I had to order a Donkey for my boss for an election night party. My days keep getting stranger.
See you guys on Monday! I have a super secret special suprise (a Sx4 if you will).
So my surprise I hinted at over the weekend is really for one person: my good friend Brian Carroll. Brian and I have been friends since high school and I don’t get to see him nearly as much as either of us wished. He made me an excellent video for my birthday (found here), so I attempted to one-up him for his birthday.
Each week I’ll be updating different skits/sketches/scenes from our short films and television series to look back and wax poetic on those high school days. He’ll also be getting DVDs each month, collecting our various films.
In non-Brian news, I saw Ghost Town which was a much sweeter movie than I thought it would be.
Ugh what a day. Extremely busy at work.
Went to this awesome event called Cartoon Dump last night. This guy collects old awful cartoons and presents them a la an old kid’s show. Frank Coniff (from MST3K) as Moodsy the Owl. Hilarious event, awesomely bad cartoons.
Happy Halloween all! What are you guys doing on this pagan holiday? Personally, Shannon and I will be viewing a presentation of Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog with my friend Jessie! With singing! Hooray!
There have been a few updates to the site that I’d like to point your attention to. First off, I have moved the cast list from the “about” section to a new page to keep things clean. New biographies, new characters added and it’s much cleaner overall.
Two, I have added more to the Eros Inc. “About the company” section (in the About section) that gives a little back story and some vernacular that should rear its ugly head soon. Two and a half, I added cool little headers in the “chapters” section.
Three, I have created an Eros Inc. Facebook group! Please feel free to join it! I would like to use it as a way to preview art and stuff, but it’s really just another way to connect to you, the reader! I will also add a link on the right hand side ASAP.
I’ll keep this brief, but I am so happy and proud of America today. Well done, nation.
Well lookie what we have here. A familiar face!
I don’t think I’ve posted any Year of a Million Carrolls videos on here, so I shall remedy that now.
Week 1: Dice Combat!!!
Week 2: Briderman
If I didn’t name the chapters after the “Le Coeur Solitaire” of each episode, I’d name this chapter “Drive-by Jewing.”
My parents are in town! They arrive tomorrow evening! I am seriously excited; I haven’t seen them since April (March?). See? I have no idea.
See youse guys on Monday.
For you new readers that have been gracing my pages lately – welcome! I hope you find your stay comfortable. We’ve passed the half-way point for this storyline and if today’s comic tickles your fancy, I’d recommend starting at the beginning of the chapter or the beginning of this comic series. You’ll probably have a better understanding of what’s up. You’ll thank me later.
It was a great weekend otherwise. My parents arrived Saturday night and much food has been eaten. We also caught Changeling, which was a devestating, fantastic film. Oscar contender fo’ sho’. We also hit up some great stores in Silverlake Junction and I’m this close to purchasing a button maker.
Cuz y’know. Why not?
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to experience a Yom Kippur service without attending? Well, we here at Eros Inc. are more than prepared to give you the latest in Judaic Technology. Above you will find our latest experiment which I fondly call “Sim-agogue.” Enjoy.
I can’t believe it’s only Wednesday! I don’t know about you guys, but the week is moving along at a snail’s pace on my end. I hope the rest of the week hurries up.
As some of you know, my birthday present for Cinematic Savant Brian Carroll is a celebration of all things B.C. and today is no different. Behold a video excavated from the archives of our past:
See you all on Friday!
Well the weekend is here. Hooray! I would like to say the above story is made up, but unfortunately that is not the case. They did this right before the main course, the deviants. It’s a long family tree, let me tell you.
I saw Repo! The Genetic Opera last night, which is supposed to be the next big cult film. It’s a horror musical, but it’s barely either. The movie was tame and lame. Nice try guys. I’ll be waiting for Repossession Mambo, which has almost the exact same plot but a better cast. I just hope it has better writers.
See you on Monday!