Nov 13th 2009 1:18PM The film was a joit effort between Stone Falcon and Oblivious Films. And I should also note that the music wasn't selected, it was composed by Sedrin of Slashdance.
Sep 8th 2009 4:16PM To clear a couple things up, this isn't Episode 3 of the series. This is our entry to the Blizzcon contest and a "tribute" to their 3 minute time limit. With the type of movies we have historically done, 3 minutes doesn't allow for much in the way of story telling.
We are still working on Episode 3 of the Grind and will release it the moment it is done. It will be quite long and should be much better, at least we hope.
Aug 7th 2009 11:21AM ^ do not click that link. Has nothing to do with Snacky's Journal and is very likely a hacker.
Aug 7th 2009 11:20AM That link is a hoax and has nothing to do with the actual maker of Snacky's Journal. I'd go so far as to say the link on the page is likely tied to a hacker or virus as there is nothing on the page but a blank window's media player embed with no video tied to it and the title of the page is "loading" to try to entice people to click the link for a "faster download".
Nov 7th 2008 3:37PM I'm sad that there was no "Drewbie" mention or tag. I thought my cameo's meant more to people *cry*
Oct 6th 2008 2:18PM It was super tough to do. We started out by asking him. Then he did it.
Well, I guess it wasn't that tough after all.
Oct 6th 2008 12:10PM For the record, the films are made by Macheath, as he's the actual talent behind the making and writing of our movies. I'm just a lonely voice actor, and in most cases, PR guy for Oblivious Films.
If you could, please change the "he" in "he made this film" to "they" and we're golden.
Sep 8th 2008 11:24AM I'm hoping they pull their heads out of their rear ends and take a good look at the prizes they put together. 1st place in the dance contest gets $5000 in prizes, while 1st in costume gets a Frostmourne sword and a couple other things that are valued at less than the runner up prizes. And don't get me started on the crap prizes for the machinima contest, which is alot more complicated to put together a win than a dance contest.