Even a good message can be told poorly. Try and tell an important message with ear-bleeding calliope “music”, clunky forced rhyming and animation that makes “Deputy Dawg” look like “Akira”, and you’ve got a disaster even before people get to the horrific world you’re setting up. There’s more creeps on the streets in this short than in “Hobo With A Shotgun”.
So just because “The Cautious Twins” has good advice at its core… really, what the hell, short?
We’re looking to launch a Patreon campaign, to help get things solvent and hopefully help us increase our release schedule.
For those who might not know what Patreon is, it’s one of those newfangled ways to contribute to projects you enjoy, only this time it’s tied directly to the recipient’s output. It’s like an internet tip jar; you set up a per-thing amount and a monthly max total, and when the content provider puts out something, it’s automatically plunked down! You don’t pay if the provider doesn’t provide.
The big question is… what kind of rewards should we offer? Contributing via Patreon gets you stuff not accessible to others, so what sounds good to you? Exclusive rifflets? Puppet-building tutorials? Hand-burned DVD specials? Google/Skype hangouts? Seriously, we’re open to any suggestions and ideas.
Reblog with your ideas or kick us an ask. We could use the help.
Sunny Jim and Starch face the return of the Mysterious Malefactor!
After months of slacking, the Malefactor is back and he has a disturbing marionette-filled short all about the joys and miseries of telephone operation for the Rangoons. He’s out to make up for lost time but an even more powerful force has its claws in his would-be victims: Starbound!*
Take a trip to the distant past, when telephones had dials, busy signals and sufficient mass to fell a mature bison with a single blow in… Adventure in Telezonia!
*This video also doubles as a review of the Starbound Beta.
In this episode of Under the Table Trent and Greg share their thoughts on Muppets Most Wanted, the trailers that came beforehand and Kermit’s stitching.
Travel back with us when giant killer fish didn’t need a tornado to get to their prey.
Starchibald and Sunny Jim bite into the Asylum classic: Mega Piranha! An 80′s pop star, a sentient slab of porkroast, genetic engineering and a horde of angry CGI fish collide in an adventure that bends time and space!