Discussion in 'Exploding Rabbit (General)' started by Jay, May 2, 2012.
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Blog post: Jay: Vampire Slayer
It feels good to finally start releasing my movies. It's pretty interesting watching this one 14 years later.
Yeah I thought I'd make a new version of the logo for all the old stuff. I love how I say "classics". Sounds so stupid and cheesy.
Jay: Vampire Slayer - The Bullying Tutorial
Jay, are you friends with any Belmont? Just a curiosity haha
Edit: Loved the Mortal Kombat bit
What about this (or those) guy(s) with you in the video, Jay? Still in touch with them?
Just a little. I'm supposed to meet up with Ryan next time I go home.
Maybe do a co-commentary with him on the next movie(If you do post the others...)?
it's always nice to know more about you, jay. on a side note it's interesting how you have the guts to show something so old and probably embarassing (to me it would be, i guess). i wouldn't have the courage.
I personally don't see anything embarassing there. They were kids and had fun. And today he's the guy behind SMBC and other (future) games. No need for unnecessary prejudgements.
I live in California and most of the people in my movies live in the midwest, so it's very unlikely.
after our conversation i dont see the need of your clarification (again), but whatever
i just said that (unlike Jay) some people (like me) get embarassed if they've seen themselves or shown to others in a picture or a movie that's a little old, their past etc
Foolish Fedora-pire you can't kill jay, hockey is his life not blood, and hockey is immortal!
DESTROY HIMOther kid: --(Challenge accepted.)
Best part of any action vampire killing movie I've ever seen. : 3
Now that's what you call cheesy acting.
Wait that's not the word?
Let's say it's REALLY amateur-ish. Like, really.
I just thought it was so great, you can totally tell he's all excited when he said that because he knew the fight scene was coming right after. Reminiscent of childhoods.
This is awesome. This is exactly what I did in middle school/high school. Every time I got together with friends we made movies just like this. We even did things like make Halloween props talk and kill expository characters after they gave information. That kind of creation at that age and with friends is just pure joy.
Oh, and I also found the "classics" intonation hilarious.
You know the "other kid" was me right? I was probably smiling because I thought the way he said it was awesome.
13-year-old Jay Pavlina, having some fun with his imagination and friends.
Someone should make a shoop of the Kid Dracula cart or something
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