(‘Tis the season, all right. The season for Secondhand SCIENCE. [To be fair, that’s every season.]
This week, the buzz is about Z-DNA. Is that how z-ebras get their stripes? Or Z-orro his skinny mustache? Z-oom on over and find out.)
Last week, I talked about a certain pumpkin log that became a costar of a short comedy film I’ve been working on. Or rather, three different pumpkin logs playing the same character in various scenes.
“We’ve got ten people in this movie, and somehow the pastry is the only one who gets stunt doubles.”
(We’ve got ten people in this movie, and somehow the pastry is the only one who gets stunt doubles.
On the other hand, the pastry is the only one who’s been in the main character’s mouth — as far as I know — so I guess fair is fair.)
Obviously, your interest is piqued now. As far as I know.
So, good news, then. It’ll be a few weeks before the film is edited and dubbed and letterboxed and blessed by a priest of Baal, or however the hell it is films get released — but right now, this very moment, you can dig in and learn more over at our fancy new Facebook page for: The Hit.
So far, we’ve got a few behind the scenes shots and production stills — including yes, one of the infamously delicious pumpkin roll. There’ll be more of that coming soon — much, much more pumpkin roll, I’m afraid — along with news, info and eventually the big official release.
Or a postcard from Armageddon, if that Baal priest gets too frisky.
Either way, stay tuned. As for me, it’s holiday travel time tomorrow, so I’m off to pack. It’s candy canes and Santasaurus sweaters for me next week.
And pumpkin logs, naturally. They’re not just for Hollywood close-ups any more.Permalink | No Comments