Dark Maze Studios

Dark Maze Studios Combines Ninjas, Dinosaurs, and Orson Welles in “Ninja the Mission Force”

Dark Maze Studios has just debuted its new ten-part comedy web series “Ninja the Mission Force” on the show’s website.

Dark Maze Studios Wins a Telly Award

The winners of the 32nd Annual Telly Awards have been announced, with Ed Glaser of Dark Maze Studios taking home a statuette for the online video series “Deja View”. With nearly 11,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, this year’s Telly Awards has been one of the most successful and competitive in the long history of the Telly Awards.

Dark Maze Prepares to Unleash

"Space Ninja," a new 10 x 3-minute animated web series produced by Dark Maze Studios, will premiere next year on the studio's website, www.darkmaze.com.

Videogame Parody Movie Press Start Released Today on DVD

Dark Maze Studios' new feature-length videogame parody movie Press Start is now available on DVD from www.PressStartMovie.com.

Volition, Inc. Sponsors Videogame Parody Movie Premiere

Press Start, the first full-length feature film from Dark Maze Studios, will premiere Oct. 3rd, 7:00 pm at The Virginia Theatre in Champaign, IL, the historic vaudeville-era theater which is also home to Roger Ebert’s Film Festival. The event is sponsored by Volition, Inc., the Champaign-based developer of such videogames as Saints Row, Red Faction, and The Punisher.

Castlevania Voice Actor Joins Cast of Press Start: Bonus Levels

Videogame voice actor Robert Belgrade, known to gamers as the voice of Alucard in Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, has lent his talents to the latest episode of videogame-spoofing web cartoon series "Press Start: Bonus Levels."

Press Start Movie Live Action Shorts Premiere Online

Sometimes a videogame villain needs to take a break from sorcery, evil, and world domination to make a few phone calls. At least, that’s the case with Count Nefarious Vile, the antagonist in Dark Maze Studios' upcoming videogame adventure comedy movie Press Start. Count Vile’s comedic phone adventures are portrayed in a new series of live action shorts called “Press Start: Dial V for Vile” on the film's website, www.PressStartMovie.com.