In case you’re not one of the cool people that follows me on Facebook or Twitter (shame on you), “Epik Fails of History!” – The Web Series debuted this month!
As I mentioned in previous posts, this was a class project for Network Broadcasting, with Devon Seymour and Mel Buck. Considering we had a far more ambitious project than the rest of our class, I think we did a great job in the allotted time frame. Even though this was the most stressful and chaotic production I’ve EVER worked on, I still had a great time working on it and am very thankful to every person who had a hand in making it happen…
It’s really a miracle the project even came together when I think about everything that went wrong: there were A LOT of behind the scenes issues: missing props, scheduling issues, last minute script rewrites, editing problems, audio problems, etc – In fact, due to some unforeseen circumstances, I found myself scrambling to finish it by the deadline with the most frantic post-production imaginable. I even stayed up for over 48 hours editing and re-editing it just to finish it in time!
The point is though, it’s finished! At long last…
EPISODE II – The Rise and FAIL of ROME!
The history of Rome summed up by a group of sarcastic college students.
Episode includes: Dating Through the Ages – Featuring Cleopatra!
Hosted by Pompous Maximus, live from Pompeii, 79 CE…
Episode the Third – THE DARK AGES 101
The Dark Ages sucked, but especially for the smelly peasants!
The Epik Fails crew trudges through the manure-laden backwoods of Medieval Europe for an exclusive look at a few of the Terrible Tyrants from this era.
Episode features: Sir William White the “Science” Knight – presenting ‘Medical Miracles’ from the period.
Episode 4 – Meanwhile… in NORTH KOREA
An Epik Fails Special Report! – from deep within North Korea… (sorta)
Episode Features: Devon reporting from the DMZ and “Cookin’ with Kim!” hosted by Kim Jong-un himself.
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