Friday, December 4, 2009


Sabrina Morby's newest film, "Vistor" tells the story of two girls who buy a new house and throw a party, when an unexpected visitor turns up and ruins everything! There's music, a party and dying people! Check it out on youtube! Click me!

And don't forget to watch Part II. :)


Friday, November 27, 2009

New Season Commences Filming!

Hey everyone! Sorry, its been forever and a day since Nameless Studios last had a post worthy of...well, posting! But I'll just tell you a couple thing that have been happening here lately!

First of all, today was the new Callihan and Kendall-written production, tentatively titled "The Fairy Tale Movie"'s first day of filming! The film features new additions to the Nameless lot in Skyler Knopp, Baron Simmons, and Joey Wells (among others) and old favorites like Sabrina Morby and Angel Lee. Considering there were difficulties with the boom mic (another new feature of this season), the day went smoothly, was fun, and overall was fantastic on the whole! Keep checking back for updates and hopefully some FOOTAGE! :D

Also, tomorrow, Sabrina Morby's new film "Visitor" will start its own production. Details on this film have mostly been kept under wraps by the director, but tomorrow will shall know much more and maybe if I feel like it, I'll blog again!

Anyway, keep checkin' back for new stuff! Thanks!

Amanda Callihan

Saturday, August 29, 2009


Today was the Nameless Studios Awards and let me say, what an exciting show! Each category was full of suspense. It was so wonderful for Spy Movie: The BIg One to win both Best Picture AND Best Director AND Best Screenplay, a very stellar combo, considering the MASSIVE work put into each of those components of the film. MAid of Horror was also very successful, congrats to Sabrina Morby's debut work! Anyway the entire awards ceremony was filled with fun, friends, food and of course great films. Congrats to everyone! :-)


Tuesday, August 18, 2009

The Time Draws Nearer (Update: 8/18/09)

Hey guys, Amanda here to keep you posted on what's going on here at Nameless Studios.

As I'm sure all of your are aware, this year's awards ceremony is coming up pretty soon, and the official date has been set for Saturday, August 29th. A lot of work goes into this, and nominee videos, formal invitations, and ballots are being created as I type.

Also, something new from last year - those who are not going to be able to attend the ceremony will still have the chance to vote, this time online. Thanks to my Aunt Mary, we've created a virtual ballot, and I'll let you know as soon as that's available for use.

Well. I guess that's basically all I have to say. I'll try to blog again soon! See ya at the cermony!

Thursday, June 25, 2009


Hellloooo to all our readers/followers/subscribers and overall FANS of Nameless Studios Production. I have some exciting news! THIS POST CONTAINS THE NOMINEES FOR THE 2008-2009 SEASON! WOOOOO! And here they are now:

"Looking for Love In All the Wrong Places"
"Maid of Horror"
"Psyche and Eros"
"The Spy Movie: The Big One!"
"The Story of a Haunting"

"Mi Cita Con Rita"
"My Super Sweet Quinceanera"
"The Open Door"
"Salted Lettuce"

Amanda Callihan for "The Spy Movie: The Big One!"
Amanda Callihan, Robert Fleitz, Sarah Kendall and Claire Morrison for "Salted Lettuce"
Leslie Robinson for "The Open Door"
Robert Fleitz for “The Story of a Haunting”
Sabrina Morby for “Maid of Horror”

Amanda Callihan for "Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places"
Amanda Callihan and Robert Fleitz for “Mi Cita Con Rita”
Angel Lee for "Claire Snitch's Project"
Robert Fleitz for “Salted Lettuce”
Robert Fleitz for “The Story of a Haunting”

"Mi Cita Con Rita" - Robert Fleitz
"The Open Door" - Leslie Robinson
“Psyche and Eros” – Sarah Kendall
"Salted Lettuce" - Amanda Callihan, Robert Fleitz, Sarah Kendall and Claire Morrison
“Spy Movie: The Big One!” – Amanda Callihan, Robert Fleitz, and Sarah Kendall

Angel Lee for "Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places"
Brooke Giles for "Psyche and Eros"
Claire Fleitz for "The Open Door"
Sabrina Morby for "Maid of Horror"
Teresa Fleitz for "The Story of a Haunting"

