high school students from Conroe, Willis, Spring, The Woodlands, College Station, and Montgomery High Schools. The photos presented are proof positive of some great captures and splendid formats that gave an art to the Senior portraits, giving each one an original look and personal touch by the senior who helped develop his or her own taste in what they wanted for a senior photo.

If you feel you are missing out on all of the excitement and news, you probably are. You can change that by being a subscriber to the hottest e-magazine in Texas. You must be a known Indie film director, producer, investor or actor to subscribe.

The studio e-magazine is dedicated to largely representing actors and entertainment news for the entire state of Texas, their opinions, and their attributes to Indie film projects which have been produced in the state of Texas, produced by Quantum Storm Pictures, or critiqued and reviewed by the studio. Each page of the studio e-mag has dazzling photos of your favorite Indie actor, actress, and model; with liner notes from each individual taken during video production.

To become a subscriber for 2017, just follow the advertisements presented at the offset of each studio release or simply click here to see more details about subscription terms. Issues are emailed to subscribers at the end of each month, a full week before the official release notice is posted on the studios blog. Subscribers also receive bonus materials, Posters, tickets to movie premieres, and [on occasion] signed photos of the actor, actress, or model on the cover!


BE SURE TO ALSO CHECK OUT

THE MINOTAUR - BIONICA -
 MMA CrossFire 
BLOGS!