Zombie in a Penguin Suit….of course. This video is getting a ton of interesting feedback because it’s not your typical zombie film.
If you live in the Seattle/Tacoma area there’s a cool new improv comedy you must go see called “Where No Man Has Gone Before”. It’s a long form improv comedy parodying the original Star Trek series and it runs June 23-July 2 at Seattle’s Odd Duck Studio which is near the I-90 / I-5 interchange.
One of the actors is Cheryl, (pictured below in costume and w/an alien rock), she writes about some of the nuances of the show and the hidden Star Trek community at her blog.
You can also check out more details, pics at their Facebook page . They also have a challenge for us at FB that could get the alien girl in the show to dress in green paint and play the part of the Orion slave girl.
Get your tickets here, they’re only $12. I’ll see you there next week on the 24th!
The wait is over, "Blood Light" is back and better then before with longer episodes, the same comedic creativity, and a few new faces that will keep us all on the edge of our seats waiting to see what’s to come. After launching the first 5-episodes in September of 2010, "Blood Light" has gained great momentum and a loyal fan base in the short time it has been running.
"Blood Light" is centered on the premise that “This is NOT a show about vampires; it’s a show about people who happen to be vampires.” Two recently turned Vampires, Alex and Ethan, struggle with the realization that being a Vampire is not as ‘cool’ as it seems. Along with Connor, their human friend, who pretends to be a Vampire to get women to sleep with him, they soon realize that death sucks just as much as life.
Here’s episode 1 below, check out their site to watch the videos.
No introduction needed here! Watch the vid for fun times
Hulu plans to charge, expand to devices like Xbox, TV and more. Sounds like an audio version of Netflix now.
The question isn’t if or when they’ll do it. The more interesting question is will consumers pay?