I'd agree it seems to be getting better. Looking forward to more of it. Very odd.|
Mr. Biffo's Found Footage • Page 2
That was pretty good, Tea Prancer and the poor Haribo robot being the highlights.
My position in the credits lies between b3ta's Rob Manuel and this man:
Episode two: here
AceGrace 3,269 posts
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In the ballad of Sir Clive is that Gabe Newell on guitar?
Nice, more songs this week which are probably my favourite bits. A bit more 80s and 90s children's TV pisstakes too, which are always good.
Those coordinates after Goujohn John's intestinal worms bit seem to map to the following:
38deg30'08"N by 104deg41'51"W - near Colorado Springs
55deg45'06"N by 37deg37'04"E - outside the Kremlin
39deg55'N by 116deg23'E - somewhere near Qianmen Square
51deg23'57"N by 00deg07'29"W - Westminster Palace
Edited by mal at 22:20:11 19-09-2017
Sir Clive, Sir Clive, Sinclair
Sir Clive, Sir Clive
Biffos face cracked me up on that bit.
Sir Clive, Sir Clive
Absorbing all your filth
Amazing. The songs have all been brilliant.
This week's episode is up:
The first blipverts are ufo sighting reports I think. Managed to freeze frame the second one out of the first segment, and that was a military report one, but I couldn't land on the first one to look at it properly. The next segment's piece looks like a sketch of a flying saucer, but I couldn't land on that either. No idea about the dates that precede otterlick cave.
Two weeks worth now:
The final is in a fortnight, so it's the penultimate ep next.
Manorak is tremendous!
It's the final arsedown!
Daryoon 5,912 posts
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The short film finale is like what would happen if you asked Reeves and Mortimer to write an episode of Doctor Who...
I wondered why the credits started about three minutes before the end of the video, but then I remembered that this was a kickstarted project, and for a change he didn't flash through the names at superspeed like he did on the other episodes.
I enjoyed one of the soliders turning on his gameboy before entering the fray.
This does kind of explain the previous videos, but only in a vague and unspecific kind of a way. Still, it is a fitting end to the series of daft sketches and silly songs, I reckon. And there's some impressing sfx in there for such a handmade kind of a web series.
So, Mr Biffo started the kickstarter for his new show yesterday, and it's already most of the way through its as yet announced stretch goals (although it should be mentioned those are mostly nonsense).
More info at the source: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1534877882/digitiser-the-show-proper-retro-gaming-tv
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