We make movies.
Greg and I just made a spur-of-the-moment short film: Don’t Set Yourself on Fire! (It’s a sequel to Don’t Poke Yourself in the Eye, which, due to festival eligibility considerations, will premiere here in September).
This will be up on Exploding Shorts soon, but for now, Enjoy!
Sweetness! Greg, nice ADR
Greg with piercings, eh? And shorter hair…though I guess I haven’t seen him in over a year.
Hahaha… “Well, all right…”
I don’t know, I believe this new movie is lacking some of the originality of its predecessor, and it’s too bad you couldn’t get Christopher Walken back for this one. Also, I believe the transfer away from film was an idea that really hurt you in the second inning. Overall, you need to up up your defense, and always be twirling, twirling, TWIRLING!
Also, I’ve finished editing the Desk Sitter scenes which I’ve decided to call “The Desk Sitter: An Incomplete History of Belrin”, if you’d like to put that up on Exploding Shorts too. Besides, I’d like to learn how to do that so I can maybe post some movies I make in college on there.
Anyhoo, I’ve written a good deal here. Who wants to read some Dickens?
Vynnnny, you’ve crushed my soul. CRUSHED IT!
I HATE CHARLES DICKENS MORE THAN I HATE LIFE ITSELF!
I’m sorry Greg, I thought you were good, but just not Christopher Walken Material.
Anyhoo: It was the best of times, it eas the worst of times. It was the summer of jollity, and the winter of shame. I would always remember those times, because those were the times where I killed him.
It all began when I just got my sword sharpened, and I had to figure out how to use it. I saw Old man Scrooge walking down the street, so I killed him. It was the best Christmas ever.
-From an early draft of “A Christmas Carol”, by Charles Dickens.
Hey everyone, I’m in Snta Fe for film school now.
Hey everyone, I’m in Mnneapolis for film school now. Nyah nyah nyah.
Yy! I like not using the letter “”
t lk nt sng “” wthn rglr spch.
Yeah…. I am handsome.
10 years ago
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