Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Happy Birthday, StylistBrighton.

Today is Jane's birthday, and Brian Nessel set up a birthday channel for the lovely lady. Billi and I both procrastinated (it's a trademark) and thus, had yet to make a video. I suggested we join forces and thus, Billi3ff Productions was born. Here is our first of many fepic masterpieces:

Three cheers for StylistBrighton. She's quite a lady (obviouslyyy..)

Monday, September 22, 2008

The Fetish Experiment.

In an effort to utilize the internet to my complete advantage, and to further psychoanalyze the people and patterns I've seen, I'm going to film a series of mock (yet authentic-looking) fetish films. They will not be sexual in nature, but will exploit the various more tame fetishes I've encountered across YouTube. Sneezing, Haircut, Foot Fetishes, things of that nature. The more mundane they seem, the better. And I will be searching across YouTube to find the most viewed video related to each fetish, and match the tags. (and monetize, of course.) It's to be an experiment that will not only shine some light on the psychology of fetishism (that sounds important), but hopefully earn me some money as well so I can purchase a Macbook (priorities!)

It's going to be an interesting experiment, and I may even invite others to have guest spots as the anonymous "artist" acting out each particular fetish. We'll see, we'll see. One video for starters, and then perhaps I'll have a better idea of how I will go about all this. Wish me luck.

Friday, September 12, 2008

There are days in a man's life..

..when he inspires something so fantastically sexual that he just has to look at himself in a mirror, point and say, "You. Are. Awesome, my friend." Today was one of those days. Proof positive, this video.. which was inspired by my very own "Ghetto Boy" video. Now how you gonna tell me life ain't good?

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Speaking of films..

I feel the cold season poking its head through the humid heatwaves of summer. This means, among other things, my seasonal hibernation and ignited passion for films and television on dvd. It's the time of year I will save money by not going out all the time, and spend it expanding my vast collection of cinema.

First on my list of films to purchase, the Sean Ellis directed Cashback. My interest piqued with the online viewing of a short teaser film some time ago, and I finally rented the full length a few months ago. It was many of the things I love about films; an insight into the human condition, the questions raised by doomed relationships and a waning work ethic, the power of the imagination, the art of daydreaming.

I am, admittedly, prone to losing myself in thought. I have reason to believe this is simply a matter of survival. People underestimate the damage day to day living can render to focused brain matter. Lost in thought trumps many, many things my friends. But that's not what this blog is about.

Cinema, film, art. Do comment with some things I should be watching this time around. I'll love you for it.