Creator: Dark Maze Studios

An independent production company created by Ed Glaser, Dark Maze Studios is notable for having low budgets, yet creating high quality products such as Press Start, Space Ninja, RoboGirl and Ed Glaser's own review series, Deja View. Dark Maze was an affiliate of That Guy with the Glasses until May 2014.

Originally founded as Mobled Queen Entertainment, a horror film production company, which changed its name to Dark Maze Studios after Amazon bought its distributor company Custom Flix in 2005 and started pre-production on Press Start.

The creator of Press Start, Ed Glaser spends most of his time behind the camera (except when doing introductions to each episode of his ten-part series Robogirl), but occasionally cameos in his and others' videos on TGWTG.com. He's also a fan of foreign schlock cinema, and was instrumental in bringing the infamous Rampage (better known as "Turkish Rambo") to DVD. Press Start Adventures, the animated sequel to Press Start is featured on his section of the site, and he recently started his own section of movie reviews, based in foreign remakes of American films, called Deja View. He reviews the movies in a MUCH less caustic manner than his fellow members of the TGWTG team, since he does actively enjoy the movies he reviews, and offers professional, almost encyclopedic insights into the merits of the movies, as well as how they compare to the American originals. He has collaborated with Brad Jones on a variety of projects, including the Ninja The Mission Force webseries and episodes of The Bruno Mattei Show.The company's official statement on the name change is: "It was time for a format change, for a number of reasons. First of all, nearly all of the Mobled Queen movies were short – generally less than an hour long. The shift to Dark Maze represents a shift in focus toward feature-length films. Additionally, with all the horror movies we had been doing, Mobled Queen had started to seem like just another low-budget horror studio, which was never really the plan. We love horror movies and have had a blast making them, but it was time to diversify. A little image shift seemed like a good way to start that process."

Their material can be found at Dark Maze Studios's website, Newgrounds and blip.tv.

In 2013, the studio changed its name to Neon Harbor.

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