Derik Thomas for "Looking for Love In All the Wrong Places"
Garrett Williams for "Schumann"
James Maffett for "Psyche and Eros"
Robert Fleitz for "My Super Sweet Quinceanera"

Claire Morrison for "The Spy Movie: The Big One!"
Julia Sedloff for "The Spy Movie: The Big One!"
Maria Cuervo for “The Story of a Haunting”
Sabrina Morby for "Looking for Love In All the Wrong Places"
Sarah Kendall for “The Story of a Haunting”

Alvaro Ulloa for "The Spy Movie: The Big One!"
Lorenzo Sanchez for "The Story of a Haunting"
Patrick Fleitz for “The Story of a Haunting”
Robert Fleitz for “Looking for Love…”
Tyler Molony for "Maid of Horror"

Amanda Callihan for "My Super Sweet Quinceanera"
Myles Rodriguez for "The Spy Movie: The Big One!"
Patrick Fleitz for “The Spy Movie”
Robert Fleitz for “The Story of a Haunting”
Sabrina Morby for “Spy Movie!”
Tyler Moloney for “Maid of Horror”

Amanda Callihan and Emily Hurban for "The Spy Movie: The Big One!"
Amanda Callihan and Robert Fleitz for "Yuu"
Angel Lee and Derik Thomas for "The Story of a Haunting"
Brooke Giles and Bailey Hamic for “Maid of Horror”
Robert Fleitz and Rachel Hernandez for “Mi Cita con Rita”

Gottschalk: The Life and Times
Elton John's BFF
Por y Para

“One man, two women – ONE SMASH UP.”
“That’s not roxy…that’s….AGENT 23!"
“Yuu would like to play!”
“You’re not even Spanish!”
“The roast beast doesn’t like you either!”
“You probably shot ma boii!”
“Un otro muchacho? QUE OTRO MUCHACHO!?”
“I SMELL a fish.”
“We’re getting married!”
“If only there was a man, dear sister…”

"Mi Cita Con Rita" - Robert Fleitz
"Psyche and Eros" - Sarah Kendall
"Salted Lettuce" - Amanda Callihan, Sarah Kendall, Claire Morrison
"Schumann" - Garrett Williams
“The Spy Movie – The Big One!” – Amanda Callihan, Emily Hurban

"Ethan Frome: The Movie” – Amanda Callihan, Sarah Kendall for the idea of turning edith wharton's novella into a summertime blockbuster.
“Maid of Horror” – Sabrina Morby for the idea of a spiteful maid of honor ruining her true love's wedding.
“The Story of a Haunting” – Robert Fleitz for the idea of television documentary chronicling the journeys of one family and their haunted house.
“My Super Sweet Quinceanera”
“Yuu” - Robert Fleitz, Amanda Callihan an dSarah Kendall for the idea of a parody of the infamous Wii commercials

And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen! That's all of them, EXCEPT for Best Miscellaneous Video and Best Song, which will be release soon. Look forward to seeing you all at the awards in August.

~Amanda Callihan

Monday, June 22, 2009

Update: June 22, 2009

Hey readers.
So I thought I'd update you on the status of the movies.

Currently, "The Story of a Haunting" is in production - almost all of it is filmed, and most of it is edited. It should be finished and out on DVD by the end of this week.

"Spy Movie" is in the editing stage as we speak.

Since these two movies were the last of the season, the Nameless Studios Award nominees for 2009 should be announced pretty soon, by this week hopefully! The films from this season that are being considered are as follows:

  • Claire Snitch's Project
  • Ethan Frome the Trailer
  • Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places
  • Maid of Horror
  • Mi Cita Con Rita
  • My Super Sweet Quinceanera
  • The Open Door
  • Psyche and Eros
  • The Story of a Haunting
  • Salted Lettuce
  • Spy Movie: The Big One!
  • Yuu
Also for consideration are some Documentaries but I'm not going to list those. :P

A'ight everyone, don't get too excited now! :-)


Saturday, June 20, 2009

That's...AGENT 23!

Well now I'm here to share my experience with the recently completed "The Spy Movie: The Big One!"

Goodness, it's been a long two and a half years. I mean, I often regretted the day I brought up the idea to Amanda and I also often brought up the idea of terminating the project, but it's all over now and boy has it been worth it to carry through with it.

