This week we interview actor, body builder, and stunt man, Rob Archer. Rob appears in LostGirl, Defiance, Christmas Horror Story, and many other film and television roles. Join us for this in depth industry interview.
Christmas Horror Story Trailer (check the movie out on Netflix):
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This week we start the Cthulu Wars painting odyssey that will likely take more than a year to complete. Here Denis gives an over of what is to come. Apologies for the breathing - trying out a new mic setup.
#Nanocon 2017 - 0:55
Core Set - 1:44
Library at Celaeno - 3:29
Opener of the Way - 4:30
Azathoth - 5:55
Windwalker - 6:35
Tcho-Tcho - 7:50
Sleeper - 8:45
Yuggoth Map - 9:35
Primal Earth Map - 11:48
Great Old One Pack 1 - 13:33
Great Old One Pack 2 - 14:00
Great Old One Pack 3 - 14:18
Great Old One Pack 4 - 14:33
Cosmic Terrors - 14:54
Dreamland Underworld Monster Pack - 16:14
Dreamlands Map - 16:28
Ramsey Campbell Horrors 1 - 16:48
Ramsey Campbell Horrors 2 - 17:08
Dreamland Underworld Monster Pack - 17:28
High Priests - 17:43
Gates, Glowy Old Ones, Misc - 17:53
Legacy of Kain History - 21:54
DF Retro: Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver - A Classic Revisited on PS1/PC/Dreamcast!
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Over the course of the past few weeks, a thought has crept into my mind.
(If I'm making any absolute statements you disagree with here, please note that this is an oversimplification to make a point - not my absolutist opinion that it must be this way and everyone else is wrong.)
It seems like all popular stories these days - be it in books, comics, TV, film, or video games, are all extremely similar in style. They are all about a hero's journey, and written to follow a three-act structure. I'm not saying there aren't other stories out there, but those rarely become as popular.
The reason for this seems to be that the public understanding of this style is wrong. People seem to think: in order for a story to be good, it has to be about the struggles of a hero. It has to have introduction, conflict, and closure. If any of this is missing, people will think "wait, where was the part of the story where XY happened? this isn't what I expected at all! this is such bad writing!"...
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