Sanchballs continued to grow over the years with many comedy shorts, some of which gaining very decent views on YouTube. More and more friends got involved and individual characters started to develop. Aarron Young, Daryl Veal and Dan Sanchez were to become the regulars of the episodes with cameo appearances from friends and fans. Dan went on to create his own award-winning media company specialising in music video production in 2009. This gave him the skill set to really polish videos and make everything slick and smooth.
This production quality started to transfer into the once crappy pocket camera filmed shorts in 2012. With the new found production values they decided to give weekly videos a shot. They began with a spoof version of the exteremly popular song "Gangnam Style" which they dubbed "Gangnam Style London". It consisted of Daryl acting as the singer, walking around popular parts of London in nothing but a suit jacket and yellow horse head thong. The video did very well gaining their highest amount of views to date and even attracted an interview from a Korean news station.
The run of weekly videos lasted for a couple of months, a total of 19 videos were filmed, edited and uploaded without breaks. The workload was slowly killing them and although fun, this will not be something they try again in the near future. The Sanchballs team have been writing a full 90 minute feature film recently. A horror/comedy called "DEATHRIDGE". The film follows the lives of two best mates down on their luck. They go on a road trip to hopefully bring them some wealth, but instead they meet some of the worst human beings you can imagine. This of course totally screws up their intended plans and a lot of people die. The movie is due to be filmed in early 2015 and released in summer 2016.
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