Forgive me for going a bit off topic here, but I am so in love with 'SuperHype Barrels blazing'...that is hilarious!But if you're going to come at a forum with both SuperHype Barrels blazing - you'd better have the goods.
I went to Pat Paulsen.I uploaded this from my phone, so there may be a quality problems.
Go straight to doc Poulson on YouTube. Cheers.
Dude - you just need to do better. Remember, you make a doco for an audience. If the audience doesn't like it...it ain't them.Great thanks for your feedback. It's easy to talk, when you don't do!
So what's your ratio of likes to dislikes?Look a little closer. Five people hardly constitute an audience. The is a great place. You have this opportunity to talk directly with people like me. I think that it's good for film makers and there audience. I do appreciate your feedback thanks. All the best.
Well if it is the same quality as the promo videos, then I don't think you are going to find much of an audience. Most of the complaints are more about the production quality than your comments, other than it not living up to the hype. For one the narration on the promo's is poor at best. I understand that you seem to be prone to hyperbole, it gets old quick. How many times in the short videos did you say things like "epic" and other annoying non descriptive phrases? The thought of sitting through 1 hour and 40 min of that brings to mind the scene in "A Clockwork Orange" where he is forced to watch TV as part of his "cure." Perhaps you should watch "Holdfast" not that it is even a good video.That's great, I hope you find your way.
My brother, this is not a YouTube video. I wanted to talk a bit with the public domain. This film is a feature documentary, at 1 hour in 40 minutes
Yes I should not have stuck my foot in my mouth granted. We would love to send you a copy on release. Or you can find us on Netflix, in April.
Cheers Dino R.Poulson
Which part are you referring to?Light in up, it's a joke! I'm making fun of it.