Hey, sweet, I guess the season of The Sarah Silverman Program that I did a bunch of special features for came out on DVD last week. And according to TV.com the DVD Features got an “A+” - awesome. I guess I’m gonna go out and buy it right now. I wish I got a free copy.
Features: Disc One: Odds ‘n Ends: 125 Slates; Steve & Sarah: Welcome to the Blog; Trailer. Special Features: Lazer Rage; Working With Gary Marshall; The New Friend Song; Finding New Friends; The show Gets High; The Osamas; Eggnog Brothers; Being a Mermaid; Trapped on an Escalator; Trapped in the Bathroom; Sarah’s Baby’s Birth; The Fake Words, and audio Commentaries [by various Cast, directors and/or Writers] On Every Episode. Disc Two: Three Webisodes and audio commentaries [by Various Cast, directors and Writers] On Every Episode.
Grade: The Sarah Silverman Program: Season 2, Volume 2 – B-
We are a collection of amateur filmmakers and video-making enthusiasts, recreating the Kevin Bacon classicand releasing it this summer. Different filmmakers from all overhave divided the original 1984 Footloose into 54 different scenes. 54 different filmmakers. 54 different Ren McCormack’s.
Built a blog/site for our crazy Footloose remake project. I don’t know if this is really an attack on Hollywood, but it’s fun to promote it that way. YOU’RE GOING DOWN, HOLLYWOOD FOOTLOOSE REMAKE!
Follow the Tumblr for important updates, like the one or two free screenings we’ll have in Los Angeles before we put this thing online.
“If there was a First Cause, was there a First Causer? Or did Big Bangs just happen to happen? Can we name the First Causer “God?” We can name it anything we want. I can name it after myself. It is utterly insignificant what it is called, because we would be giving a name to something that falls outside all categories of thought and must be unknowable and irrelevant to knowledge.”
I enjoy these guys. I wish they were friends of mine. I bet they like watching LOST and making fun of Matthew Fox’s acting style and pulling the cardboard divider out of three-kind popcorn tins just like me.
This is a cool thing. DC Pierson (Derrick Comedy, Mystery Team) wrote a novel, and I’ve been reading it. I also downloaded this EP of sorts from his blog — not really reading the description, just collecting MP3’s and adding them to a mix of new music. I was surprised and stoked when this song came on and I realized the collection of music is about the novel. The tunes inspired by the text, this song tracing the tone of the chapter I was just reading. A cool thing.