Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Sneak peek

Sometimes I get really excited about things. So much so that I like to share things that are still in the infancy stages and then when nothing happens I take it to heart. I was once told that I should never promote anything that isn't already done, and yet there Hollywood is full of movies that never see the light of day (or even the green light of production).

I bring this up because I have been talking about getting a new webmaster for some time and still nothing new to show for it yet...Well, at least this guy here has his own website and has signed on to redesign (and finally re-launch) my mfc-studios site. Take a look and tell me what you think.

Also, I have been informed that later this year, one of my characters (who also happens to be my unofficial mascot) will have her own trading card! Whoo Hoo! More info on that as it becomes available.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

still pressing on.

As alot of you know, or should after this post, my current "day job" is working at a movie theatre. Recently I got a promotion, but the down side is that I seem to have alot less time to devote to the company and the radio show.

When times are at their worst is when one should focus the most into their dreams, as opposed to the other way around. Yet here I am only making sure we have a decent show to do each week (which, with the right mixture of people isnt that difficult) and not much more than that.

But I still can't just up and quit, and as long as I am able to keep doing it, the show (at very least) must go on!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

The simplest most difficult game you will ever play

I mentioned runescape in a previous post, now this is all about "Deadly Danger Dungeon" Created by James Rolfe (The angry video game nerd). Here is the game, and This is the corresponding video (lots o' cursing).

All you have to do it roll the dice and get the guy out of the place...as of this post I am on my 303rd try.....

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

The Real Nightmare

I wish I could really say more than this, but the new "Nightmare on Elm Street" really doesn't do anything, nor go anywhere. I didn't like it nor dislike it, it just laid there.

The best comparison I can give to this movie to the original one is that this is like looking at a newer, more sleek looking copy yet there was something missing....I guess Robert Englund is so associated with the role of Freddy, he can't be replaced.