Make Film Do Good is a production company based out of Philadelphia producing web content, short films, and commercials. The company is made up of Paul Ritchey, Nick Murphy, and Josh Henderson. They produce the web shows, 'Continue?' & Smart Guys, and have created content for Disney XD, Microsoft, Capcom, Android, Townsquare Media, and ZergNet.
Continue? is a weekly comedy web show where Nick, Paul, and Josh play a random old school video game for 30 minutes. There is one question they are trying to answer - do they stop playing or continue?
Think Mystery Science Theater 3000 with video games
Smart Guys is a sitcom written, produced, and starring Paul Ritchey, Nick Murphy, and Josh Henderson.
Smart Guys is a six-episode situation comedy about friendships, quarter-life crises, and video games. Paul, Nick, and Josh are our dimwitted, down on their luck heroes, who until now never had to face adulthood. To make matters worse, their ex-roommate Pete has become a diabolical businessman bent on dominating the video game industry along with destroying the guys' friendship.
Paul, Nick, and Josh figure the best way to show Pete they'll be fine without him is to beat him at his own game (because they're smart guys *WINK*). So the trio sets out to create the world's greatest video game, but the first of many obstacles in their way is they know nothing about making a video game.
Spooky Squad is a kids horror comedy pilot produced by Make Film Do Good, and funded by Disney XD and Maker Studios.
This pilot episode features the story of a kid who falls into a Bigfoot print and turns into a Sasquatch. Also featured: a training montage, a crying montage, and karate.
Spooky Squad showcases a variety of Philadelphia improv and sketch comedians, including Jacquie Baker (The Incredible Shrinking Matt & Jacquie), Corey Holland (Comedy Sports), Jolie Darrow (Barbara Bush), Brian Kelly (Secret Pants) and Ashlee Rose & Steve Swan (Dog Mountain). Philadelphia-based Chikara Pro Wrestling standouts, Icarus and Ophidian, also make appearances and provided stunt work.
This project was funded through Disney XD by Maker, an incubator program to find and develop talent in Disney’s network of web-based creators.
Here's some examples of some films that we've made.