January 16, 2008 :: The Writers Room

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January 16, 2008 :: The Writers Room

Postby James » 16 Jan 2008, 21:04

Podcast goodness is up and ready for your ears, and your hearts!
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Postby The Pious Flea » 16 Jan 2008, 21:13

I believed in you!

Wish the podcast wasn't put up when I've already overdue for sleep, but them's the breaks.
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Postby Allen! » 16 Jan 2008, 21:17

I knew you'd do it(eventually).
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Postby Quovak » 16 Jan 2008, 21:25

Are you aware Graham stated this was the January 2007 podcast?

I just started listening to this. I'll edit this post if I hear them point this out or if there's a challenge.
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Postby The Pious Flea » 16 Jan 2008, 21:25

To be honest, I'm shocked that you guys don't rehearse more. I always thought - well, assumed - that you did.

Since people seem to be responding very strongly in a positive way to your performances, I think you should rehearse more often. If you were that good without practice, perhaps you'll be even better with it.
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Postby Allen! » 16 Jan 2008, 21:36

My winamp plays on shuffle when I sleep, and sometimes it comes up to Tool's 'Cesaro Summability' which starts up with a waterdrop, and then a child crying.
Creeps me out, and happens more often than I should.

Matt you're a nerd.
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Postby Tensen01 » 16 Jan 2008, 21:46

Anyone know the name of the Cuban movie they were talking about?
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Postby tak197 » 16 Jan 2008, 22:22

Hooray I don't suck ass aaccording to Matt.
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Postby theduckthief » 16 Jan 2008, 22:31

Man, I was really looking forward to hear Andy talk about writing this video. Oh well.

"12 Angry Men" with Henry Fonda IS an awesome movie.
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Postby Frost » 16 Jan 2008, 22:32

you could just fill the rest of a cd with a bunch of warp
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Postby Cake » 16 Jan 2008, 23:15

Ash, I would feel rather feel your rack over Matt's.
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Postby AeroCmdr » 17 Jan 2008, 00:14

A hidden track of just babies crying and laughing with a nice echo? I have Graham singing The Elements Song, Still Alive sung by all, and Canada's National Anthem sung by Bill and a few others from Desert Bus on my Ipod.
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Postby Misty » 17 Jan 2008, 00:37

Did anyone else not realize that the podcast was updated because it has the same description as the last one? Damn you, James... be more creative! :P
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Postby What? » 17 Jan 2008, 00:39

Not a fan of Rachet & Clank, Matt?
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Postby AeroCmdr » 17 Jan 2008, 01:11

Tensen01 wrote:Anyone know the name of the Cuban movie they were talking about?
It's I am Cuba. Wikipedia says how they did the shots I believe.
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Postby theINC » 17 Jan 2008, 01:53

At 43 minutes, Morgan says "eh" unintentionally, in true Canadian style.

Updates later.

AeroCmdr wrote:A hidden track of just babies crying and laughing with a nice echo? I have Graham singing The Elements Song, Still Alive sung by all, and Canada's National Anthem sung by Bill and a few others from Desert Bus on my Ipod.

All the links for those songs in the desertbus threads (see for example: http://elmway.leftyfilms.com/staff/LRR% ... 0Alive.mp3) have 404'd. God damnit.
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Postby Master Gunner » 17 Jan 2008, 03:04

Listening now, before I head off to school.
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Postby Allen! » 17 Jan 2008, 05:49

What? wrote:Not a fan of Rachet & Clank, Matt?


Matt doesn't play games, remember. He collects them. Games that are 'good' or 'fun' have no draw for him.
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Postby The Pious Flea » 17 Jan 2008, 06:49

AeroCmdr wrote:A hidden track of just babies crying and laughing with a nice echo?


I think there was one on The Verve's CD album.
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Postby AeroCmdr » 17 Jan 2008, 12:19

theINC wrote:At 43 minutes, Morgan says "eh" unintentionally, in true Canadian style.

Updates later.

AeroCmdr wrote:A hidden track of just babies crying and laughing with a nice echo? I have Graham singing The Elements Song, Still Alive sung by all, and Canada's National Anthem sung by Bill and a few others from Desert Bus on my Ipod.

All the links for those songs in the desertbus threads (see for example: http://elmway.leftyfilms.com/staff/LRR% ... 0Alive.mp3) have 404'd. God damnit.
I only download Ballad of the Fanboy and I really want the rest.
I can't rehost them at the moment but it should be about a week if no one else does and I don't have Ballad of the Fanboy.
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Postby Tiger1313 » 17 Jan 2008, 12:49

Since you guys were talking about movies with very long takes in them. There is a Russian movie that takes place in a Museum that is about 90 minutes long and is one long take. The camera slows moves to various locations in the museum.

Not totally sure how they did it possibly it was done using digital cameras.
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Postby theINC » 17 Jan 2008, 13:35

AeroCmdr wrote:
theINC wrote:At 43 minutes, Morgan says "eh" unintentionally, in true Canadian style.

Updates later.

AeroCmdr wrote:A hidden track of just babies crying and laughing with a nice echo? I have Graham singing The Elements Song, Still Alive sung by all, and Canada's National Anthem sung by Bill and a few others from Desert Bus on my Ipod.

All the links for those songs in the desertbus threads (see for example: http://elmway.leftyfilms.com/staff/LRR% ... 0Alive.mp3) have 404'd. God damnit.
I only download Ballad of the Fanboy and I really want the rest.
I can't rehost them at the moment but it should be about a week if no one else does and I don't have Ballad of the Fanboy.


A small number of the songs are online on Kroze's server, my mistake.

http://elmway.leftyfilms.com/staff/
Look for MP3s, particularly "Song of the Fanboy"

Thanks in advance if you do reupload that Still Alive.
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Postby robothero » 17 Jan 2008, 15:22

I dunno, man. Rope was hilarious.
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Postby AeroCmdr » 17 Jan 2008, 15:47

theINC wrote:
AeroCmdr wrote:
theINC wrote:At 43 minutes, Morgan says "eh" unintentionally, in true Canadian style.

Updates later.

AeroCmdr wrote:A hidden track of just babies crying and laughing with a nice echo? I have Graham singing The Elements Song, Still Alive sung by all, and Canada's National Anthem sung by Bill and a few others from Desert Bus on my Ipod.

All the links for those songs in the desertbus threads (see for example: http://elmway.leftyfilms.com/staff/LRR% ... 0Alive.mp3) have 404'd. God damnit.
I only download Ballad of the Fanboy and I really want the rest.
I can't rehost them at the moment but it should be about a week if no one else does and I don't have Ballad of the Fanboy.
Thanks! I remember when that was sung but it will be about a week until I can access and upload the songs.

A small number of the songs are online on Kroze's server, my mistake.

http://elmway.leftyfilms.com/staff/
Look for MP3s, particularly "Song of the Fanboy"

Thanks in advance if you do reupload that Still Alive.
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Postby theduckthief » 17 Jan 2008, 19:15

Tiger1313 wrote:Since you guys were talking about movies with very long takes in them. There is a Russian movie that takes place in a Museum that is about 90 minutes long and is one long take. The camera slows moves to various locations in the museum.

Not totally sure how they did it possibly it was done using digital cameras.



I think that film's called "Russian Ark". It's a tour through the Hermitage Museum and you see figures from the past 200 years. An old roommate knows someone who worked on this movie. If you look carefully you can see outlets and other mistakes because of the one take format. It only took one day to shoot this movie because they had to shut down the Museum to do it.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0318034/
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