The original idea behind Victorian Cut-Out Theatre was spawned by my wife's fascination with British adaptaions of Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte novels, of which there are many. As you can imagine, I have no such fascination, although I see why they're so popular and if asked to ever perform in one I would most certainly jump at the chance.
Back in October of 2007, for my birthday, Rob gifted me "Rebel without a Crew" by Robert Rodriguez. I flew through the pages in no time, amazed by the story Mr. Rodriguez had. Inspired I set out to make a film of my own, with a cast and crew of just one- me. The Idea was to write, direct, shoot, star, and edit all by myself.
This review is the third to last review in my John Hughes series. What I'll review after that, I have no idea, but I hope you'll continue to check it out. This review was supposed to be posted this past Monday, but these past few weeks have been non stop action. Even now as I write this the machinations of fate still have me pinned between it's rusty cogs. My goal is not to get squished-AND still give you guys entertaining content.
The subject of this video has been a major topic of discussion amongst me and my associates for about the past six months. I didn't originally subscribe to the youtube philosophy, because I didn't want to be in league with "Those kinds of people". My main goal has always been to tell good stories, hone my skills and hopefully bring a little humor, thought and entertainment into the lives of my audience. If they enjoyed their stay in theatre of my mind, perhaps they would come again-and bring friends.