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September 01, 2008

More Self-Promotion

Michael Blowhard writes:

Dear Blowhards --

Another enthusiastic and insightful review for the webseries that The Wife and I helped create has just appeared. No link, as I'm still being a little coy about my real identity, but here's a brief excerpt from it:

The humour is bold throughout. The blend of sci-fi and sex comedy come together in a way that seems designed for the exciting new medium of the web serial ... And the homage to stylistic genres of art movies is cleverly compiled and adds another level of enjoyment to the whole experience. [Webseries title here] is already becoming cult viewing that needs to be seen.

Campy, sexy, a little intense, funny, and seething with kooky ideas -- that's our webseries!

Let me know if you'd like a link to the series' website, where three of our six episodes are now viewable. And -- ahem -- if you're someone who's interested in getting involved as a producer / financier in the low-budget movie world, don't be shy about saying hello. Me and my posse have some dy-no-mite ideas that we're raring to put into production. My email address is michaelblowhard at that gmaily place.



posted by Michael at September 1, 2008


Let me put in a commentator plug for those on the fence about getting the link - :)

Posted by: jonathanjones02 on September 1, 2008 3:13 PM

Um, you realize that if that review is on the web, once the search engines pick it up, anyone will be able to find it by searching for a string of text?

There's no point in being "coy". There are no secrets these days.

Posted by: Dirk on September 2, 2008 1:39 PM

hey guys..check out this hilarious webseries I found the other day...its about this bum who
gets stuck in the nintendo game version of legend of far the funniest thing ive seen in
weeks.. it out!!!

Posted by: kaoticchick on September 7, 2008 8:12 AM

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