“I met Tom Cruise once, when I interviewed him for something or another. You know how you think you know what “charisma” means? You don’t, until you are in his presence. He just FILLS a room. It’s crazy. He looks right in your eyes, he laughs at your jokes, he makes you think “Wait, am I FRIENDS with TOM CRUISE?” And then he is gone in a puff of smoke, to dazzle a new room.”—
Video startup Blip has spent the last several years helping independent creators to distribute and monetize their videos across the web. But like YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and others, it sees a great opportunity to produce some original content of its own. With that in mind, it’s introducing Blip Studios, a production banner that will launch with three exclusive distribution deals.
Cat’s out of the bag… we’re very excited and proud to announce our newest adventure: Blip Studios!
Annie: Ugh, I hate the game [dumb game name]. Tom: I don’t know what that is. Annie: It’s an icebreaker. Tom: Ugh, gross. You know what’s a good icebreaker game? Annie: No, what? Tom: It’s called, “Drink the Beer”.
The makers of the creepy, quirky webseries “Malice” are appealing for funds to finish their project. I’ve enjoyed what I’ve seen so far of the series. It’s ambitious and fun and its creators seem to have a good handle on how to break up a story into bite-sized pieces. I hope it might be a model for things to come, where small and smart independent film-makers can offer an alternative to a steady diet of big-budget entertainment from the studios.
But they can’t do that without help. So check out “Malice” on Blip and if you like it, throw them a dollar or two. The mad bunny will thank you.
We’re huge fans of Malice and we’d love to see it come back for a second season too. We have so many unanswered questions from the first season! Help bring it back by visiting their Kickstarter page.