As ever, full text review on Geek.com
Here it is! Was it worth waiting almost six months of total production time for? That’s for you to judge.
Full text review on Geek.com
Note: The following originally appeared as a series of Tweets, regarding me trying to dial back on oversharing-while-infuriated.
Apparently, I’ve lost some follows by being politically angry on social media. If that’s news to you, congratulations – you don’t follow (or haven’t drawn the attention) of self-righteous trolls who collect angry-sounding sentences and spread them around out of context to rile others up against users whom they object to in some way.
My instinct on that is to be “whatever” about it, because A.) In the broader context of what I do, I honestly don’t consider my particular “angry” brand to be all that poisonous, and B.) I’m not sure how one is NOT supposed to be angry when the people you’re railing against are, increasingly, literal Nazis. Continue reading
So, this is more of an update that’s being posted ON Easter, rather than an update specifically having to do with Easter. Would’ve been posted on Saturday, but my day-to-day timeline is a little on the wonky side right now (see below) so… yeah. In any case, wanted to give an update on where things stand on a handful of projects: Continue reading
Just for fun, this time you get to hear (some) of our grappling with Skype drop-outs and the awkwardness of audio-syncing. It’s still not perfect, but it’s improved and I think I cracked the overall issue in the editing – at least in the sense that my overriding issue hasn’t been “how to do this” but rather “how to do this without adding another 6 hour editing project to my regular schedule.”
Enjoy, and please keep in mind that the bulk of these projects are only possible through your support of The MovieBob Patreon.