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Old April 13 2013, 04:38 PM   #16
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Re: Good or Interesting Web Shows

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We spent some time talking to him at the San Francisco convention, and I told him how much I loved Fresh Hell. He told us a little bit about making it, which sounded a lot like a bunch of friends with a video camera (very shoestring budget).

He was genuinely appreciative and said that he fully intends to make more.
I wish I could have told him how great the series is. I was also wondering who paid for it. The sets are elaborate and the effects are pretty good (I'm especially thinking of the subway station).

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He was talking about a Kickstarter campaign, but seemed very reluctant to go that route. It sounded like he was thinking more of a YouTube channel.
I wouldn't want to see it get too big. A lot of projects that go that route tend to lose what made them good.

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Anyway, "Patrick Stewart has the stinkiest nuts in Hollywood!"
A missed Riker opportunity there.
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