I’m not into politics on social media. I don’t post about politics, and I tend to block a lot of political sources, liberal and conservative, on Facebook. I am, however, an opportunist when it comes to comedy, and when I saw my politically active friend Claude D. Miles retweeting everything to do with the Bowling Green Massacre a few weeks back, I knew we had to make a movie.
The film below was put together in four weeks. It’s a collaboration between two third party supporters on opposite ends of the spectrum with a mutual disdain for corruption. It’s a reminder that we can find common ground with people who disagree with us, and – brace yourselves for this one – get along without having to agree on everything. It’s also getting lots of raves for being ridiculously funny – which was really the main point.
Please like and share so that no one will ever forget. Remember Bowling Green. Viva la France!
It’s five days until Halloween. Time to once again say, “Have you met my friend Clive?”
Here’s the story about Clive. Several years ago, I decided to make films with puppets, partly for the fun, but partly because it would allow me to shoot video late at night instead of taking time away on the weekends from my family. I was on eBay looking for some old Puppet Productions style puppets when I saw Clive.
Clive was built by Sonny Vegas, who has made some amazing puppet creations. I didn’t put a bid on Clive because the price was out of my range that day, but the idea of making movies with a zombie puppet stuck with me.
I already had a few short film ideas involving zombies, and over the course of a month or so, I dreamed up about half a dozen. I talked to a few special effects guys about mocking up one of my puppets like Clive, but after going back to the auction link (which had ended) and seeing Clive had not sold, I contacted Sonny.
Sonny was awesome. He said yes, Clive was still available, and he gave me a price. A deal was struck, and the rest is history.
Two of Clive’s seminal films are available to watch on the INC Channel on Roku. You can also view all of Clive’s films on YouTube by clicking here.