Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Bonus Photos

Now that the FIREPROOF Special Collector’s Edition DVD has been out for a couple of weeks, you probably have had a chance to watch some of the bonus features. We would love to know which of those features have caught your fancy. Please let us know.

Not to be outdone, the FIREPROOF Blog is adding some bonus photos today! Here are some shots that were taken on the set in and around Albany, Georgia back in the autumn of 2007.
Firefighters Terrell Sanders (Eric Young) and Eric Harmon (Jason McLeod) prepare to enter the burning house

Just in the nick of time!

Preparing for the train scene

Eric Young, Ken Bevel, Stephen Dervan and Jason McLeod in the calm before the fire

16 comments:

Jessica said...

I'd have to say the Fun On The Set was my favorite! My family and I watched all the bonus stuff together, and almost all of the FOTS clips had us rolling on the floor. :-)

Amber said...

these are really great pictures

Bible Verses to Live By said...

We love your humor!!! Wayne on Wayne, you can do a whole Movie just on him alone.

Fireproof in 60 was unbelievable, that you took the time to forsee and put together those clips was amazing.

The whole bonus feature was wonderfully done. Poor Kirk...but it was wonderful to watch all those gags!

Thank you for your faith and faithfulness and not wanting to settle for second best...your testimony and zeal for the Lord is truly evident throughout this God-honoring film.

blessings,
Mrs. Scarpace

Beth Leynes said...

I like this movie alot. I'm single but i got really inspired after i saw it. Yes, this part of the movie is intense, great pictures, breathtaking scene. I wrote some gathered facts and learnings about this movie in my blog.

Joanna said...

Fireproof in 60 Seconds was my family's favorite. But you'll definitely need more than 60 seconds to watch it over and over and over!!! Too funny!

Natalie said...

Although it's so hard to choose, I'd have to say that the Bloopers, Jokes, and pranks were my favorite sections on the DVD. The Behind the Scenes sections were very thorough and informative. It is tremendously encouraging to see the message of the movie being practiced not just in the movie itself but behind the scenes as well.

Lindsay said...

I agree with Jessica, that I loved both the "firegoofs" and pranks on the set. it was so funny I had to right away go back and watch it again! my favorites were probably both times that Kirk got scared by the crew... just to see his reaction to that was priceless!!
not that i blame him, my younger brother used to do that to me pretty much every night when we were going to bed... ah, the memories :)

Sally said...

Hey we can't watch our movie. It's not formatted to play on our computer. Although the other 2 movies have been fine. We have windows 2000 professional. Anyone have any suggestions. (We tried it on a small windows XP computer and it did play, but it has a tiny screen and no speakers, so we don't wish to watch it as a family that way)
prairiefamily@yahoo.com

The Ignorant Fishermen said...

The cut sceens really added more depth to the story. Wayne on Wayne was funny and to come to think of it ..it's all good!

To God be the glory!
dave CT

Paul said...

Fireproof in 60! This should be standard on every DVD - it was just so darn funny!

~Tori~ said...

All of the bonus features were hilarious! We loved the 'Fireproof in 60 Seconds' and of course the Fun on the Set! We laughed pretty hard!

The humor in the movie is GREAT! Sooo funny!

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

I really enjoyed the feature where it was explained how the movie was made. :) It was really cool!!

Mellissa said...

This movie made such a impact on my life i cant begin to explain. It is as this movie is about me and my husbands lifes. Just two weeks ago we made discided to get a divorce (our daughter is only two years old) I phoned my father inlaw to tell him what was happening, i wanted him to hear about our divorce from me, he is a pastor and we have a good relationship. He refused to accept that we wanted out of our marriage without fighting for it. He booked a counseling sesion for us, christian bassed. We went and the people talked to us and we shared our feelings, hopes and dreams. The people kept telling us about God and what he want for us and our lives. The more they talked the more i wanted that live, i had a burning desire to know God. We started going to sell groups, and church. A friend borrowed me this dvd cause i shared some of my pain with her. And lucky for me she gave me this movie to watch. We watched it last night, i was crying most of the time because that is exactly what is happening in our lives. After this movie me and hubby talked about it and we want to follow God with everything inside of us, we want our marraige to work for all the right reasons. We are going on a camp this weekend called "Encounter at the cross". We cant wait to begin our new lives with God in it. I would like to thank God for what he has done for us and i want to thank the people who made this movie. You have saved our lives and gave us hope. Thank you very much

CarrieGrimm said...

I just want to say that I was 'touched' by this movie. It was wondeful. I thank God that movies like this are made and seen by many. Keep up the good work!

Flex Developer said...

This is an excellent movie. My kids loved it too. That says a lot. Please keep making moral movies. We don't have much other choice. Thanks

Pat said...

My husband and I saw Fireproof how awesome it is. Hits home in so many different ways. We want to take it into juvenile detention as we volunteer once per month on Sunday. We Have taken Facing your Gaints in and it is amazing the looks on the teens faces. Fly wheel will be going in next month. Please keep up the great films. God is working through you for sure. I do relate to Kirk when the crew scared him. My husband does that to me. And he does catch me off guard. God Bless all that read this.