Behold, a reedited version of the video that started it all for Blackcatloner: A review of the film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull that was released in 2008.
Apart from the fact that I actually reedited it into widescreen format and gave it a bit of resaturation, I didn’t really change much on the video. Unfortunately the sound quality is not the greatest because I was worried that if I tried to narrate over the video itself that my voice would not sync up with my lip movements and so I decided to leave it alone. If you have issue with this, keep one thing in mind that this was my first video and that it was done in 2008 and obviously I’ve gotten somewhat better since then. Plus I may do a re-review of the film sometime next year.
And also my use of the Indiana Jones theme music by John Williams is Fair Use because this is a movie review and I can’t really do a review of an Indiana Jones movie without it.
Having been married only a year and a half, I've recently come to the conclusion that marriage isn't for me.
Now before you start making assumptions, keep reading.
I met my wife in high school when we were 15 years old. We were friends for ten years until...until we decided no longer wanted to be just friends. :) I strongly recommend that best friends fall in love.
I shared this story the other day on Facebook. That it may not be what I expected at first and while I am still convinced that marriage isn't for me, I still thought this was a really good blog post and is well worth a read.
For Halloween, Blackcatloner decides to do a retrospective on his all-time favorite horror movie franchise and favorite horror movie villain: Jason Voorhees.
Even though I know that Halloween is over with, here is the other entry in the Halloween Month saga. This took a while to edit (naturally because it’s under an hour long) not to mention that my editing software kept stalling at various times so some of the editing will be a little off. And a side note, this is probably one video that I would not be able to upload to YouTube because it contains some music from the Friday the 13th movies including Alice Cooper’s theme song from Part 6: “The Man Behind the Mask.” However since the video is a retrospective (which is kind of like a review) it falls under fair use. And I have established that YouTube is a bit finicky when it comes to fair use and copyright issues which is why I’ve decided to upload to Blip.
And as far as the Morto vlog goes, we’ll have to wait until next year but in the meantime I hope you enjoyed the cameo appearances of the character in my two previous vlogs. He was actually a lot of fun to do.