To appease those of you on Facebook who have endlessly tagged me with this meme, I present to you 25 random things about me. The facts are free, the snark will cost you… While I’ve spent nearly my entire life here and identify as a Colorado native, I was not actually born in Colorado. (Real […]
Author / Chris Lanphear
This time last year, I was (very) seriously considering not returning to dragon*con as a staffer. 2007 was a draining, hellish year for the ‘con and easily the one where I enjoyed myself the least. There were large, intense problems from minute one and the hits just kept coming. Everyone seemed to be strung out […]
I haven’t spent any time posting here about my time at Troma, but I plan to, all in due course. Until then, I want to share with you, my loyal readers (all two of you), a paragraph of a great review over on DVDTalk: If you don’t already appreciate Troma’s style, this one isn’t likely […]
So I replied to someone’s version of this, so I guess that means I’m on the hook to post mine as well. 🙂 COMMENT HERE AND I WILL: a) Tell you why I friended you. (no such thing as friending here) b) Associate you with something a fandom, song, color, photo, etc. c) Tell you […]
Gotta love internet memes. They’re the online version of being the kid on the playground who looks at what everyone else is doing, and says to himself, or out loud, “Me too!” This one comes from Jeff via Amy. Seriously, blame them. The idea here is that you get a random article from Wikipedia, that’s […]
My first attempt at editing video for dragon*conTV. I shot about half the footage for this spoof as well as did the post-editing. Fun fact! If you keen viewers out there recognize the background image that’s hiding the green screen, it may be because you saw it here.
This is, to date, my Tour de Force, if such a thing exists for spoof videos made by volunteers on a nonexistent budget for a convention on Labor Day weekend. My friends Brian and Patrick filmed a day’s worth of these great sports in Klingon garb dancing in a community center. They had no real […]