I mean, honestly - TSM made it through ridiculous revisions, heavy scheduling issues, and some other random conflicts to become what I believe is probably one of the best Nameless Studios films of all time.

And sure, when I came up with this idea and we started writing, we all had a separate vision in mind. And, I doubt that any of those visions are actually what the movie turned out to be. But on the other hand, what the movie will be is something totally different and new, and something great.

Plus, this film has been a learning experience for everyone. 

I can't wait to see the finished product - it's strange that for two long years this movie has been in production and it's over. No more "we need to film Spy Movie!". No more "so-and-so can't come, what do we do?". It's completely over now and it's time to move on to the next big nameless Studios projects.

It's been a fun two years and I'm ready to keep moving forward!

As for you Spy Movie, I'll see you at the Nameless Studios Awards. ;-)


And That's A Wrap!

Hello, everyone, its Amanda Callihan! Its my first post for the Nameless blog! Yeah! 

Anyway, just wanted to let you all know, that today was the end of filming/directing/acting for "The Spy Movie: The Big One!"  And finally! I thought this day would never come!  Not that the TSM, as we fondly call it here at the Studios, was a waste of my life or a bad experience or anything, because honestly, I think it was quite the opposite. Though it probably caused me the most prolonged stressful period of my existence, I feel that this has really changed the way we do movies.  

First of all, this thing had a massive screenplay from the very beginning, which Sarah Kendall, Robert Fleitz and I starting writing in the summer of 2007.  That being said, it also is THE MOST worked on and labored over project....of all time.  

But, once the film is released, and you see the fabulous acting, the amazing cinematography, and phenomenal special effects, I know you'll love it!

Now that its over though, its just like, "What do I do with myself now? I have nothing to complain about, or to storyboard, or to shot-number, or to film, or no actors to yell at while production's going on, or no one to call up and invite over...What do I DO with myself!?!?!?!"  And honestly..............that's a good filming. But its also a sad feeling. I hate it when things have to end.  :)  Tear....OH WELL!

Just wait till you see the film though. As that one guy in "My Super Sweet Quinceanera" said..."Its off the hooook." However, I cannot end this post without naming just a few of my special helpers.   
     -Robert Fleitz: Thanks for just always moving forward, especially when I'm so disfunctional and off somewhere working with costumes, and also for just being there to support me in this filming, and listening to my complaints and shouts.  :)  Not to mention that this whole film was your idea!  
     -Sarah Kendall: Girl, thank you ever so much for being on MY side when we were all talking about terminating this film when production got slow.  Also, it was you who took our storyline and made it bigger and better than we could have imagined it.  Your acting's amazing, and thank your Mom also.  
     -Emily Hurban: Emily!  Thank you so much for coming to the boring filming shoots and just hangin' out and being in this movie.  You have the funniest parts, and when this movie's done, we'll sit together and laugh at it all.  Before this movie, I really didn't see you a lot, except in filming the original "Spy Movie" and such, but I really think that because of this one, we've be brought closer together as friends.  I luv ya, girl!  :D
     -Julia Sedloff: I must say, you took over the role of "Isabella" like it was nothing, and even though Emily Hurban's shoes are hard to fill, you definitely brought something to the role that just made this movie! Thanks for being in it with us, Julia.
     -Ga and Gramps: How many days did I say, "Oh, hey...can the student body of Harrison come over on Saturday?" or "Hey...can you drive us to...." or "Hey, there's gonna be 8 people for lunch, can we have pizza?" Well.  Now, I just want to say, "Hey, thanks for allowing all those people to come to our house and film.  This movie's awesome, largely in part because of you." I LOVE YOU!  :) [virtual hug]

Catcha ya'll later! 

Friday, June 19, 2009

Nameless Studios Has a Blog!?

So hello readers!
It is I, Robert Fleitz, one of the many contributors to the Nameless Studios Blog. I thought i'd start off the postings by introducing kind of what we're going for here.

the Nameless Studios Blog is basically just another step in Nameless Studios's quest for total internet domination. We've got a Wikispace, a Twitter, a Facebook Group, a Youtube account, and now this. All we need is a podcast...which isn't totally out of the question. ;-)

Anyway, the point of this blog is to share with you readers not only news about the movies, but our own personal experiences making them - be these experiences funny, sad, or just frustrating.

So please enjoy and keep watching the movies! :P