For a quick promotion of MirrorMask you might wanna join Videobomb and vote for the Sony clips that I posted on my list.
Only two bombs so far, but let's see if we can make it to the front page.
I would have clicked on your bomb but it wanted me to register first I got enought usernames and passwords to remember as it is. I won't register only to vote for something nor give my email or any other information.
I can fully understand this.
PS: Videobomb is kinda cool though, much like YouTube, but with their own RSS aggregator and multi format media player integrated that downloads all the goodies locally.
I never give out my good e-mail address either, I have an extra e-mail account for the sole purpose of signing up to boards and stuff.
It is now the early hours of Thursday the 9th of March and I think I can say with no fear of rebuttal that 'promoting' Mirrormask is a fruitless and ultimately pointless exercise.
'Why?' you ask!
Because Mirrormask was finally given a UK release in less than a dozen screens.
Whilst 'Big Mommas House 2' and 'Date Movie' are showing 5 or 6 times a day (Oh how we love to laugh at Americans in fat suits), Mirromask remains apparently untouched by every major Cinema chain in the country where it was made and where it's writer and director and cast and crew come from.
Might as well send Neil and Dave and Henson Jnr an eMail headed, 'Gallant effort guys, but don't bother, cause no-one here gives a toss!'
The paranoid are simply the people with all the facts.
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Yeah, the US had a small release as well, much to everyone's dissapointment. *shrug* If a person wants to see it on the big screen bad enough, they'll find a way.
"I know that people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones blah blah blah.... but THAT guy is paranoid!" -- Agent Fox Mulder
Alright. Let's open our own cinema.
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