'Meester Pigvig, 'e plenty good fella.'
Man, don’t do the thing where you claim that movie A is “unoriginal” because you can make it sound exactly like movie B with a carefully worded synopsis. With sufficiently perverse phrasing, I can make The Silence of the Lambs sound like Care Bears: A New Generation.
Well? I’m waiting.
"An ambitious young woman, desiring to overcome the skepticism of her peers and excel in her chosen field, seeks out the assistance of a man with a monstrous reputation. He demands quid pro quo in return for his help; though put off by his unsettling demeanour, she agrees. Her initial victories are short-lived, however, when it transpires that her new mentor is simply manipulating her in order to pursue revenge against an older authority figure who’s been watching over her. In the end, all possible allies having been taken out of the picture by a wild goose chase orchestrated by her ostensible benefactor, our heroine must confront a terrifying enemy in an underground lair where he imprisons the innocent for his own twisted amusement."
The artists over at Pictoplasma academy are producing some pretty amazing stuff.
Get your vids in now for the 2014 CON.TXT Vid Show!
The deadline for submitting premiering vids or for suggesting already premiered vids for the CON.TXT 2014 Vid Show is fast approaching. Please, if you plan on sending us anything between now and the end of the month, email firstname.lastname@example.org now to let us know to expect it! We will be putting together the final list of vids for our vid committee to consider next week, so tell us now if we should leave room for your vid!
Vid show, everyone!
It’s Shakespeare’s 450th birthday! Let’s celebrate! (Full post here - http://goodticklebrain.com/home/2014/4/23/happy-450th-birthday-shakespeare)